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MYTILINEOS HOLDINGS SUSTAINABILITY REPORT
2015
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Τοµέας Ενέργειας:
Μη σχετικό ζήτηµα.
The other aspects shown in the Materiality Table are the following:
23 Management of spills in the soil and water
24 Forced Labour
25 Child Labour
26 Management of suppliers
27 Promoting equal opportunities
28 Evaluation of suppliers using criteria relating to Human Rights practices
29 Evaluation of suppliers using criteria relating to labour practices
30 Compliance with the rules and regulations governing the provision and use of the company’s products and services.
Information on Aspects 23 to 30 is given in the GRI-G4 Content Index, available at:
sure-table-2015/of-mytilineos-group
Control and reduction
of greenhouse gas
emissions
Metallurgy & Mining Sector:
Impacts on the efforts to improve the company’s
environmental footprint and its financial results by reducing expenditures for CO
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emission charges.
EPC Projects Sector:
Impacts on the efforts to address climate change and to
reduce the overall environmental footprint of METKA
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Energy consumption
EPC Projects Sector:
Impacts on the efforts to address Climate Change and to
reduce the use of natural resources.
Energy Sector:
Economic and Production Impact: With regard to direct energy
consumption, the responsible management of natural gas is directly linked to the
production process, as natural gas is the primary fuel for the electricity production
process. This impact is important for the company in terms of its profitability. With
regard to indirect energy consumption, the impact is very little, is of an economic
nature and concerns the company's operating costs. It also contributes to the
efforts to strengthen the company's environmentally responsible profile.
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Product Quality & Safety
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Metallurgy & Mining Sector:
Impacts on the corporate image of ALUMINIUM OF
GREECE contributing to foster its customers' trust.
EPC Projects Sector:
Impacts on METKA’s corporate image and on its position in
the market, contributing to its smooth operation and to customers positive evalua-
tion regarding to its projects.
Protection of
customer privacy
All Group activity sectors:
Impacts on the Group's companies customers' trust
and loyalty. Adherence to the laws on the protection of personal data.
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Training and Development
of employees
All Group activity sectors:
Impacts on the improvement of living conditions and quality
of life in the local communities, as well as on the actions to strengthen relations with
the local community, to alleviate problems that become more acute due to the
economic crisis.
Support of local communities
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Metallurgy & Mining Sector:
Impacts on the protection of customers (product
quality assurance) and on the rational management of natural resources. Impacts
on the reduction of the company’s environmental footprint and on the acceptance
of its operation by the local communities..
Work conditions
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Management of raw &
other materials
Potential impacts of materiality aspects outside the Group
G4-19
Protection against
child labour in the
company’s supply chain
All Group activity sectors:
Impacts on the dissemination of the corporate values,
the protection of the corporate reputation and on the efforts to ensure the responsi-
ble operation and cooperation of suppliers.
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Environmental compliance
Metallurgy & Mining Sector:
Impacts on the reduction of the environmental
footprint of ALUMINIUM OF GREECE (land, sea, air, underground water masses in
the plant's wider area), as well as on the company's image and on the acceptance
of its role by the local communities. Impacts on the company’s financial data in
relation with the costs to ensure and maintain its compliance with the environ-
mental laws, as well as on the development of an environmental culture and
standardisation.
EPC Projects Sector:
Impact on strengthening METKA’s environmental policy and
responsible profile.
Energy Sector:
Impact of a Legal, Production and Environmental nature: For
Protergia, compliance with the approved environmental terms is a prerequisite for
the operation of its power plants (thermal and RES plants) in accordance with their
respective Operating Licenses. Moreover, the company’s reputation at the local
and country-wide level is strengthened.
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Metallurgy & Mining Sector:
Impacts on the acceptance of the company’s license
to operate by the local communities.
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Rehabilitation of usable
land areas from the mining
activity
Employee Satisfaction
Metallurgy & Mining Sector:
Impacts on the image and credibility of the company
and, by extension, on its acceptance by its business environment and Stakeholders.
EPC Projects Sector:
Impacts on the strengthen the company’s profile, the promo-
tion of new activities and on the attraction of new customers.
Energy Sector:
Impacts on the establishment and boosting of the company's image.
The company ensures that its corporate communication and advertising material is
lawful, decent, fair, honest and truthful.
Responsible Communication
& Marketing
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Management of solid
and liquid waste
Metallurgy & Mining Sector:
As a key parameter of the company's environmental
footprint, attracting great interest from the local community, the wider region and
the environmental organisations. Significant economic impacts, mainly from
bauxite waste management.
EPC Projects Sector:
Impacts on the protection of the environment and on the
prevention of soil and water pollution.
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Management
Employee relations
Energy Sector:
Impacts on the company’s social performance, by preventing and
combating such phenomena.
Review and identification of
conditions and risks giving rise
to violations of Human Rights
in the Group’s business units
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Potential impacts of materiality aspects outside the Group
G4-19
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