If you’re looking for fair trade, clean mined, green gold wedding rings that support indigenous miners and their families in developing countries, click here

15 million gold miners in over 50 developing nations are releasing nearly 3 tons of mercury on our planet every day. It’s in our fish, it’s in our children, it’s in all of us.

We have proven, clean solutions, but we need your help to expand our reach and impact.

Cleangold is an inexpensive, easy to use fine gold recovery tool, ideally suited for miners working in remote conditions without access to clean water or power. Cleangold has been proven by several independent lab and field tests (including two major University studies), to outperform mercury and the industry’s state of the art fine gold recovery devices.

The miners’ return on investment with Cleangold has been independently determined to be less than three weeks.

Cleangold is now being used in over 30 countries but the need is urgent for your support  to widen our reach and impact.

Our introduction of the Cleangold system increases miners’ income, while eliminating the ongoing risk and expense of toxins like mercury and cyanide.

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The Institute for Sustainable Mining, AKA Artminers, is a US Registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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