An approach towards helping the wildlife and environment for a better tomorrow.
An eco-friendly production that causes least damage to the environment and meets end goals.
Recycling gold in order to reduce gold mining.
Reduce the carbon footprint caused by the jewelry manufacturing industry.
Impact of Gold MINING
It can lead to human rights violations such as abusive work conditions, theft, and other offenses.
One single gold ring can potentially create a staggering 20-tons of mining waste. This waste contains toxic chemicals which can contaminate the nearby water supply and soil.
Use of Water
Large-scale projects can use an average of 60,000 - 100,000 cubic meters of water every day. Enough to be supplied to a major city for a year.
Acid Mine Drainage
Sulphuric acid drains from the mine sites can be up to 300 times more concentrated than acid rain.
As gold mines are typically large-scale operations requiring a sufficient amount of heavy machinery and earth-moving vehicles, airborne pollution is a significant environmental issue.
The Fool's Gold or iron sulfides can harm the wildlife around the mining sites which ends up harming the ecosystem and disturbing the food chain.
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