At ULM, we recognize the critical role that lithium products play in the global transition to sustainable energy solutions. Our mission is to reliably supply lithium needed for clean technologies contributing to a greener and more sustainable future. We are dedicated to:
- initial assessment of the current state of the environment, and the physical, biological, social and economic conditions of the site areas;
- identification to the extent possible of the available infrastructure on the sites and in the surrounding area suitable for future development;
- identification of the information gaps, which should be additionally assessed during future project stages.
- Environmental Sustainability and Stewardship: We commit to minimizing our environmental footprint by assessing potential environmental and social impacts of our operation in line with international best practice guidance and employing appropriate mitigation and land management techniques.
- Ethical and Transparent Practices: We strive to maintain the highest ethical standards in all our operations, conducting business with transparency and accountability, and fostering trust among our stakeholders.
- Safety and Well-being: We promote the welfare of our employees, contractors, and the communities in which we operate, ensuring a safe and healthy working environment.
- Collaboration and Innovation: We actively collaborate with industry partners and researchers to advance lithium exploration and development techniques and technologies.
- Corporate Social Responsibility: We believe in engaging with the local authorities and communities where we operate in an open, transparent and inclusive manner. We believe in maintaining and developing positive relationships with all stakeholders to contribute to regional economic development. We aim to create lasting, mutually beneficial partnerships.
ULM is committed to responsibly extracting, processing, and supplying lithium, powering innovation and the promise of a more sustainable future for all.
August, 2023: Wardell Armstrong International (UK) and CDM Engineering Ukraine are engaged for international ESIA study with baseline data collection. The ESIA study is expected to be completed by the end of 2024.
North Coast Consultants (UK) – have been engaged by ULM as independent environmental consultants since 2021.