Terrafame’s Sustainability Review published 26.6.2020 13:26

Terrafame’s Sustainability Review was published today on the company’s website at www.terrafame.com > Terrafame Ltd > Reporting.

The Sustainability Review is a collection of key sustainability events from 2019. The review also includes up-to-date information on the loading on water bodies and the state of nearby waters from spring 2020. The Sustainability Review includes Terrafame’s Sustainability Programme for 2020–2024.

“Our Sustainability Programme consists of themes that are important to both Terrafame and Terrafame’s stakeholders, as well as related objectives and measures. Some Sustainability Programme themes relate to the history of the industrial site, while others look to the future. Terrafame’s objective is to produce battery chemicals for the needs of electric transport in a responsible manner and with the smallest carbon footprint possible. This objective is also reflected in the Sustainability Programme. The progress of the Sustainability Programme will be monitored annually, and new themes will be introduced along the way,” says Veli-Matti Hilla, Chief Sustainability Officer at Terrafame.

 

Further information:

Sustainability Review 2019

Veli-Matti Hilla, Chief Sustainability Officer, Terrafame Ltd, tel. +358 20 7130 800 (switchboard), veli-matti.hilla(at)terrafame.fi

 

 

Terrafame Ltd is a Finnish multi-metal company founded in 2015. Its mine and production plants are located in Sotkamo, Finland. The company's bioleaching-based production process is unique and it has a much lower carbon footprint than conventional nickel production technologies. Terrafame is currently constructing one of the world’s largest battery chemicals production lines, which will move the company ahead in the metal refinery chain from a manufacturer of semi-finished metal products to a producer of battery chemicals used in manufacture of electric vehicle batteries. In 2019, Terrafame’s net sales amounted to EUR 310 million, and the company's industrial site employed approximately 1,500 people, of which around half were employees of its partner companies. www.terrafame.com