2015 SUSTAINABILITY REPORT
Jerry L. Pyatt, President and Chief Executive Officer

Message from the CEO

Doe Run CEO Jerry Pyatt talks about the challenges and opportunities of Missouri’s mining and metal production.
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Business Highlights

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250,000

Southeast Missouri Mining and Milling Division produces approximately 250,000 tons of lead concentrates annually.

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160,000

Resource Recycling has the capacity to recycle and recover nearly 160,000 tons of refined lead and lead alloys from more than 13.5 million recycled lead-acid batteries annually.

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30,000

Fabricated Products Inc. manufactures 30,000 tons of lead products annually.

Facts About Lead

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Battery Recycling

More than 99 percent of lead batteries in the United States are recycled, compared to aluminum cans at 55 percent.1

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Automobiles

One billion vehicles worldwide rely on lead-based batteries to start their engines and power their electronics.2

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Renewable Energy

Lead-based batteries store renewable energy sourced from wind turbines and solar panels before going into the electric grid.

1. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

2. International Lead Association

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