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Tell Your Tech Company: “Make Your Products Fully Conflict-Free with Minerals from Congo”

In January 2014, Intel became the first and only company to offer a fully conflict-free product containing clean minerals from Congo. Now is the time for other companies to do the same. Take action now by sending a message to some of the world’s leading companies, asking them to join Intel and become conflict-free and source from Congo.

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We need your help to get electronics and other companies to make fully conflict-free products and to source clean minerals from Congo. As a consumer, you can influence industry leaders as they make two critical decisions: whether or not to go the full 9 yards and make a verifiably conflict-free product like Intel did in early 2014, and whether or not to source conflict-free minerals from Congo. If they take those steps, they will help change the business environment in eastern Congo away from a war economy and toward a legitimate minerals trade that can improve conditions for Congolese communities. Your voice matters in helping them make the right choice.

Fill out the form below to send an email to the world’s largest electronics and other companies: Questions? Email us at conflictminerals@enoughproject.org

Your message will be sent to representatives from the following companies: HP, Philips, SanDisk, AMD, Blackberry, Acer, Dell, Apple, Microsoft, Motorola Mobility (Google), Nokia (Microsoft), Panasonic, IBM, LG, Samsung, Sony, Toshiba, Lenovo, Canon, Nikon, Sharp, HTC, Nintendo, GE, Home Depot, Lowes, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and Northrop Grumman.


September 03, 2014

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