Quality & Sourcing
“Quality is never an accident. It is the result of intelligent effort.”
- John Ruskin.
Gold mining has a long history of environmental destruction and labour abuse. Metal mines are often among the most environmentally harmful because they require digging up mountains, spilling chemicals on topsoil that won’t recover for centuries after an operation is finished (even with rehabilitation), despoiling streams by washing away alluvial sediments downstream from your facility
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It’s not surprising then why there have been calls across Africa and around our globe asking people not to buy gold anymore but instead invest in other assets or endeavors; however, this would mean lost revenue if you sold off stocks, right? So, there must be some kind of way we can reduce demand while contributing positively towards sustainable practices…
Gold mining often leaves behind a disastrous legacy. Dirty gold mines have been responsible for civil wars, labor abuses, and environmental destruction in the past- ruining the livelihoods of millions while simultaneously damaging our planet’s natural resources as well! We use recycled metals to help lessen these impacts by reducing demand on newly mined metal assets while supporting programs dedicated to improving practices worldwide rather than just locally or regionally.
The fight against environmental destruction is a moral one. It’s our responsibility to protect the Earth for generations born today. However, to secure that future, we need sustainable practices beyond what companies can achieve singularly - like recycling dirty gold mining into usable metal alloys. Hence, you never have an excuse if your rings stop being shiny or wear out faster than expected!