Our CSR contribution

Active in over 20 countries, Eramet is taking action to protect the world around it. But our ambition reaches beyond this: we want to have a positive impact on local populations and local areas.


Mining and metallurgy activity has a direct impact on biodiversity. Given this situation, the first conservation actions were launched on the Group's sites in the 1970s. The topic is now one of Eramet's CSR priorities.


Eramet has decided to ensure its efforts are aligned with and promote international commitments set up by the United Nations: the Global Compact and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).


Eramet Group's 2019 CSR report including the presentation of the Group, the non-financial performance statement and the vigilance Plan.

Non-financial ratings

Eramet Group's non financial ratings

Communities & Territories

Since 2014, GCO, Eramet subsidiary in Senegal, has been operating a mineral sands mining concession. This major project was managed in close collaboration with the local communities thanks to GCO's numerous field agents and local representatives, who are intimately familiar with the local social landscape.

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Heading to 2023

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To crystallize our ambitions, we implemented a societal commitment agenda that is structured around three core components, bringing together a total of 13 specific objectives to achieve by 2023.

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Setting up an extensive collaboration at every stage of our projects is a key factor in their success.

CSR Contacts

  • Marie-Axelle Gautier
    Marie-Axelle Gautier

    Director of Societal Impact and Human Rights

  • Samuel Dufay
    Samuel Dufay

    Director of Environment and ESG Performance

CSR News

  • Eramet and Électricité de Strasbourg (ÉS) announce the success of the first pilot test to extract lithium from geothermal brine in Alsace, France

    May 11, 2021 - pdf, 273.67 KB

  • Eramet: 2020 Universal Registration Document

    Apr 14, 2021 - pdf, 14.1 MB