WWR’S ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP INCLUDES RECLAMATION AND RESTORATION OF FORMERLY MINED AREAS.
As part of our continuing sustainable development efforts, Westwater has provided post-secondary study scholarships to members of the Juan Tafoya and Cebolleta land grant communities in New Mexico. As an example, we have had recipients in the Juan Tafoya community in specialties as diverse as Veterinary Medicine, Mining Engineering, Nursing, Pharmacology, Criminal Justice and Business Management, to name a few. We provide educational assistance to our team members as well.
For more information, please refer to our latest quarterly filings elsewhere in this website.
Our Core Values are based on Continuous Improvement in:
- Of each other
- Of our environment
- Of the communities where we work
- Of our assets
- Of our reputation
- Cost Management
- Effective and efficient use of our shareholders’ assets
- Focus on first quartile cost performance
- Reliability and Integrity
- Highest level of performance every day
- Improving our processes
- Conservative promises well kept
The Company works to be a good corporate citizen and to safeguard our employees, operations, neighbors and local communities where our employees and stakeholders live and work in the United States. Integral to and in support of this value system, we have adopted the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) reporting system for our Environmental, Sustainability and Governance efforts (ESG). As our business grows, you will find updates to these disclosures.
You can read our ISO 14001 Environmental Policy Statement using this link. ISO 14001 is an environmental management system we use to support, among other things, our ESG efforts.
Westwater Resources, Inc. (WWR), is an explorer and developer of US-based mineral resources essential to clean energy production.
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