Teck Named to Sustainability World Index

For the ninth straight year, Teck Resources Limited has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI), indicating that Teck’s sustainability practices are in the top 10 percent of the 2,500 largest companies in the S&P Global Broad Market Index (BMI). “Our commitment to responsible resource development is core to who we are […]

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Canada suppressing data on coal mine pollution, say U.S. officials

Frustrated U.S. representatives on a commission tasked with protecting the quality of water flowing across the Canada/U.S. border have gone public with claims that Canadian commissioners are refusing to accept scientific data that shows an increase in selenium pollution from B.C.’s Elk Valley coal mines. Two U.S. commissioners on the International Joint Commission have released […]

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Teck Releases Water Quality Research

Teck is making available the data and results of ongoing water quality research and monitoring undertaken as part of the Elk Valley Water Quality Plan to broadly share the knowledge and information gained through this work. Teck spends about $15 – $18 million a year on water quality and aquatic health studies and monitoring. Making […]

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Teck Named to 2018 Best 50 Corporate Citizens

Teck has been recognized as one of the top companies in Canada for corporate citizenship by media and investment research company Corporate Knights, marking the twelfth consecutive year Teck has been named to the Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada ranking. “Through responsible resource development, Teck produces the materials that are used to enhance the […]

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Elk Valley Coal Dust reported

Elk Valley residents have taken to social media to express concern about “black rain” falling earlier this week. Members of the Sparwood Schoolyard Facebook group posted photos of white surfaces dotted with black, which were reportedly caused by the rain. Teck reported that there is no health or environmental risk associated with this short-term, isolated […]

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US to Crack Down on Pollution from BC Coal Mines

The continuous flow of dangerous pollution from BC’s Elk Valley coal mines into a Montana watershed is a top discussion item for Canadian and U.S. delegates convening at a bilateral meeting in Washington, D.C., Thursday. Selenium from five metallurgical coal mines owned and operated by Teck Resources has been leaching into B.C.’s Elk River and […]

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Teck’s profit rises on higher sales volumes

Teck Resources Ltd , the world’s second-biggest exporter of steelmaking coal, reported on Tuesday a 15 percent increase in first-quarter adjusted profit on increased sales volumes. Teck, which also mines copper, zinc and gold, said adjusted profit attributable to shareholders rose to C$753 million ($586.4 million) or C$1.31 per share in the quarter ended March […]

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Teck Releases Climate Action & Portfolio Resilience Report

Teck Resources Limited released the Climate Action and Portfolio Resilience report, outlining how Teck will continue to be competitive and create shareholder value in a low-carbon future, while also contributing to action on climate change. The report covers the work that Teck is doing to reduce the carbon footprint of our activities and analyzes how […]

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Elkview Coal Dryer Recommissioned

Teck Resources Limited today confirmed the restart of the coal dryer at its Elkview Operations and provided updated guidance for estimated steelmaking coal sales volumes for the first quarter of 2018. The coal dryer at Elkview Operations has been recommissioned following repairs to address damage caused by the January 2018 pressure event which suspended dryer […]

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Teck Ordered to stop Random Drug Testing

The United Steelworkers won an arbitration with Teck Resources being ordered to stop random drug testing at BC coal mines. This officially puts an end to random drug testing by Teck in the Elk Valley. The union representing the workers says such testing — which it calls “an intrusion into workers’ rights” — has gone […]

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