Atlantic Tin commits to ITA’s Tin Code

The International Tin Association is pleased to announce Atlantic Tin has committed to adopt the Tin Code sustainability standard. This decision underscores Atlantic Tin’s dedication to responsible and sustainable tin production, reflecting its ongoing efforts to...

Leading the tin industry towards a sustainable future

Over a month ago, I stood in Penang, Malaysia, addressing our global tin conference. Our bi-annual event brings together key players in the sector to reconnect, share experiences, and collaborate on solutions to support a sustainable and resilient tin industry.    I...

YTC visits ITA during LME Week

A delegation from Yunnan Tin Corporation (YTC), led by Han Shouli, Vice President and General Manager of Yunnan Tin Group (Holding) Company Limited, visited the ITA headquarters in St Albans, London in October. The visit was an opportunity to enhance the relationship...

ITA publishes new Lifecycle Assessment of Tin Production

As part of its members’ commitment to sustainable development, The International Tin Association (ITA) is pleased to publish results from a new Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) quantifying the environmental impacts of the production of refined tin. This study is the first...

COVID-19 Emergency Funding Call for responsible supply chains

The OECD, RMI, leading industry actors and civil society organisations have issued emergency calls to action to fund essential on-the-ground initiatives during this period of COVID disruption. The calls recognise the need to secure valuable progress on responsible...

New ITA-RMI Tin Assessment Criteria Training

The International Tin Association (ITA) and the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) share a common objective to encourage and promote responsible production, trade, and sourcing within the tin value chain. As part of this goal we are hosting virtual training...

ITA in LINE-UP for “THE RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS SUMMIT EUROPE 2020”

The world’s leading event shaping the future of responsible business announces Kay Nimmo, Head of Sustainability, ITA in its line-up of speakers for the “THE RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS SUMMIT EUROPE 2020”. The event, which takes place in London from 26-28 May 2020, is the...

New ITRI report: Tin for tomorrow

Materials such as tin are increasingly assessed by consumers, investors and legislators on the three aspects of sustainability – economic growth, contribution to society, and protection of the environment. Recognising the importance of these factors in a modern...