As part of its community engagement process, Rex Minerals has developed a Community Engagement Plan (CEP) for the Hillside Project. Engagement with the community occurs throughout the life of the Project from developing approvals documents such as the Program for Environment Protection and Rehabilitation (PEPR), through to construction, operation and mine closure.
The Company will update the CEP from time to time and a copy can be found here.
Purpose of the Group
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Dept. of State Development (formerly DMITRE), Rex Minerals Ltd, Local Government (Yorke Peninsula Council), Regional Development Australia (Yorke and Mid North), Local Progress Associations (Pine Point, Ardrossan, Black Point, James Well/Rogues Point), Farmer groups (Ag Bureaux of South Kilkerran and Petersville), YP Landowners Group, Local Traders, Narungga Nations Aboriginal Corporation & YP Tourism Committee.
Thank you to everyone who responded to the 'rainwater tank testing expressions of interest' form that was posted out to surrounding property owners in March 2015. The details about the testing program, such as when it will be undertaken and how the results will be provided back to the property owners, are yet to be confirmed.
Rex is required to undertake rainwater tank testing prior to operations commencing at Hillside to ensure that the water quality is documented before mining starts. The rainwater tank testing program will not be undertaken until it is known when the Hillside mine will be developed. Further opportunities to register interest will be provided. This rainwater tank testing program will be repeated throughout the life of the mine.
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Community Engagement Policy Statement
Rex Minerals Ltd (Rex) has a commitment to provide communities, including indigenous communities, where we operate with sustained benefits as a result of our activities.
This commitment involves;
Our community engagement policy is based on understanding and respecting the communities in which we operate. In achieving our policy commitment we;
Rex will be guided by the principle that all exploration and potential mining activities will only be undertaken after consultation with the local community and the State Government and on the basis that it is the best net beneficial use of the land.
Rex complies with statutory requirements and accepted industry standards and has developed standards and procedures to fulfil its Community Engagement Policy commitments.
Standards and procedures undertaken by Rex representatives include those which guide our engagement with landholders, support and build community capacity and contribute to sustained regional benefit. Rex adopts these standards and procedures to ensure we engage with and support the communities in which we operate. Our Environmental and Sustainability Policy complements our Community Engagement Policy.
Rex Environmental Policy
Rex regards environmental care as an integral part of its business and is committed to excellence in the management of environmental matters. Rex values the environment and strives to minimise environmental impacts associated with its activities at every stage of the exploration and mining process; from planning through exploration, development, mining, production and mine closure. We acknowledge Rex’s reputation and performance in environmental matters is important to its ongoing success. Our environmental policy also endeavours to deliver benefit to all stakeholders, including shareholders, employees, nearby residents, landowners including traditional owners, the broader community, as well as to the environment in which we operate. Rex’s commitment to high environmental standards is achieved by ensuring:
Achieving our environmental policy resides with all employees sharing responsibility for its implementation.