The Doe Run Company has received the Grand Award for Publication Excellence from The Business Communications Report for its “Leading Change” sustainability report. Doe Run’s winning report was selected among nearly 3,400 entries submitted for this year’s competition.
Based on Doe Run’s commitment to sustainability, the report applies the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting framework, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G3 Guidelines, as the basis for content.
The 2010 GRI report, published last year, highlights how US-based Doe Run, as the largest integrated lead producer in the western world, delivers against its environmental, social and economic responsibilities.
The report showcases Doe Run’s environmental efforts and improvements, workforce education, safety initiatives and community support.
GRI’s framework is designed to help organizations measure, benchmark and report environmental, economic and social performance, with the goal of encouraging transparent and balanced disclosure of information.
“Doe Run recognizes its impact on stakeholders and the communities in which we operate,” said Jerry Pyatt, chief executive officer at Doe Run. “One way Doe Run holds itself accountable is through self-reporting and sharing our efforts to operate sustainably.
“We strive to maintain ongoing communications with stakeholders both inside and outside the company – and this report is an important part of that process.”
The company’s report, won the award in the small office category and the APEX judges commented: “This impressive report offers a very appealing layout, with superb infographics that clearly demonstrate a very complex manufacturing process. Copy is not overlooked, with an interesting, crisply written and thorough presentation of the company's sustainability work.”
Doe Run is currently developing its third GRI report. Each of Doe Run’s GRI reports is available for viewing online.
Three remote islands off the west coast of Scotland are relying for their power on lead-acid battery technology.
The Hebridean Isles of Eigg and Rum … Continue Reading
Electrochemist Dr David Rand, a lifelong researcher into lead-acid battery technology and an invaluable member of the ILA organising team for the European Lead Battery … Continue Reading
ILA member Teck Resources Limited, has been recognised as one of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations for 2013.
Launched in 2005 by … Continue Reading
Global demand for refined lead metal continues to show impressive growth according to industry forecasts.
Figures from the International Lead Zinc Study Group (ILZSG) confirm that … Continue Reading
Two important publications on mining’s contribution to sustainable development have been published by the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM).
The role of mining in … Continue Reading
The latest innovations and advances in lead-acid battery technology impressed delegates at the sell-out 13th European Lead Battery Conference, in Paris, last week.
Among the conference … Continue Reading
The Lead Sheet Association (LSA), an ILA Associate Member, has produced a short film promoting the benefits of using lead sheet in building projects.
A facility, using lead carbon UltraBattery technology, providing three megawatts of power to homes in eastern USA has been launched. ILA member East Penn Manufacturing Co., … Continue Reading
The Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium has reported on new research by Lux which predicts that micro-hybrid engine technology will grow nearly eight-fold to 39 … Continue Reading
Global lead use exceeded 10 million tonnes for the first time ever in 2011, according to the International Lead and Zinc Study Group (ILZSG).
The ILZSG, … Continue Reading
London’s Heathrow Airport has recently unveiled its new driverless, electric pods used to ferry passengers between the Terminal 5 business car park and the main … Continue Reading