International Council on Metals and the Environment (ICME)
Conseil international des métaux et de l'environnement
Consejo Internacional de Metales y Medio Ambiente
Internationale Rat für Metalle und Umwelt
Kinzoku to Kankyo Kokusai Hyogikai
1991-03-08 Montréal QC Canada
8 Mar 1991, Montréal (Canada), following meeting, 1990, London (UK), and subsequent meeting of a representative working party. Registered in accordance with Canadian law. Activities taken over by B-XD8509 - International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM).
Promote sustainable development policies and practices by firms engaged in the mining and production of primary metals which will ensure the safe production, use, recycling and disposal of metals, and continued to these ends; develop criteria for responsible sustainable development policies and practices.
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Board of Directors, comprising representatives (chief executive officer or senior level management) of each member company. Executive Committee, consisting of 5 corporate representatives plus Secretary-General. Officers: Secretary-General, Chairman, Past Chairman, 2 Vice-Chairmen. Standing Committees (4): Environmental Stewardship; Metal Stewardship; Health and Environmental Science; Public Policy. Secretariat.
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