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Gold Fields Limited

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5888268 km2
Countries
Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
Cities
Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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Headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa, Gold Fields Limited is one of the world’s largest gold mining firms.

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Gold Fields spent a total of US $16 million on water management and projects (including ARD management) during 2016. In addition, Gold Fields has implemented a number of shared value water projects at Cerro Corona. These involve building and maintaining ... Learn More

Cerro Corona has proactive engagements with community organisations and local governments where it is a large supplier of potable water to the communities. During 2016 Cerro Corona invested over US$3m in developing and upgrading water systems for nearby communities. This ... Learn More

All of Gold Fields’ operations have tailings management plans in place, including closure and post-closure management plans. In total, Gold Fields’ operations have 27 tailing storage facilities (TSFs) of which 16 are active. All TSFs, as well as associated pipeline ... Learn More

The responses for managing water risks include risk assessments; Environmental Management Systems; the use of predictive water balances; rainwater harvesting; storm water management and water re-use, recycling and conservation initiatives. During 2018 Gold Fields intends to set targets in line ... Learn More

Gold Fields’ South Deep mine spent a total of US $3.6 million on water management and projects during 2016. Water projects include ARD management. South Deep implements a range of measures to prevent or contain Acid Rock Drainage (ARD) and ... Learn More

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