ESG Scorecard

2018 2019 2020

Environment

Total CO2 emissions (Scope 1 & 2 - t CO2e)

4,375,338 4,639,324 4,459,424

Metallurgy BU: CO2 emissions (Scope 1 & 2 - t CO2e)

2,833,638 3,055,561 2,840,274

Metallurgy BU: Specific CO2 emissions
(t CO2e Scope 1 & 2 / ton of primary aluminium produced)1

10.37 8.70 6.98

Power & Gas BU: Specific CO2 emissions
(kg CO2e Scope 1 & 2 / MWh of electricity produced)

335 329 324

Revenue generated from products & services with environmental and social benefits
(% of total revenues)2

13.0% 24.6% 22.8%

Total CO2 emissions avoided (t CO2 e)3

115,046 207,802 287,088

Electricity production from RES (of total energy production)

4.1% 6.5% 8.6%

Total NOx & SOx emissions (t)

4,993.4 5,187.3 4,670.1

Solid waste reused or recycled (of total solid waste generated)4

77.1% 79.9% 82.5%

Waste to landfill (of total solid waste generated)4

9.2% 12.3% 12.0%

Fresh water consumption (ML)5

n/a n/a 5,245

Recovery in areas used during the mining process

81.1% 82.3% 83.3%

Social

Total employment (direct & indirect employees)

3,379 3,662 3,856

Part - Time employees

0.9% 0.7% 0.5%

Voluntary employee turnover rate6

5.8% 5.2% 6.0%

Number of fatalities (direct & indirect employees)

0 0 1

Total Recordable Incident Rate per 200.000 working hours
(direct employees)7

n/a n/a 0.53

Total Recordable Incident Rate per 200.000 working hours
(indirect employees)7

n/a n/a 0.38

Women in the workforce

17.4% 18.0% 19.0%

Women in responsible positions8

18.8% 17.8% 19.4%

Average number of training days per employee (days / year)

2.7 3.1 2.0

Number of total beneficiaries from company's social programs/initiatives

50,172 30,641 23,760

Number of suppliers trained on UN Global Compact Principles

n/a 40 50

Governance

UK Corporate Governance Code compliance

- 60% 70%

Board members9

11 11 11

Board independence9

64% 55% 64%

Board diversity (female Board Members)9

18% 18% 27%

Audit Committee independence

100% 100% 100%

Remuneration Committee independence

100% 100% 100%

Variable Executive Pay Linked to Sustainability

- YES YES

Corruption & Bribery incidents

0 0 0

Total monetary losses from Code of Conduct violations (€)

0 0 0

Total monetary losses of non-compliance with environmental, social, labour and financial laws/regulations (€)

0 0 0
  • 1 The specific CO2 emissions of primary Aluminium are calculated in the context of the participation of the Metallurgy Business Unit of MYTILINEOS in the international initiative ASI (Aluminum Stewardship Initiative) and according to the Aluminum Carbon Footprint Technical Support Document (WA, Feb-2018), of the International Aluminum Institute, for the LEVEL 1 approach. It includes the activities of smelting, casting and anodes production.
  • 2 It includes revenue generated from the sale of renewable energy and energy produced by Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant, the sale of secondary aluminiun, the sale of Renewable Energy & Storage development projects, the sale of net metering services and revenue generated by projects related to specialized industrial waste management.
  • 3 It relates to the emissions that would occur in the absence of MYTILINEOS RES projects. It is calculated through the multiplication of the energy produced (MWh) by the renewable energy projects (solar, wind, small hydro (<10MW)) which are in operation, and the convention factor of electric energy to CO2e based on the Country’s energy mix in the reporting year. For comparison purposes the same convention factor of 2020 has been applied accros the years.
  • 4 It includes all types of hazardous and non-hazardous waste except for the bauxite residues which receive specialized treatment.
  • 5 The difference between the total amount of fresh water withdrawn and the total amount of fresh water discharged. Fresh water is the water with concentration of total dissolved solids equal to or below 1,000 mg/L. New calculation method, according to the new standard GRI 303-5 (2018).
  • 6 Number of voluntary departures to the average number of direct employees of the Company in the specific year. Cases of expiration of fixed-term contracts are not considered as voluntary departures.
  • 7 New calculation method of measuring accidents, according to the new standard GRI 403-9 (2018). Includes all accidents that resulted in death, days off work, limited work or transfer to another job, medical care other than first aid or loss of consciousness or significant injury or ill health diagnosed by a physician or other authorized health professional. Includes all accidents and incidents that occurred during the transportation of the employee from the place of his private activity (e.g. residence) and a place of work or workplace and only when this transportation has been organized by the Company.
  • 8 New way of measuring accidents, according to the new standard GRI 403-9 (2018). Includes all accidents that resulted in death, days off work, limited work or transfer to another job, medical care other than first aid or loss of consciousness or significant injury or ill health diagnosed by a physician or other authorized health professional. Includes all accidents and incidents that occurred during the transportation of the employee from the place of his private activity (e.g. residence) and a place of work or workplace and only when this transportation has been organized by the Company.
  • 9 Data as of 2/2/2021.
2018 2019 2020

Environment

Total CO2 emissions (Scope 1 & 2 - t CO2e)

4,375,338 4,639,324 4,459,424

Metallurgy BU: CO2 emissions (Scope 1 & 2 - t CO2e)

2,833,638 3,055,561 2,840,274

Metallurgy BU: Specific CO2 emissions
(t CO2e Scope 1 & 2 / ton of primary aluminium produced)1

10.37 8.70 6.98

Power & Gas BU: Specific CO2 emissions
(kg CO2e Scope 1 & 2 / MWh of electricity produced)

335 329 324

Revenue generated from products & services with environmental and social benefits
(% of total revenues)2

13.0% 24.6% 22.8%

Total CO2 emissions avoided (t CO2 e)3

115,046 207,802 287,088

Electricity production from RES (of total energy production)

4.1% 6.5% 8.6%

Total NOx & SOx emissions (t)

4,993.4 5,187.3 4,670.1

Solid waste reused or recycled (of total solid waste generated)4

77.1% 79.9% 82.5%

Waste to landfill (of total solid waste generated)4

9.2% 12.3% 12.0%

Fresh water consumption (ML)5

n/a n/a 5,245

Recovery in areas used during the mining process

81.1% 82.3% 83.3%
  • 1 The specific CO2 emissions of primary Aluminium are calculated in the context of the participation of the Metallurgy Business Unit of MYTILINEOS in the international initiative ASI (Aluminum Stewardship Initiative) and according to the Aluminum Carbon Footprint Technical Support Document (WA, Feb-2018), of the International Aluminum Institute, for the LEVEL 1 approach. It includes the activities of smelting, casting and anodes production.
  • 2 It includes revenue generated from the sale of renewable energy and energy produced by Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant, the sale of secondary aluminiun, the sale of Renewable Energy & Storage development projects, the sale of net metering services and revenue generated by projects related to specialized industrial waste management.
  • 3 It relates to the emissions that would occur in the absence of MYTILINEOS RES projects. It is calculated through the multiplication of the energy produced (MWh) by the renewable energy projects (solar, wind, small hydro (<10MW)) which are in operation, and the convention factor of electric energy to CO2e based on the Country’s energy mix in the reporting year. For comparison purposes the same convention factor of 2020 has been applied accros the years.
  • 4 It includes all types of hazardous and non-hazardous waste except for the bauxite residues which receive specialized treatment.
  • 5 The difference between the total amount of fresh water withdrawn and the total amount of fresh water discharged. Fresh water is the water with concentration of total dissolved solids equal to or below 1,000 mg/L. New calculation method, according to the new standard GRI 303-5 (2018).
2018 2019 2020

Social

Total employment (direct & indirect employees)

3,379 3,662 3,856

Part - Time employees

0.9% 0.7% 0.5%

Voluntary employee turnover rate6

5.8% 5.2% 6.0%

Number of fatalities (direct & indirect employees)

0 0 1

Total Recordable Incident Rate per 200.000 working hours
(direct employees)7

n/a n/a 0.53

Total Recordable Incident Rate per 200.000 working hours
(indirect employees)7

n/a n/a 0.38

Women in the workforce

17.4% 18.0% 19.0%

Women in responsible positions8

18.8% 17.8% 19.4%

Average number of training days per employee (days / year)

2.7 3.1 2.0

Number of total beneficiaries from company's social programs/initiatives

50,172 30,641 23,760

Number of suppliers trained on UN Global Compact Principles

n/a 40 50
  • 6 Number of voluntary departures to the average number of direct employees of the Company in the specific year. Cases of expiration of fixed-term contracts are not considered as voluntary departures.
  • 7 New calculation method of measuring accidents, according to the new standard GRI 403-9 (2018). Includes all accidents that resulted in death, days off work, limited work or transfer to another job, medical care other than first aid or loss of consciousness or significant injury or ill health diagnosed by a physician or other authorized health professional. Includes all accidents and incidents that occurred during the transportation of the employee from the place of his private activity (e.g. residence) and a place of work or workplace and only when this transportation has been organized by the Company.
  • 8 New way of measuring accidents, according to the new standard GRI 403-9 (2018). Includes all accidents that resulted in death, days off work, limited work or transfer to another job, medical care other than first aid or loss of consciousness or significant injury or ill health diagnosed by a physician or other authorized health professional. Includes all accidents and incidents that occurred during the transportation of the employee from the place of his private activity (e.g. residence) and a place of work or workplace and only when this transportation has been organized by the Company.
2018 2019 2020

Governance

UK Corporate Governance Code compliance

- 60% 70%

Board members9

11 11 11

Board independence9

64% 55% 64%

Board diversity (female Board Members)9

18% 18% 27%

Audit Committee independence

100% 100% 100%

Remuneration Committee independence

100% 100% 100%

Variable Executive Pay Linked to Sustainability

- YES YES

Corruption & Bribery incidents

0 0 0

Total monetary losses from Code of Conduct violations (€)

0 0 0

Total monetary losses of non-compliance with environmental, social, labour and financial laws/regulations (€)

0 0 0
  • 9 Data as of 2/2/2021.
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