A metal for the future

Copper is a crucial component in society's transition to renewable energy sources. It is needed for the technology in solar, wind and hydropower and for electric car battery packs.

Future-proof mining

Mining affects the environment. Through water treatment, modern mining technology, energy-efficient infrastructure and habitat regeneration, Copperstone will compensate and restore the environment after Viscaria's impact.

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Fast-growing demand, fast-growing market.

Increasing need for copper puts Viscaria on the world map

With annual production of 30,000 tonnes, Viscaria is on course to become Sweden’s second-largest copper producer, taking on a key role on the European market.

The dream setting for a reopening

2025 will be an important milestone in Copperstone’s history. It is the year we plan to have the Viscaria mine fully up and running. The road to that goal is lined with important planning permits.

Guided by transparency

In March, Copperstone Resources submitted the application for an environmental permit to reopen the Viscaria mine. During the application process, we will hold as transparent a dialogue as possible with our stakeholders.

Our immediate environment is crucial

Without the community, no mine. To Copperstone, cooperation with the world around us is vital for the success of our future mining operations.

Copperstone and the world around us

Films about Copperstone

Copperstone’s Chairman Jörgen Olsson on the copper market and mining in Viscaria

2022-05-19

Sustainable mining with Emma Mäkitaavola

2022-05-10

The new passage to Viscaria

2022-09-11

“Our goal is to conduct responsible mining operations for a sustainable future.”

Anna Tyni

CEO

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Financial calendar

03 Mar

2023-03-03

Year-end report 2022

17 May

2023-05-17

Interim report Q1 2023

17 May

2023-05-17

Annual General meeting 2023

17 Aug

2023-08-17

Interim report Q2 2023

17 Nov

2023-11-17

Interim report Q3 2023