Since the discovery of the vast alluvial REE deposits at its Charley Creek Project, Crossland's principal focus has switched to the exploration for and development of Rare Earth Element deposits. Uranium is a commodity that the company will continue to pursue.
Crossland is committed to minimising the environmental risks of its operations.
- Comply with all applicable legal requirements and applicable industry Codes of Practice in relation to the environmental aspects of its activities
- Meet the legal requirements and applicable industry Codes of Practice in relation to radiation including implementation of a radiation management plan
- Strive for continual improvement in its management of the environmental aspects of its operations by setting specific goals and objectives, and conducting annual reviews of nominated targets
- Train employees and contractors in Crossland's management plans and make them aware of environmental goals and objectives
- Conduct activities in a manner that safeguards the health and safety of people
- Communicate this policy to employees and interested parties
- Conduct risk assessments for activities on a site-specific basis to manage all environmental impacts
- Prevent pollution through strict adherence to set practices and procedures
- Openly and constructively engage with Traditional Owners, landholders and communities surrounding the sites of Crossland's activities
- Respect all heritage, sacred and archaeological sites
- Respect the interests of pastoral and other landholders
- Where possible, adopt practices to reduce climate change impact
- Strive to minimise waste in all aspects of operations through reduction, reuse and recycling
- Be mindful of the need to minimise and mitigate impacts to the landscape and biodiversity from all Crossland's activities
- Rehabilitate land affected by Crossland's activities to standards that are internationally accepted practice for the site purpose
This environmental policy is applicable to all of Crossland's Australian operations.