Supporting Company through membership of ICMM
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About Teck Resources Limited

Teck is a diversified resource company committed to responsible mining and mineral development with business units focused on copper, steelmaking coal, zinc and energy, and is also a significant producer of specialty metals such as germanium and indium.

Engagement with the EITI

Teck's engagement with the EITI at the corporate level primarily occurs through their membership with the ICMM. The company providies information as requested. In particular, Teck has provided data through Compañía Minera Antamina S.A.’s participation in the EITI process for the Antamina mine in Peru. https://www.antamina.com/en/reporte/sustainability-report-2016/

Beyond that, Teck outlines their approach and support for transparency around payments to government in their annual Economic Contribution Report.

Financial contribution to international management of the EITI

Teck is a member of ICMM. ICMM makes a contribution to the international EITI on behalf of all of its members.

Other relevant information

Teck discloses its approach to tax and discloses payments to governments on a country by country basis.

http://www.teck.com/responsibility/sustainability-report/material-topics/business-ethics/

http://www.teck.com/responsibility/sustainability-report/material-topics/economic-performance-and-contributions/

Contact

Carmen Turner Leader, Sustainability, MSc, Leadership in Sustainability

Stakeholder Statement: 

Teck is a member of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) and we voluntarily provide information on our tax payments in our principal operating countries on a country-by-country basis in our sustainability report. In addition to our sustainability report,  we report on our payments to governments under the Canadian Extractive Sector Transparency Measures (ESTMA) Act, available on our Public Filings Archive webpage. Our annual Economic Contribution Report, provides additional detailed information on our economic contribution including taxes paid, wages and benefits, suppliers spend and community investment, and compliments our report under ESTMA. We believe that being transparent in our payments to governments can help communities to understand the economic benefits generated by mining activity and how this is distributed to governments for local, regional, and national economic and social development.