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Toro believes that a sustainable global future is based on economic growth that is shared across society, and remains committed to the principles of sustainable development.
MCA SD Code Enduring Value
Toro believes strongly that relationships with local and regional communities, Traditional Owners, non-Government organisations, and all levels of government are key to successfully creating a new uranium industry in Western Australia that can bring economic benefits to our community in a sustainable way.
Toro’s approach to working with local communities is to be inclusive and transparent. It includes community forums, site visits, Parliamentary briefings, consultation with Traditional Owners and consultation with local government, police and health authorities. Our community engagement at Wiluna has established a strong foundation for Toro to partner with our community in working towards mutually beneficial outcomes.
Indigenous Relations Policy
Toro works with local Aboriginal people to identify and protect cultural heritage sites and values. This includes heritage surveys and cultural mapping of an area, involving senior Aboriginal people to physically examining the ground planned to be disturbed and determining the important Aboriginal sites and places, whether physical or spiritual.
In order to protect Aboriginal cultural heritage sites and places at Wiluna site, Toro has drafted a Cultural Heritage Management Plan (CHMP) which is embedded in our proposed mining agreement with those who can speak for country.
Toro strives to support the principles of environmental management including minimising potential impacts on the environment, and is committed to the sustainable and responsible development of Western Australia’s newest industry, uranium mining. In doing so, we believe that we can contribute to the ongoing development of low carbon, efficient and reliable baseload nuclear power which is critical to a clean energy future for the world.