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  1. 1. RADICIGROUP SUSTAINABILITY REPORT IN PILLS... www.radicigroup.com
  2. 2. RADICIGROUP FOR SUSTAINABILITY A 360° MANAGEMENT SYSTEM A SUSTAINABILITY STORY A 360° sustainable business RadiciGroup, through Radici Chimica SpA, has become the first chemical group in Europe to obtain OEF and PEF certificates of conformity Four specific Product Category Rules (PCRs) created by RadiciGroup became industry models for the textile fibres and plastics industries SUSTAINABILITY REPORT PARAMETERS 2012 Reporting Period: 2012 calendar year Sustainability Report 2011obtained external assurance at the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) B+ Application Level The Group began performing Life Cycle Assessments of its products Reporting Cycle: Annual The “RadiciGroup for Sustainability” project was born RadiciGroup published its first “Social Report” based on the standard of Gruppo di Studio Bilancio Sociale (GBS) The RadiciGroup Vision, Mission, and Values statements were formulated To be glocal: global thinking, local action. YEAR 2013 NOVEMBER 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2020 RADICIGROUP TIMELINE FOR CERTIFICATIONS AND SUSTAINABILITY 20X QUALITY 7X ENVIRONMENT 6X SAFETY 2X ENERGY Radicigroup Sustainability Report publication date: November 2013 (prior report, November 2012) A STORY OF QUALITY AND SUSTAINABILITY The story of RadiciGroup's journey to sustainability is entwined with its story concerning quality, safety and the environment. To this end, RadiciGroup has adopted Quality, Health, Safety, and Environmental Management Systems at its companies. Morevover, it has adopted the GRI model for sustainability, a system that considers sustainability at 360° reporting on economic, social, labour, product, safety, environmental and human rights issues. CHAPTER 01 DATA SOURCE: RADICIGROUP SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2012 www.radicigroup.com
  3. 3. LABOUR PRACTICES AND DECENT WORK PERFORMANCE INDICATORS LA 1 - WORKFORCE BY REGION AND GENDER LA 1 - EMPLOYEES BY EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT AND GENDER 2012 2010 REST OF EUROPE ITALY TOTAL: 3,269 Company employment agreement: 212 M ITA W 1,706 1,716 1,680 EU AME ASIA 93% M: MEN W: WOMEN LA 13 - EMPLOYEE BREAKDOWN BY CATEGORY AND AGE GROUP 2012 MANAGEMENT 162 CHAPTER 02 90 60 30 0 2011 2012 TOT. 3,216 W LA 13 - 2012 EMPLYOMENT BY GENDER M M TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES 622 592 579 2010 TOT. 3,317 W Individual employment agreement: 752 70% 7% 23% BLUE COLLARS 980 120 W M 1,019 1,030 34 26 30 M W M W W TOT. 3,327 M < 30 Collective bargaining agreement: 2,252 AMERICA WOMEN: 786 30< >50 2012 ASIA MEN: 2,483 >50 2011 LA 4 - 2012 EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS 2012 MIDDLE MANAGEMENT 288 210 140 70 0 2010 PERMANENT EMPLOYEES M: MEN W: WOMEN WHITE COLLARS of RadiciGroup’s employees has a permanent agreement. 2011 2012 2012 WHITE COLLARS 436 360 270 180 90 0 2010 2011 2012 MIDDLE MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT 2012 BLUE COLLARS 2,330 1600 2010 2011 2012 1200 800 400 0 DATA SOURCE: RADICIGROUP SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2012 www.radicigroup.com
  4. 4. TRAINING AND EDUCATION vs OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS CALCULATED ACCORDING TO GRI 3.1 STANDARD LA 7 - INJURIES AND ABSENCES LA 10 - TRAINING BY CATEGORY (HOURS / EMPLOYEES) 2010 2011 25 MANAGEMENT MIDDLE MANAGEMENT 16 13 20 3.43 2011 90 2012 3.33 20 20 17 16 12 10 OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES CASES (n) 74.45 2010 58.26 2011 69.2 2012 ODR - OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES RATE (n / year) 2010 0 2010 0 2011 0 2011 0 2012 0 2012 0 AVERAGE DAYS ABSENT (days) AR - ABSENTEE RATE (n / year) 2010 10 2010 2011 20 19 20 13 96 2011 3.72 2010 103 LDR - LOST DAYS RATE (n / year) 10 10 BLUE COLLARS 2010 2012 10 17 WHITE COLLARS 20 10 IR - INJURY RATE (n / year) TOTAL INJURIES (n) 2012 9 2011 2012 11 2012 9,525 8,532 9,833 LA 10 - TRAINING (TOTAL HOURS) LA 10 - TRAINING (TOTAL HOURS BY GENDER) LA 7 - INJURY BREAKDOWN BY GEOGRAPHICAL AREA 2012 2012 2012 7,216 CHAPTER 03 W LA 10 - TRAINING (AVERAGE HOURS BY GENDER) 2,182 5,800 M TOTAL: 51,734 MEN: 41,437 WOMEN: 10,297 2012 36,536 M W REST OF EUROPE ITALY AMERICA MORE TRAINING +3 hours/person LESS INJURIES -0.4 IR / -5.25 LDR ASIA TOTAL: 16.1 MEN: 17 WOMEN: 13.2 DATA SOURCE: RADICIGROUP SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2012 www.radicigroup.com
  5. 5. ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS CALCULATED ACCORDING TO GRI 3.1 STANDARD EN 8 - WATER WITHDRAWAL BY SOURCE (m3) EN 4A - INTERMEDIATE ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY PRIMARY ENERGY SOURCE (ELECTRICITY AND HEAT - GJ) EN 16 - TOTAL DIRECT/INDIRECT GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS (t CO2eq) 2010 2011 2012 2010 2011 2012 2010 2011 2012 89,513,846 91,390,819 85,381,653 1,188,735 987,341 771,229 3,807,972 3,917,657 3,714,266 63% WATER UTILITIES 133,188 DIRECT EMISSIONS SPRINGS 338,693 WELLS 12,407,583 85% RIVERS / CANALS 72,502,189 EN 10 - WATER SAVINGS (m3) 86% 2010 79% 2011 91,390,819 91% 2012 89,513,846 85,381,653 91% RECYCLED WATER CHAPTER 04 INDIRECT EMISSIONS: -47% 19% FROM GENERATION OF ELECTRICITY 18% FROM GENERATION OF HEAT EMISSIONS IN 3 YEARS 2012 0.99 0.83 NON-RENEWABLE SOURCES 1,074,762 NATURAL GAS 567,598 COAL 334,450 FUEL OIL 10,174 NUCLEAR ENERGY 114,146 OTHER FOSSIL SOURCES 48,396 NATURAL GAS 1,881,886 1.15 2011 RENEWABLE SOURCES 757,616 HEAT CONSUMPTION: INDEX - DIRECT AND INDIRECT GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS PER UNIT OF PRODUCTION (t CO2eq/t) 2010 ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION: 41% OF THE ELECTRICITY MIX FROM RENEWABLE SOURCES DATA SOURCE: RADICIGROUP SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2012 www.radicigroup.com
  6. 6. PRODUCT RESPONSIBILITY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS CALCULATED ACCORDING TO GRI 3.1 STANDARD PR 1 - RADICIGROUP PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE STAGES BEING STUDIED In 2012 RadiciGroup continued to perform LCAs on its key products, which are polyamides and polyesters (both virgin and obtained from recycled PET bottles) for textile use. CONCEPT DEVELOP MEN DUCT PRO T RADICIGROUP PRODUCTS WITH LCAs COMPLETED IN THE LAST THREE YEARS 2011 Radichem® Adipic Acid Radichem® Hexamethylenediamine Radipol® PA 6 (polyamide polymers) Radipol® PA 6.6 (polyamide polymers) RE ION MOT O PR & G TIN E RK of its products. MA TURING AND PROD UCTI UFAC ON MAN CHAPTER 05 Radilon® POY 6 yarn (polyamide textile yarn) Radilon® POY 6.6 yarn (polyamide textile yarn) Radilon 6.6 black (glass-fibre-reinforced polyamide engineering plastics) ® Heramid® 6 Natural/black (post-industrial polyamide engineering plastics) Heramid® 6.6 black (post-industrial polyamide engineering plastics ) CER T IFIC A TIO N 90% MENT LOP EVE &D WAR EH OU SIN G CH AR SE In the 2011-2013 period RadiciGroup performed LCA Studies on Radifloor® BCF PA 6 (polyamide carpet yarn) Radifloor® BCF PA 6 solution dyed (polyamide carpet yarn) Radifloor® BCF PA 6.6 (polyamide carpet yarn) 2012 Starlight® POY PET yarn (polyester POY textile yarn) r-Starlight®, r-Radyarn® POY r-PET yarn (polyester POY textile yarn produced from post-consumer recycled polyester) Radyarn® (polyester textile yarn ) r-Radyarn® (polyester textile yarn produced from post-consumer recycled polyester) Starlight®, Radyarn®, r-Starlight®, r-Radyarn® polyester yarn specially designed for yarn dying and solution dyeing. Cornleaf solution-dyed continuous yarn made using PLA biopolymer 2013 PA 6.10 Polymer: polyamide polymer for the food sector, where the PA6.10 is made from 64% vegetable, non-food source materials. PEF AND OEF: A WAY FOR THE FUTURE Radici Chimica, a RadiciGroup chemical company, has become the first chemical company in Europe to obtain certificates of conformity for its Organisation Environmental Footprint (OEF ) issued for all aspects of the production plant, and its Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) for PA6.6, HMDA, adipic acid, nitric acid, MAB, diamine heads and tails, and CO2. The OEF and PEF methodology was set out in Recommendations issued by the European Commission. DATA SOURCE: RADICIGROUP SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2012 www.radicigroup.com

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