In early 2021, Sherritt committed to a long-term target of achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 and several interim targets.
Reported an overall decrease of 12% in Scope 1 GHG emissions compared to 2019 emissions, mainly due to a 24% decrease in emissions at OGP.
Reported a decrease of 92% in non-hazardous waste at OGP compared to 2019, and a 41% reduction at the Fort Site. Consequently, Sherritt achieved an overall reduction of 48% in non-hazardous waste compared to the previous year.
Developed a climate plan that includes risk and opportunity assessments, adaptation measures, measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and opportunities for innovation.
The Fort Site’s operating licence was renewed for a 10-year period by Alberta Environment and Parks.
All the joint venture tailings management facilities (TMFs) underwent annual evaluations performed by a third-party Engineer of Record and reviews by the Independent Tailings Review Board. No significant tailings-related environmental incidents were recorded.
At the Moa Nickel Site, we are committed to reclamation of areas disturbed by our mining activities, as well as the rehabilitation of a nearby park reserve that was previously impacted.Learn More
Engineering innovative solutions for the Energas Joint Venture while cleaning up ocean debris.Learn More