CRIRSCO and ICMM partner to promote high standards of public reporting on deposits exploration

The Committee for Mineral Reserves International Reporting Standards (CRIRSCO) was formed in 1994 as a volunteer-organisation that promotes high standards in public reporting of mineral deposit estimates and exploration progress. This is vital for maintaining confidence in the accuracy of companies exploration results: the estimated mineral resources and reserves available prior to an operation starting.

ICMM has been working with CRIRSCO since 2010. During this time CRIRSCO has strengthened national reporting organisations (NROs) – the bodies that are responsible for developing national and regional mineral reporting codes and guidelines – around the world, through the development of the CRIRSCO Template.

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