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Sustainability Chief of Marimaca Copper, Laura Rich, to Resign

By Denny Jacob

Marimaca Copper’s Chief Sustainability Officer, Laura Rich, has announced her decision to step down from her position. Additionally, she will also be resigning from her roles as the company’s general counsel and secretary. This move is in line with the company’s strategy to establish a permanent presence in Chile for these positions.

Marimaca Copper, a copper exploration company, is focused on ensuring sustainable practices in its operations. With Laura Rich’s departure, the company will now seek a suitable replacement to continue driving its sustainability initiatives. The decision to transition these roles to Chile reflects the company’s commitment to strengthening its presence in the region.

Laura Rich has played a significant role in Marimaca Copper’s sustainability efforts and legal matters. Her departure will undoubtedly leave a void that needs to be filled by a capable individual who shares the company’s values and vision.

Marimaca Copper remains dedicated to responsible mining practices and environmental stewardship. The company will continue to prioritize sustainability as it moves forward with its operations in Chile. Finding a suitable replacement for Laura Rich will be crucial in ensuring the successful execution of the company’s sustainability strategy.

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