Conflict Minerals Declaration

Conflict Minerals Declaration

At Plastpro, we strive to bring you the best products every step of the way. As part of that goal, we pay close attention to the materials we provide. Plastpro is committed to being a responsible corporate citizen and is opposed to human rights abuses. We aim to source products, components, and materials from companies that share our values, in regards to human rights, ethics, and environmental responsibility.

Plastpro requests information from our material suppliers on an annual basis. Under the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission’s Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Plastpro asks these suppliers to disclose the sourcing of materials that would fall under the conflict minerals rule. Plastpro’s conflict minerals policy specifically requires suppliers to perform due diligence and maintain polices that are designed to prevent conflict minerals originating from the DRC (Democratic Republic of the Congo).

Please see our Conflict Minerals Report below. To learn more about these standards, see where Plastpro built our report here: http://www.responsiblemineralsinitiative.org/reporting-templates/cmrt/