102–13 Membership of associations
Boliden participates in industry organizations that are able to play an important part in the sustainability dialogue. These organizations include: The International Zinc Association (IZA), The International Copper Association (ICA), The European Copper Institute (ECI), The Scandinavian Copper Development Association, The International Lead Association (ILA), The Nickel Institute, The European Precious Metals Federation (EPMF), The Selenium-Tellurium Association, The Galvanizers Associations of Germany/France and the UK, Zinc Info Norden, The International Wrought Copper Council, The European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic), The European Electronics Recyclers Association (EERA), The Bureau of International Recycling, Återvinningsindustrierna, Jernkontoret, The Association of Finnish Steel and Metal, SveMin, FinMin, Euromines and Eurometaux.
415-1 Political contributions
No form of bribery or corruption is acceptable, and conflicts of interest shall be reported and addressed. Boliden’s anti-corruption program applies to individuals acting in Boliden’s name or on Boliden’s behalf including employees, management, Board Members, consultants and agents of the Boliden Group. The anti-corruption policy also applies to companies and joint ventures in which Boliden has an interest, and to third parties who act for or on behalf of Boliden. The program states that it is always forbidden to give or accept political contributions or charity donations.