Living our core values allows us to build strong relationships with the communities that host us, governmental jurisdictions, and stakeholders making us a partner of choice.


Trevali's values of teamwork, respect, performance and care are core to our business. An additional component to these values is sustainability. We know that operational excellence goes beyond providing a return on investment. Sustainability considers our employees, the communities that host us, the impact on climate and the environment, respecting fundamental human rights, cultures, customs, and values.  

Trevali is committed to socially responsible mining, working safely, ethically, and with integrity. Integrating responsible practices into our management systems, standards, and decision-making processes is essential to ensuring everyone and every community's long-term sustainability.

Trevali's annual sustainability reports provide readers with a comprehensive insight into our sustainability progress.

Sustainability Reporting

Trevali's annual sustainability reports are our public commitment to transparency in reporting our sustainability performance.  These reports provide an overview of our programs, initiatives, and disclosure on climate change, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) topics.

We continually seek to identify ESG risks and opportunities most significant to our business, integrating them into our strategic framework and capital allocation decisions.

Environmental & Social Policy

Mining impacts the environment and to minimize the impacts We conduct our business in an environmentally responsible manner. We recognize sustainable development is critical, and we have incorporated safety, social, community, environmental and economic considerations into our business decision-making, which drives our focus at all of our operations.

Trevali's Group Management System (GMS) attests to the principles of ISO Environmental Management System Standard ISO 14001:2015; and also, our Rosh Pinah Operation is certified to ISO 14001.

Health & Safety Policy

Trevali’s Health and Safety Management Framework is attested to the principles of ISO Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems Standard ISO 45001 in addition, our Rosh Pinah Operation is certified to ISO 45001.  We apply Canada’s MAC standards Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) to assess and measure our performance, and ensure everyone working at our sites has the knowledge, skills and equipment to work safely, and that our leaders empower their teams actively encouraging them to speak up when they have concerns.

Through the implementation, management and maintenance of our GMS system employees, contractors, sub-contractors and visitors are also committed to a proactive risk management culture comprising of personal responsibility, accountability and teamwork.  We consistently work to deliver on continued reduction in recordable injury frequency, as a result of the guidelines and measures implemented across all operations.

Human Rights Policy

Respect for human rights in our business, the communities in which we operate, and our value chain are critical to our long-term success. Trevali recognizes it operates in locations with vulnerable communities and ensures that management, staff, and security personal are well trained in all aspects of human rights.

Our commitment to human rights is of critical importance to our business globally. Trevali values, respects, and supports the dignity and human rights of all people.

Dam & Tailings Management

Trevali proactively monitors and manages all dam and tailings sites within its operations, with eight Tailing Storage Facilities (TSF’s) located across our operations. Five of these TSF’s are active, and three are inactive. None of the inactive TSF’s are formally closed with closure certificates.  We are committed to improving the transparency of information regarding our dam and tailings facilities.

Supplier Code of Conduct

We are committed to responsible business conduct and operate with sustainability embedded as part of our operations and expect the suppliers with whom we do business operate commensurate with our governance, social and environmental standards and respect our values.  For this reason, we develop collaborative and supportive relationships that raise the standards of sustainability performance across our supply chain. Acknowledging, respecting, and adhering to the Supplier Code is a minimum requirement for our suppliers. By signing it, the Supplier agrees to meet the expectations outlined in the Trevali Code of Conduct and Ethics and the minimum standards outlined below for governance, human rights, health and safety, community, and the environment.


The Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act ("ESTMA") was enacted by the Government of Canada on December 16, 2014 and made effective on June 1, 2015. The Act requires extractive entities active in Canada to publicly disclose, on an annual basis, specific payments made to all governments in Canada and abroad.