The Bellevue Mine is the first of Bellevue Gold’s operations to receive SMO accreditation, giving you complete confidence that your gold has been produced in accordance with strict international standards and that its segregated journey across the processing, refining and sales chain is fully traceable. Bellevue is committed to producing gold that provides lasting value to society while protecting and promoting the environment & wider community of where it operates.

Bellevue’s commitment to sustainability, demonstrated through its robust governance practices and strategic initiatives, positions it as an industry leader in responsible gold production. Their aim is to achieve zero net carbon emissions by 2026, paired with their commitment to renewable energy running 70%+ of production, paves the way for a world first, ’Green Gold‘.

Bellevue aligns with several internationally recognised standards, including the UN Global
Compact, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (“UNSDGs”), the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) reporting framework, and the Global
Reporting Initiative (GRI). Additionally, the company is committed to upgrading to the new GRI mining sector standard and transitioning to the final version of the AASB standard, modelled off the ISSB climate standard, over the next few years. Bellevue also follows the Task Force for Climate & Financial
Disclosures (TNFD) framework development.

Furthermore, management has expressed a commitment to adopting the new merged standard of the WGC/ICMM/TSM/Copper Mark once it is finalised, demonstrating
their dedication to evolving responsible mining practice.

Bellevue, which is an underground mine, is located in a remote region with most employees operating a fly-in, fly-out routine from Perth. Diverse & inclusive, the Bellevue workforce represents over 28 nationalities and retention is maintained through continuous training & development programs; staff incentivisation, rewards & recognition; and competitive remuneration.