SCA presentation Cheuvreux Climate Change 6 conference


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SCA's presentation by Kersti Strandqvist, SVP Sustainability, at the Cheuvreux Climate Change 6 conference in Paris, May 6, 2011.

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SCA presentation Cheuvreux Climate Change 6 conference

  1. 1. Cheuvreux ClimateChange 6 ConferenceKersti Strandqvist, SVP Sustainability, SCA
  2. 2. SCA – a global hygiene products and paper company Net sales EUR 11.3bn (SEK 107bn) 45,000 employees and sales in more than 100 countries TEN and Tork leading global brands for incontinence care and Away From Home tissue World’s third largest hygiene products company Europe’s largest private forest owner Europe’s second largest packaging company2 6 May 2011
  3. 3. SCA Group Sales and EBIT split 2010EBIT split EBIT split Forest Products Sales split Personal Care 25% 29% 16% 24% 24% 36% 16% 30% Packaging Tissue More than 90% of SCA’s products consists of renewable material SCA uses about 50% recovered fibre3 6 May 2011
  4. 4. SCA’s sustainability targets Carbon dioxide emissions Responsible use of wood raw SCA will reduce its emissions material from fossil fuels and from No fresh fibre-based material purchased electricity and heating comes from controversial by 20% by the year 2020, with sources**. Target also includes 2005 as a reference year. pulp and containerboard. Improved water usage Code of Conduct compliance Reduce consumption by 15% and SCA’s Code of Conduct applies to reduce organic content in all employees at all locations wastewater by 30% between worldwide. 2005 and 2010.* *2010 was the final year of SCA’s target for improved water usage. **Illegally logged timber, Timber from forests with high conservation Work is under way to prepare future water initiatives and targets. value and/or timber from areas where human rights or traditional rights of indigenous people are being violated.4 6 May 2011
  5. 5. Carbon dioxide emissions At year-end 2010 CO2 emissions had declined 4.2% relative to production level Systematic reduction of fossil fuels Substantial investments in green electricity5 6 May 2011
  6. 6. Our forests A valuable asset Europe’s largest private forest owner – FSC certified Annual net growth of 1% Raw material integration and potential for electricity generation Our forests absorb as much carbon dioxide as is discharged from our entire production If the worlds forests were managed the same way as SCA’s that would solve a big part of the climate change problem6 6 May 2011
  7. 7. Future opportunities Forest industry in transformation Maximise the value from each tree Fibres, lignin, hemicellulose, bark, liquid wood and more Examples of replacing oil-based materials with forest-based products: in protective packaging, wood-based diapers, Virgin Car – a partnership with Volvo and others to produce cars based on biomaterial7 6 May 2011
  8. 8. Biofuels Biofuels account for 43% of SCA’s fuel consumption Deliveries of 3.5 TWh in 2010 Logging residuals and by-products from forest industry becomes biofuel Only 1/3 of potential of logging residuals is utilized Challenging demand/capacity situation Policy driving demand for renewable energy/biomass EU road map 2050: peak on demand expected for 2020-2030 (expected gap in 2020, 200-300 m3 under bark)8 6 May 2011
  9. 9. Innovative solutions Great potential in renewable energy Windpower SCA/Statkraft initiative, 2.4 TWh Many potential wind areas on SCA land Leasing of locations New business unit for renewable energy solutions, SCA Energy9 6 May 2011
  10. 10. 6 May 2011