EcoMag is committed to high standards of environmental and social corporate citizenship.
Contributing to economic development, employment and education in the areas in which it operates. EcoMag has proposed the establishment of a Karratha Eco Hub Innovation and Industry Precinct to attract complementary technology-based industries to the area. The precinct would produce high value‐add products, to help diversify and transform the Pilbara region’s economy, decreasing its reliance on iron ore production, and improving economic performance and resilience.
Respect for traditional owners. EcoMag believes in the vision of a united Australia that respects the land, values local heritage, and provides equity and justice for all. The company acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands in which the company operates, in particular the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi peoples of the Pilbara, and is committed to a shared, whole-of-organisation approach to active engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Promoting workplace safety, diversity and gender equality. As EcoMag grows and develops, it plans to establish reporting procedures for a range of Environmental and Social Governance metrics, increasing the number of metrics it reports on each year.