ERAMET strives to protect natural balances sustainable by managing its activities’ environmental impacts and risks. The Group places the greatest importance on characterising and conserving biodiversity and on applying the “mitigation sequence” process. This consists of avoiding, reducing, restoring and offsetting those impacts. Restoration, which includes revegetation, is carried out progressively on mining sites or at end-of-life on industrial sites. Its aim is to make the site safe, reintegrate it into its landscape, combat erosion and conserve biodiversity.
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With its expertise in nickel ore, SLN, an ERAMET subsidiary has contributed, to designing an anti-free surface effect ship. Called the Jules Garnier II, this innovative ore carrier makes the shipping of nickel between SLN's mining centers and its metallurgical plant safer, making ERAMET the first company in the world to have developed and to use a ship of this kind, which is in strict accordance with the regulations of the International Maritime Organization.
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