MYTILINEOS HOLDINGS - SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2013 - page 21

ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT 2013
ENVIRONMENTAL
PERFORMANCE
5
B
y understanding the level of our impact on
the environment and by regularly evalu-
ating the relevant challenges that we face, we
seek to limit our environmental footprint – a
task that for us is a challenge and a commit-
ment, both of which are reflected in our re-
vised environmental targets. Concerning the
reduction of our environmental footprint, no
changes from the previous year are observed
as any significant changes in this domain be-
come apparent in the longer term. However,
the progress made in 2014 is described in de-
tail both in the clarifications accompanying
the table below as well as in the sections that
follow.
1. Compliance with environmental laws
and regulations
2. Consumption of raw materials
3. Control of greenhouse gas emissions:
(CO
2
), (CH
4
), (N
2
O), (HFCs), (PFCs), (SF
6
)
4. Other significant air emissions:
(ΝΟx), (SΟx), (VOC), (HAP)
Chimney Emissions and Particles
5. Energy consumption
6. Waste management
7. Water consumption in the company’s
production activity
8. Water consumption in the company’s
buildings
9. Spills of hazardous substances
(oil, fuels, waste or chemicals) in the soil
and in the water
10. Impacts on Biodiversity
11. Rehabilitation of the natural landscape
(0)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
No
Impact
Insignificant
impact
Limited
impact
Moderate
impact
Significant
impact
Very
significant
impact
IMPACT
LEVEL
ENVIRONMENTAL
FOOTPRINT
COMPONENTS
19
Impact: 3/5
Impact: 3/5
Impact: 3.5/5
Impact: 4.5/5
Impact: 0.5/5
Impact: 4.5/5
Impact: 1/5
Impact: 1/5
Impact: 1/5
Impact: 3/5
Impact: 3/5
Impact 2012: 0.5/5
Impact 2012: 4.5/5
Impact 2012: 3/5
Impact 2012: 3/5
Impact 2012: 3.5/5
Impact 2012: 4.5/5
Impact 2012: 3/5
Impact 2012: 3/5
Impact 2012: 1/5
Impact 2012: 1/5
Impact 2012: 1/5
5.1 ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT OF MYTILINEOS GROUP
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