Top companies in the mining sector are implementing best practices for the sustainable development of their projects within communities. From the early stages of a project’s development, leading corporations are moving to a proactive approach when it comes to their areas of operations.
In fact, some mining firms are successfully running in harmony with communities as evident in their partnerships and engagement with locals. These companies are adopting programs that lead to more sustainable outcomes for both parties alike.
One of the effective ways to keep the interaction going with locals is through a winning community website, like New Elk Coal's: www.newelkcoal.com. Have a look at its web pages to discover its attractive features.
New Elk Coal operates a steelmaking coal mine near Trinidad in Las Animas County, Colorado, USA. The wholly owned subsidiary of Allegiance Coal (ASX:AHQ) is committed to the responsible mining of coal required for steel production.
New Elk Coal's website functions smoothly on any screen size and device.
Visit New Elk Coal’s homepage and experience its inviting spread as it welcomes with eye-catching images in a neat layout. You won’t get lost in the site as you instantly catch its Mine Overview or Community Engagement from this page.
Tap into its Responsible Mining section for more details on how New Elk Coal cares for the environment as well as its programs and services for the community. Featured articles and events will easily be located in its News pages too.
On top of that, New Elk Coal’s Careers section offers a wide range of positions the company is currently hiring for. It’s also quick to get in touch with their team members through its Contact Us page.
New Elk Coal’s website was launched on IRM’s HQi content management system. What a pleasure for IRM to work together with the company to reinforce its online presence.
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