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Table of contents 1.

FOREWORD

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STANDARDS

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SYSTEM BOUNDARIES

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4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4.

OPERATIONAL BOUNDARIES OPERATIONAL BOUNDARIES OF SCOPE CATEGORIES OPERATIONAL BOUNDARIES OF EACH SCOPE 1,2 AND 3 SUB-CATEGORIES GENERAL REMARKS

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REPORTING PERIOD

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ENVIRONMENTAL- AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT

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6.1. 6.2. 7.

OUR ENERGY PROJECTS OUR ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS

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RESULTS OF THE CORPORATE CARBON FOOTPRINT 7.1. TOTAL CO2E EMISSIONS GERMANY 7.1.1. Significant emission sources 7.1.2. What did we achieve? 7.1.3. Other significant emission sources for EJOT Germany 7.2. EMISSIONS OF THE LOCATION IN DER AUE 7.2.1. Significant emission sources of the location In der Aue 7.2.2. What did we achieve? 7.2.3. The following projects are still in conversion time or in planning 7.3. EMISSIONS OF THE LOCATION UNTERE BIENHECKE 7.3.1. Significant emission sources of the location Untere Bienhecke 7.3.2. What did we achieve? 7.3.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning 7.4. EMISSIONS OF THE LOCATION HERRENWIESE 7.4.1. Significant emission sources of the location Herrenwiese 7.4.2. What did we achieve? 7.4.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning 7.5. EMISSIONS OF THE LOCATION TAMBACH 7.5.1. Significant emission sources of the location Tambach 7.5.2. What did we achieve? 7.5.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning 7.6. EMISSIONS OF THE LOCATION ADOLF-BÖHL-STRAßE 7.6.1. Significant emission sources of the location Adolf-Böhl-Straße 7.6.2. What did we achieve? 7.6.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning 7.7. EMISSIONS OF THE LOCATIONS STOCKWIESE UND LAHNUFERSTRAßE 7.7.1. Significant emission sources of the locations Stockwiese und Lahnuferstraße 7.7.2. What did we achieve? 7.7.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning 7.8. TOTAL EMISSIONS AT OUR INTERNATIONAL LOCATIONS 7.8.1. EJOT ATF Mexico 7.8.1.1. Significant emissions sources at EJOT ATF Mexiko 7.8.1.2. What did we achieve? 7.8.1.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in work 7.8.2. EJOT Turkey 7.8.2.1. Significant emission sources at EJOT Turkey 7.8.2.2. What did we achieve? 7.8.2.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning 7.8.3. EJOT Poland 7.8.3.1. Significant emissions sources at EJOT Poland 7.8.3.2. What did we achieve? 1

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7.8.3.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning 7.8.4. EJOT Switzerland AG 7.8.4.1. Significant emission sources at EJOT Switzerland AG 7.8.4.2. What did we achieve? 7.8.4.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning 7.8.5. EJOT Sweden AB 7.8.5.1. Significant emission sources at EJOT Sweden AB 7.8.5.2. What did we achieve? 7.8.5.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning

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ASSUMPTIONS AND UNCERTAINTIES

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8.1. 8.2. 9.

EJOT GERMANY INTERNATIONAL EJOT LOCATIONS

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SIGNATURES EJOT HOLDING MANAGEMENT

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CONTACT

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

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ANNEX CCF REPORT 2018

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EJOT Corporate Carbon Footprint Report 2018

Short summary

We want to provide the Corporate Carbon Footprint report to our interested parties also this year. With this CCF report the EJOT Group contributes to the international sustainability debate. Since 2013, we have been collecting an operational greenhouse gas balance according to international standards of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. The report focuses significant and influenceable emission sources of the EJOT Group. This means that all relevant environmental data are transparently and clearly readable in this report. In the last 3 years, we were able to reduce emissions from electricity consumption to the production output in our metalworking plants in Germany by 9.4%. If we look at the plastics processing plants in Germany, we were able to reduce the emissions from electricity consumption to the granules used by 2.5% compared to 2016. We are constantly working on environmental and energy efficiency measures to influence significant emission sources positively. DIN EN ISO 14001: Since1999 we are certified according to international environmental standard ISO 14001. In addition to a continuous improvement of the system, we also focus on an increasing environmental awareness in all our production sites. DIN EN ISO 50001: In the year 2013 we implemented an energy management in accordance of international standard ISO 50001 for the first time. With numerous investments in energy saving projects in our German and international locations, we were able to save valuable resources. We also aspire to continuously improve the availability of our data for the CCF Report. For instance, we included our international production sites in the 2017 CCF Report for the first time too. This creates transparency and trust among our interested parties. As an internationally growing company, there are strengths and weaknesses at each location on which we have to work constantly. A greenhouse gas balance also identifies areas of actions that need to be examined more closely by EJOT in the future. Building activities and increases in production generally have a negative impact of emissions. These negative effects are commented at each location. In order to identify significant energy sources at German sites, all machines connected to an energy measurement system were analyzed. Thus, it was possible to identify which plants occupy a large or rather small share of the total emissions from electricity consumption. In addition, the natural gas consumption, e.g. in hardening, electroplating and washing equipment used for production is considered. Such an analysis is helpful to be able to initiate efficiency measures targeted at machines. The use of new energy-efficient machines means that more goods have been produced. Thus, the scopes 3.1 and 3.2 are only very slightly influenced. Due to increasing orders, the machine

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park at the "EJOT Tezmak" site was increased by 15 machines in 2018, with the result that emissions from electricity consumption in 2018, Scope 2.1, increased compared to 2017. However, the key process indicator emissions from electricity consumption to production output could be positively influenced. In the years 2016 till 2017, a new production hall of 3.600 m² was built at the EJOT Polska site. In addition, 1.000 m² of office and social space were built. As a result, emissions from electricity consumption in 2017, Scope 2.1, increased compared to 2016. However in 2018, emissions from electricity consumption to the granules used were positively influenced, and were 1.6% lower than in the previous year compared to 2017. Further information can be found under the respective locations.

2. Standards •

GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard für Scope 1 und 2 Kategorien.

GHG Corporate Value Chain Accounting and Reporting Standard to Scope 3 categories of the upstream and downstream value chain of a company.

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3. Area of application ISO 14001:2015 Development, production, examination and selling of screws, cold formed parts, thermoplastic molded parts, assembly groups for the automotive industry and elements / systems for the building industry.

Location

Scope

EJOT Schweiz AG Uttwilerstraße 3 8582 Dozwil Switzerland

Development, production and sales of ambitions technical plastic parts, complex assembly groups and fastening elements for automotive suppliers, building-, telecommunications-, and electronic industry

EJOT GmbH & Co. KG Werk Berghausen / Business Unit Insert Molding / Headlamp Adjuster Adolf-Böhl-Straße 7 57319 Bad Berleburg-Berghausen Germanyd

Development, production, examination and selling of thermoplastic spraying pouring hurrying, assembly groups for the automobile industry and elements for metal / plastic component and of systems and elements for heat insulation

EJOT GmbH & Co. KG Werk Berleburg / Business Unit Cold Forming Astenbergstraße 21 57319 Bad Berleburg Germany

Development, production, examination and selling of screws, cold shaped parts for the automobile industry

EJOT Holding GmbH & Co. KG Im Herrengarten 1 57319 Bad Berleburg Germany

Central fuctions, human resoure, environmental, health and safety management, facility management

EJOT GmbH & Co. KG Werk in der Aue / Business Unit Bauschraube In der Aue 38 57334 Bad Laasphe Germany

Development, production, examination and selling of screws as well as cold shaped parts for the building industry

EJOT Baubefestigungen GmbH In der Stockwiese 35 57334 Bad Laasphe Germany

Development, manufacture, testing and sale of screws, anchors and fasteners

EJOT GmbH & Co. KG Werk Eberhard Jäger / Business Unit Cold Forming Untere Bienhecke 16 57334 Bad Laasphe Germany

Development, production, examination and selling of screws, anchors, cold shaped parts, for the automobile industry and bulding industry

EJOT GmbH & Co. KG Business Unit Thread Forming, EJOSYST, EJOWELD Im Grund 4 99897 Tambach-Dietharz Germany

Development and production of screws, cold shaped parts, thermoplastic spraying pouring hurrying and building groups for the automotive industry

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Location

Scope

EJOTATF FASTENERS DE MÉXICO Y COMPAŇIA, S. EN C. Avenida del Siglo 180 Parque Industrial Millennium, CP 78395 San Luis Potosí, S.L.P. Mexiko

Manufacturing of cold formed fasteners and distribution of engineered fasteners, assemblies, plastic components and mechanisms for various markets

EJOT Polska Sp. z o.o. ul. Jeżowska 9 42-793 Ciasna Polen

Development, production, examination and selling of thermoplastic spraying pouring hurrying, assembly groups for the automobile industry and elements for metal / plastic component and of systems and elements for heat insulation

EJOT Polska Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością Sp.k. ul. Niemiecka 2 47-143 Olszowa Polen

storage and shipping

EJOT Sverige AB Sandtagsvägen 9 702 36 Örebro Schweden

Delivery of mechanical fastening devices and technical advice

EJOT TEZMAK Bağlantı Elemanları Teknolojileri San. ve Tic. A.Ş. Cebeci Cad. No. 84 Küçükköy-Istanbul Türkei

Development and production of screws, cold forming parts and assemblies

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4. System boundaries By defining system boundaries, EJOT determines relevant topics to the company.

4.1. Operational boundaries System boundaries acc. to Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG)

Organizational boundaries EJOT Group

Fixed based year

EJOT Germany: 2013

The emission data from the base year will serve as a basis of comparison for the development of the emissions in the future. Reduction targets are defined with reference to the base year

EJOTATF Mexico: 2017 EJOT Poland: 2017 EJOT Turkey: 2017 EJOT Switzerland: 2017 EJOT Sweden 2017

Reporting year

The first ascertainment is identical to the base year

2017

Control approach

100% of the emissions of the locations which fall under the system boundaries, must be ascertainment

Operational control to the locations which fall under the “3. Area of application”. That means: The organization has the full authority to initiate and execute the business policy at the locations

System boundaries acc. to Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG)

Organizational boundaries EJOT Group

Greenhouse Gases

Acc. Kyoto Protocol all 7 greenhouse gases must be included into the ascertainment

The determination of the CO2e emissions takes place with following emission databases:

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Carbon dioxide - CO2 Methane Nitrous oxide (nitrous oxide) Partially halogenated fluorocarbons Perfluorocarbons Sulfur hexafluoride Nitrogen trifluoride

To make the impacts of all Greenhouse gases comparable, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) defined the Global Warming Potential (GWP). This index describes the warming effect of a given amount of a greenhouse gas over a defined time period (usually 100 years) compared to the global warming potential of CO2. Thus, greenhouse gas emissions can be converted into "Carbon dioxide equivalents" and summarized. Carbon dioxide equivalent is abbreviated with "CO2e".

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EIO-LCA - Free, Fast, Easy Life Cycle Assessment DEFRA - 2012 greenhouse gas conversion factors for company reporting (U.K.) UBA – Umweltbundesamt Ecoinvent 2.2


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4.2. Operational boundaries of scope categories Scope 1

CCF-ascertainment acc. to GHG-Protocol Must be collected completely

Operational boundaries EJOT Germany An ascertainment is done for the categories: 1, 2, 3 and 4

Operational boundaries international locations An ascertainment is done for following categories: Categories which are not collected, will not apply to the location: EJOTATF Mexiko 1,2 and 3 EJOT Polen 1,2 and 3 EJOT TĂźrkei 1,2 and 3 EJOT Schweiz 1,2 and 3

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Must be collected completely

An ascertainment is done for the categories: 1

EJOT Sverige AB 2 An ascertainment is done for following categories: Categories which are not collected, will not apply to the location: EJOTATF Mexiko 1 EJOT Polen 1 EJOT TĂźrkei 1 EJOT Schweiz 1 EJOT Sverige AB 1 and 2

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The Scope 3 categories are collected according to the principles of materiality and possibility. These categories are optional.

An ascertainment is done for the categories: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 und 12

According to the GHG Protocol, a statement must be made for each Scope 3 category. If a category is not rated this must be justified

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4.3. Operational boundaries of each scope 1,2 and 3 subcategories Scope category

Description acc. to GHG Protocol

Description of operational boundaries

Data quality

Scope 1 - Direct GHG emissions from owned/controlled operations 1.1

1.2

Direct emissions from incineration processes of stationary plants

Directly emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and Employees

Natural gas and fuel oil consumption of the stationary heating systems is considered. For data processing meter readings are transmitted to the UAG department monthly. Currently there is still a manual reading of the gas meter. In Poland, an energy measuring system was installed, which provides detailed measurement results. For Sweden, this scope category does not apply. The fuel consumptions for diesel and gasoline of the EJOT fleet are considered. The data transmission for the German fleet takes place via monthly reporting of the EJOT fleet manager to the department UAG. For EJOT Mexico, Poland, Turkey, Switzerland and Sweden the data transmission is carried out by the local Environmental Management Officer.

Scope category

Description acc. to GHG Protocol

Description of operational boundaries

1.3

Fugitive emissions: intentional or unintentional releases

Consideration of climate-relevant gases that could escape due to leaks in air conditioning and refrigeration systems. An evaluation of air conditioning and refrigeration systems is given by a list of "refrigeration and air conditioning" for each location, which is updated annually. Due to the large number of systems, a loss of 5% of the filling volume of the system is considered. For example, for a filling volume of 20 kg cooling medium, a loss of 5%, which equals to 1 kg, would be considered. Only for this 1 kg of cooling medium loss per year, the emissions are calculated.

1.4

Thermal processes

Leased cooling systems such as in the location Sweden are not considered. The use of process gases in the heat treatment and electroplating plant is considered. These are methanol, propane and ammonia. Natural gas, which was to be used in the heat treatment, washing plant and electroplating plant, was taken into account in Scope 1.1. This prevents duplication of the data. Database are SAP evaluations. This category of scopes is only considered at the locations Tambach and Untere Bienhecke. Further emissions, e.g. natural gas consumption for processes in Mexico and Turkey is included in the Scope 1 category.

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Scope 2 – Indirect GHG emissions from the use of purchased electricity 2.1

Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity

The electricity consumption of the location is considered. Data basis are invoices of the electricity network supplier. Data processing takes place in the department UAG. For EJOT Mexico, Poland, Turkey, Switzerland and Sweden, the transmission is made by the local Environmental Management Officer to the UAG department.

2.2

Indirect emissions from the use of district heating and cooling

Energy measuring system in Poland. This scope category refers only to the location in Sweden. The indirect emissions from long-distance-heating are considered.

2.3

Indirect emissions from the use of steam

Scope category

Description acc. to GHG Protocol

Currently correct data collection is not possible. One part of the building is rented and only the total consumption of long-distance-heatingheating is known. This data consumption of long -distance-heating is then proportionally converted to the rented area. Not applicable to EJOT.

Description of operational boundaries

Scope 3 - Other indirect GHG emissions upstream the value chain (only for Germany) 3.1

Purchased goods and services

Purchased wire, purchased granules, cleaners, oils and greases, chemicals are considered. Only indications of weight are considered [kg, g, Liter]. For the location Stockwiese additionally purchased products [g, kg, liter] is considered. Services are not considered. Database are SAP evaluations. Purchased machines, office and business equipment and computer hardware and software which are listed as such, are considered. Database are SAP evaluations.

3.2

Fixed assets

3.3

Fuel and energy related activities

For this scope the basis is natural gas and electricity consumption from Scope 1 and 2.

3.4

Upstream transportation and distribution

The basis for this category is the data from scope 3.1 category and the evaluations by the SAP application software. Distances from the supplier to the EJOT location are determined using the Google maps distance calculator. In this case the shortest distance is always assumed.

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Scope category

Description acc. to GHG Protocol

Description of operational boundaries

Scope 3 – Andere indirekte Emissionen vorgelagerte WertschÜpfungskette (nur Deutschland) 3.5

Waste generated in operations

The basis is the annually waste register.

3.6

Business travel

Only flights are considered. The distance between the airports is determined by the distance calculator luftlinie.org. The distances from the EJOT location to the airport or from the airport to the direct destination are not included. Domestic flights, long distance and short distance flights are considered separately. For the emission factors of air travel, 9% are added to the distance in order to map additionally traveled distances (for example re-routing, waiting loops). In addition, this value is multiplied by a Radiative Forcing Index (RFI index) of 1.9, which reflects the increased impact of air traffic emissions.

3.7

Employee commuting

The distance from the home of the employee to her or his workplace is considered. The basis is 220 working days. Return trip is considered. Due to the large number of employees in Germany, the percentage change in the number of employees to the mean average distance is calculated for the first time in 2018. Example: Average distance employee to work place round trip is 10 km. There are 100 more employees compared to 2017. So 100 people * 10 km = 1000 pkm more must be considered in the collection of emissions. It is assumed that every employee drives to work by car, this means, carpooling, cycling, walking, etc. are not taken into account.

3.8

Upstream leased assets

Is not charged.

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Scope category

Description acc. to GHG Protocol

Description of operational boundaries

Scope 3 - Other indirect GHG emissions downstream the value chain (only for Germany) 3.9

Downstream transportation and distribution

Only delivery locations Baubefestigungen, Herrenwiese and Adolf-BĂśhl-StraĂ&#x;e are considered. Due to the large number of customers only customers with 50,000 Euros net sales / year are considered. The data is based on SAP evaluations. The distance calculator used for the road is Google Maps. The distance calculator used for shipping overseas is searates.com/de/reference/portdistance. For the determination of the distance for overseas the port of Hamburg is accepted as the starting port. The destination port is the overseas port proposed by searates.com. The distance from the delivery depot to the port of Hamburg is calculated via google maps. The distance from the overseas port to the customer also describes searates.com. This route is also designated as a truck route.

3.10

Processing of sold products

Is not considered.

3.11

Use of sold products

Is not considered.

3.12

End-of-life treatment of sold products

Emissions from the disposal of sold products are only based on the material. This means emissions from waste, plastic and metal. The quantities from Scope 3.9 are used accordingly.

3.13

Downstream leased assets

Is not considered.

3.14

Franchises

Is not considered.

3.15

Investments

Is not considered.

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4.4. General remarks In order to make the efficiency measures to reduce emissions visible, a new strategic group indicator was defined in December 2018 by the EJOT holding company management. The aim is to influence directly parameters such as electricity, production output, used granulate and shipping volume. In order to achieve this, projects will be launched from 2019, which should have a positive influence on these parameters. CO2e electricity / production output CO2e electricity / used granules CO2e electricity / shipment volumes

Indicator metal processing plants: Indicator plastic processing plants: Indicator distribution company:

This key figure is valid from 01.01.2019 for the German as well as for the international locations according to EJOT scope and is communicated with the management. Retroactive effect until 2016, the key figures shown above for the selected locations will be determined. The locations Herrengarten and Kurhaus as well as the EJOT Holding are not considered in this evaluation. A comparison of the reporting year with the basic year is based on current emission factors. After consultation with the Coordinator for environment (KUA), the emission factor for electricity Germany was not adjusted to the current value of the electricity network operator. The general emission factor for the electricity mix Germany, which was transmitted in 2008 to the central department for environment (UAG), will be used in future. The emission factor of our electricity network operator is currently 348 g/kWh (0.348 kg/kWh) and dates are from 2015. However, the emission factor of 0.576 kg/kWh is used. The emission factors of the foreign locations were checked by the local managers. These emission factors refer only to Scope 1 and 2 categories.

5. Reporting period The report basically refers to the data ascertainment for the period from Jan 1st. until Dec 31th. The greenhouse gas emissions are collected for the period from Jan 1st, 2018 until Dec 31th, 2018.

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6. Environmental- and Energy Management 6.1. Our energy projects • • • • • • • •

Heat recovery systems at all ventilation systems Renewal and optimization of compressed air systems Renewal of lighting systems Implementation of energy efficiency analysis for better transparency of significant energy use areas Implementation and expansion of energy measurement systems Consideration of the energy saving law for building projects Optimization of available data to energy flows other projects see special location

6.2. Our environmental projects • • • • • • •

Implementation of environmental officers at every German production site Internal communication of energy efficiency measures and key figures by different shopfloor management levels Increasing environmental awareness by internal trainings und emergency exercise Scrap reduction projects Projects to avoid and / or reduce hazardous waste Continuous improvement of waste management Continuous monitoring of all environmental and energy data

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7. Results of the Corporate Carbon Footprint 7.1. Total CO2e emissions Germany 7.1.1. Significant emission sources Among the most significant and directly influenceable emission sources are direct emissions from combustion processes of stationary plants (Scope1) and indirect emissions from purchased electricity (Scope 2). Other significant and directly influenceable sources of emissions are purchased goods, e.g. granules and wire (Scope 3.1). The following figures describes for EJOT Germany metalworking locations total emissions from electricity consumption respectively electricity and natural gas consumption in relation to production output, as well as the total emissions from electricity consumption respectively electricity and natural gas consumption of EJOT Germany plastics processing locations in relation to used granules. It should be noted that the natural gas consumption in addition to production heat is also caused by the weather, which could be influenced only conditionally. E.g. we use natural gas in washing, hardening and electroplating plants.

- 9%

less emissions Scope 2 to total production output compared to 2016

- 2,5%

less emissions Scope 2 to used granules compared to 2016

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7.1.2. What did we achieve? •

Efficiency analysis and the continuous expansion of energy measurement systems make energy hotspots in the various locations visible.

The replacement of old technology and the use of new energy-efficient machines is regulated and monitored by our strategic purchasing department

To reduce emissions from electricity consumption, compressed air optimization measures are being pursued at all production locations.

Although total emissions in recent years at the German locations have risen due to economic growth steadily we were able to influence emissions from electricity consumption to production output respectively to the granules used by numerous energy saving projects positively.

Compared to 2016, the relative KPI fell by 9% in the metalworking locations. At the plastics processing locations, the ratio fell by 2,5% compared to 2016.

Increased video and telephone conferences instead of air travel.

7.1.3. Other significant emission sources for EJOT Germany In the Scope 3 category, which describes the upstream and downstream value chain, the following significant emission sources should be mentioned: •

Scope 3.1: Emissions purchased goods;

+ 54% + 14%

vs 2013 vs 2017

Scope 3.2: Emissions capital goods;

+ 3% + 44%

vs 2013 vs 2017

Scope 3.3: Emissons fuel- and energy-related activities;

+ 21% + 11%

vs 2013 vs 2017

Scope 3.6: Emissions business travel;

- 48% - 83%

vs 2013 vs 2017

Scope 3.7: Emissions employee commuting;

+ 28% - 3%

vs 2013 vs 2017

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7.2.

Emissions of the location In der Aue

Number of employees on 31.12.2018: 107 Machine assembly amongst others: Welding, hardening, heading, rolling, sharpening, washing

7.2.1. Significant emission sources of the location In der Aue The most significant and directly influenceable emission source at the location In der Aue are emissions from purchased electricity (Scope 2). Another important source of emissions is purchased wire (Scope 3.1). Both scope categories are included in the new strategic EJOgreen Group Indicator, which was agreed in December 2018 by the EJOT Holding Management. The aim is to influence this key figure at all metal and plastic processing locations by operative programs. In order to identify significant energy hotspots, an energy efficiency analysis was carried out in 2018 by a specialist company. In the meantime, hardening and welding plants as well as various washing and waxing plants are being measured. Looking at the Big 5 of all European EJOT electricity consumers based on an energy management system ISO 50001, the location In der Aue occupies 5th place with approximately 9% of total consumption. At the location In the Aue, production increased by approximately 3% compared to 2016. The strategic indicator "CO2e electricity / production output" could be improved by about 5% in 2018 compared to 2017.

+ 3%

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+/- 0%

unchanged strategic indicator

compared to 2016

7.2.2. What did we achieve? • •

In 2018 an energy efficiency analysis was carried out by a specialist company at the location, which made some potentials for saving energy visible. Meanwhile, 12 plants are detected energy measurement. These include energyintensive washing and hardening systems.

7.2.3. The following projects are still in conversion time or in planning • •

Recording of further relevant and influenceable departments Development of programs to use electricity more efficiently respectively to influence production posetively

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7.3.

Emissions of the location Untere Bienhecke

Number of employees on 31.12.2018: 102 Machine assembly amongst others: Tempering, electroplanting, heading, rolling, washing

7.3.1. Significant emission sources of the location Untere Bienhecke The most significant and directly influenceable emission sources at the location Untere Bienhecke are emissions from purchased electricity (Scope 2) and direct emissions from natural gas consumption (Scope 1.1). Another significant indirect emission source is purchased wire (Scope 3.1). At the location Untere Bienhecke, several major plants have been equipped with energy meters in recent years. These records, for example, the heat flows at the hardening furnaces, electroplating and washing plants. It will continue to be a goal to identify factors in order to have a positive influence on the strategic key figure. In recent years, there were repeated to restructuring measures at the locations Untere Bienhecke and Herrenwiese. This is also visible in the graphics to total emissions. See comment on the location Herrenwiese. Looking at the Big 5 of all European EJOT electricity consumers based on an energy management system ISO 50001, the location Untere Bienhecke occupies 3rd place with approximately 11% of total electricity consumption. Among the European EJOT natural gas consumers, the location also ranks 3rd place with approximately 14% of total natural gas consumption.

- 8%

less emissions Scope 1, 2 and 3 compared to 2016

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- 3,5%

less emissions Scope 2

to total production output compared to 2016

7.3.2. What did we achieve? •

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Project Saving and monitoring of compressed air: installation of economy nozzles on production machines and plants; compressed air stop at machine standstill; continuous verification of leaks; optimization of compressed air consumption at the sludge filter presses Replacement of the old bulbs in the existing luminaires of the office area with energyefficient LED lighting At constant / higher illuminance an energy saving of approximately 34% could be achieved Two old heating pumps were replaced by high efficiency heating pumps

7.3.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning • • • •

Lamps of the car park lighting will be replaced by LED lamps Market observation for possible replacement of the old bulbs in the existing lighting fixtures of the production halls Follow-up of the project "Saving and monitoring of compressed air" with new target number for 2019 Control of the machine working lights via selector switch 5/30 minutes / off.

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7.4.

Emissions of the location Herrenwiese

Number of employees on 31.12.2018: 669 Machine assembly amongst others: Special plants, sorting, heading, rolling, washing, shipping

7.4.1. Significant emission sources of the location Herrenwiese The most significant and directly influenceable emission sources at the location Herrenwiese are emissions from incineration processes of stationary plants (Scope 1) and emissions from purchased electricity (Scope 2). Another important emission source is purchased wire (Scope 3.1). Natural gas is needed at this location in addition to weather-related heating system for the combined heat and power plant and washing machine. All mentioned equipment are determined by measurement. The location Herrenwiese ranks the 2nd place among the Big 5 of all European EJOT locations, with approximately 21% of total electricity consumption. With 16% of total natural gas consumption, the location among the Big 5 also occupies the 2nd place. Thus, the location Herrenwiese is one of the most important locations of the EJOT Group. The aim in the future will be to influence the main emission sources further positively. In recent years, there were repeated to restructuring measures at the locations Untere Bienhecke and Herrenwiese which are also visible in the evaluations of the total emissions. The turnover of both locations will be considered together. Compared to 2016, the turnover increased by approximately 18%. The very good development of the strategic key figure "CO2e electricity / total production output" is also due to the use of the combined heat and power plant. This entire produced electricity will be fed into the EJOT power grid of the Herrenwiese location.

+ 3%

Increase total emissions Scope 1, 2 and 3 compared to 2016

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- 21%

Less emissions Scope 2

in total production output compared to 2016

7.4.2. What did we achieve? • •

Energy efficiency analysis of heating and ventilation systems as well as combined heat and power plant Optimization of compressed air systems

7.4.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning • • • •

Further optimization programs in compressed air production and in the departments Project ventilation systems Project heat distribution and heat recovery Project LED lighting system

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7.5.

Emissions of the location Tambach

Number of employees on 31.12.2018: 532 Machine assembly amongst others: Tempering, electronplanting, heading, chaining, rolling, washing, sorting, insert molding, friction welding

7.5.1. Significant emission sources of the location Tambach Significant and directly influenced emission sources at the location Tambach are emissions from combustion processes stationary plants (Scope 1) and emissions from purchased electricity (Scope 2). Natural gas is needed for stationary heating systems and dark radiators as well as for the electroplating plant and the combined heat and power plant. Another important and directly influenceable emission source is purchased wire (Scope 3.1). The location Tambach ranks 1st among the Big 5 of all European EJOT locations with approximately 30% of total electricity consumption. With approximately 50% of the total natural gas consumption, the location is the largest hardening site among the Big 5 also occupies 1st place. In recent years, the location has been continuously expanded. Plants, such the “new media center for the storage of flammable gases�, put into operation in early 2018. Compared to 2016, the total production volume increased by 5%. The turnover increased by 13% compared to 2016.

+ 21%

Increase in total emissions

Scope 1, 2 and 3 compared to 2016

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+ 7%

Increase in strategic indicator

compared to 2016

7.5.2. What did we achieve? • • •

The shipping area has been equipped with new LED lighting In 2018, a new media center for flammable gases was put into operation Installation of an energy measuring system on all new machines

7.5.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning • • • • • •

A new compressed air system is planned for the entire location Tambach A cooling system is planned for the hardening shop and surface treatment Heat recovery in connection with the commissioning of a new furnace. Compressed air detection with a measuring system in the business division EJOWELD Reduction of power consumption in toolmaking, warehousing and shipping, as well as in the production of the business devision EJOSYST Reduction of plastic waste

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7.6.

Emissions of the location Adolf-Böhl-Straße

Number of employees on 31.12.2018: 163 Machine assembly amongst others: Insert molding and other plastic processing plants

7.6.1. Significant emission sources of the location Adolf-Böhl-Straße The most significant and directly influenceable emission sources at the location Adolf-BöhlStraße are emissions from purchased electricity (Scope 2) as well as purchased goods, predominantly granules (Scope 3.1). Compared to 2016, the turnover increased by 10%. The production volume increased by 7% compared to 2016. Approximately 18% more granules were used than in 2016. In order to reduce scrap quantities, operational targets were set for 2019.

+ 10% Increase in turnover

compared to 2016

- 2%

Improvement of strategic indicator compared to 2016

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7.6.2. What did we achieve? •

In 2018, gas heating in toolmaking and in production hall 2 was replaced by air conditioning. This air conditioning runs partly over the existing cooling towers and is supported by peak loads in summer by a chiller, in winter by the heating. Installation of a shading in hall 1

7.6.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning • • •

7.7.

Optimization or renewal of the compressed air system Air conditioning of production halls: The aim is to stabilize the associated processes in order to reduce waste, save material and conserve energy Installation of a new LED lighting system manufacturing insert molding. For this project about 40.000 Euro were provided. By replacing approximately 330 lamps with a stateof-the-art LED lighting system, according to a profitability calculation, it is possible to save up to 55% in energy costs per year compared to LED lamps. This type of technology is also characterized by a long service life and low maintenance and repair costs.

Emissions of the locations Stockwiese und Lahnuferstraße

Number of employees on 31.12.2018: 224 Location Stockwiese: Distribution Machine assembly amongst others: Powder spray coating, sorting Location Lahnuferstraße Machine assembly amongst others: Building fastening

7.7.1. Significant emission sources of the locations Stockwiese und Lahnuferstraße According to our evaluation list "Environmental Aspects Germany", there are no significant emission sources at the locations Stockwiese and Lahnufertraße. All emissions from Scopes 1 and 2 are below the 500 t / year. However, measures to reduce emissions are continuously monitored and evaluated by our special departments. Compared to 2016, the turnover increased by 10%. Because of the small size the location Lahnufertaße will not be considered at this point, but listed in the annex.

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- 5%

less emissions Scope 1, 2 and 3 total compared to 2016

+ 10%

Increase in turnover

compared to 2016

7.7.2. What did we achieve? • •

Project LED conversion - administration of old building to 100% Project air pressure reduction in the assembly machines and in the powder coating

7.7.3. The following projects are still in conversion or in planning • • •

Project LED conversion of high-bay warehouse (already implemented in January 2019) Project LED conversion Hall A is planned for summer 2019 Follow-up of the project “Reduction of compressed air in the assembly machines and in the powder coating”

After conversion to LED lighting, a saving of about 21.000 Euro / year is expected

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7.8. Total emissions at our international locations Only emissions from Scope 1, direct emissions and Scope 2, indirect emissions are considered. Scope 3 Emissions from the upstream and downstream value chain currently are not considered at the international locations. 7.8.1. EJOT ATF Mexico Number of employees on 31.12.2018: 176 Machine assembly amongst others: Tempering, heading, rolling, washing

7.8.1.1.

Significant emissions sources at EJOT ATF Mexiko

Significant emission sources at the location Mexico are direct emissions, natural gas consumption (Scope 1) and indirect emissions from purchased electricity (Scope 2). Natural gas consumption is included exclusively in production. Compared to 2016, production increased by 43%. In 2018 another hardening furnace was installed. Gross profit increased by about 30% compared to 2016. This percentage refers to the currency US Dollar.

+ 30%

Increase of gross profit (USD) compared to 2016

- 14%

Improvement of strategic indicator compared to 2016

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7.8.1.2. • • • •

In 2018 the heat treatment process started to operate to 100%: Lower temperatures of heat treatment on weekends and holiday 2.800 m² new production rea New machines were installed (5 heading, 3 rolling, 1 air compressor) Check list in all areas at weekend and holidays to ensure that equipment is turn off, included offices (computer, air conditioner, etc.).

7.8.1.3. •

• •

What did we achieve?

The following projects are still in conversion or in work

In 2019 we will include 1 compressor and 3 heading machines Project of air leak detection Legal requirement network code (series of technical conditions for the interconnection to the electrical network, for the efficient use of electrical energy)

7.8.2. EJOT Turkey Number of employees on 31.12.2018: 126 (only workers) +31% vs 2016 Machine assembly amongst others: Tempering, galvanic, heading, rolling, washing, sorting

7.8.2.1.

Significant emission sources at EJOT Turkey

Significant emission sources at our location in Turkey are direct emissions of natural gas (Scope 1) and indirect emissions of purchased electricity (Scope 2). Natural gas consumption is included exclusively in production. The turnover of self-produced products (excluding goods for resale) increased by 46% compared to 2016. We have invested in 7 new heading machines, 9 rolling machines and 4 sorting machines. Due to the good economic situation, among other things, a new hardening furnace was installed. As a result, emissions from natural gas and electricity consumption increased over the past two years. Production increased by approx. 43% compared to 2016, while electricity consumption increased by only 33%, and natural gas consumption even fell by approximately 6% compared to 2016. The positive energy balance compared to the increased productivity is also due to the complete renovation of one of the two hardening furnaces.

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+ 46%

Increase of turnover compared to 2016

25%

Improvement of strategic indicator electricity and natural gas to the production output compared to 2016

7.8.2.2. •

Continuous process optimization in the area of hardening Complete renovation of one hardening furnaces

7.8.2.3. •

• •

What did we achieve?

The following projects are still in conversion or in planning

Reduction of fresh oil Reduction of metal scrap Internal audits to improve cleanliness and environmental awareness

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7.8.3. EJOT Poland Number of employees on 31.12.2018: 246 Machine assembly amongst others: Insert molding and other plastic processing plants

7.8.3.1.

Significant emissions sources at EJOT Poland

The most significant emission source in Poland is emissions from purchased electricity (Scope 2). Due to the good economic situation, production could be increased many times over. Used granules increased by 29% compared to 2016. Emissions from electricity consumption increased by about 40% compared to 2016. Reasons for this increase are extensive construction measures. The site has been expanded to include a new production hall of more than 3.000 m², as well as office space of more than 1.000 m². The gross profit increased by 17% compared to 2016. Total emissions from Scope 1 and 2 increased by approximately 37% compared to 2016. The above-mentioned construction work in 2016 and 2017 influenced the relative ratio of electricity to the granules used. However, the ratio was positively influenced in 2018 compared to 2017 (-1.6%). The reason is numerous programs to reduce emissions from electricity consumption. Currently, Poland still derives most of its electricity from coal, which leads to a relatively high emission factor compared to other european countries.

+ 29%

Increase of used granules

compared to 2016

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+ 17%

Increase of gross profit

compared to 2016

7.8.3.2. •

Reduction of compressed air consumption by installing electromagnetic valves in the pneumatic compressed air system. This measure results in an energy saving of approximately 1%, which corresponds to approximately 2.5 t CO2e. By optimizing the operating parameters of the compressor, it has been possible to optimize energy consumption and reduce operating costs. Continuous maintenance of the compressors and the pneumatic system also means that the pressure in the network can be maintained constant. In addition, two waste reduction targets have been identified: in cooperation with a specialized company that deals with rental and service of textile cleaning cloths, both cost and environmental factors have been considered. The new cloths can be washed and reused up to 50 times. Another goal was the reduction of waste cardboard, which results from the packaging of semi-finished products. By purchasing plastic boxes, waste paper was reduced by 10% compared to 2017. The investment costs will have already paid off in 20 months.

7.8.3.3. •

What did we achieve?

The following projects are still in conversion or in planning

The connection of a special measuring system to a reporting system for analyzing the energy monitoring of individual machines is planned for autumn 2019. Such a data connection makes it possible to calculate the energy consumption for a particular article on a specific machine. Also, a comparison of the energy efficiency between different machines, but the same article, is possible.

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7.8.4. EJOT Switzerland AG Number of employees on 31.12.2018: 79,5 Machine assembly amongst others: Insert molding and other plastic processing plants

7.8.4.1.

Significant emission sources at EJOT Switzerland AG

The location Switzerland has no significant emission source, which is over 500t CO2e per year. This is mainly due to the low emission factor. The electricity mix in Switzerland is largely made up of climate-friendly nuclear energy and a high proportion of hydropower. Despite the climate-friendly Swiss electricity mix, EJOT Schweiz AG is considered a largescale consumer. As such, it was agreed with the federal government that over a period of 10 years, 2% / year of energy should be saved. In order to achieve this goal, several projects have been implemented, are under construction or in the planning stage.

- 4%

less emissions Scope 1 and 2 with the same amount of granules compared to base year 2017

- 12%

Improvement of strategic indicator

gegenĂźber 2016

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7.8.4.2. •

Lighting assembly / production / workshop: Fluorescent tubes have been completely replaced by LED retrofit tubes

7.8.4.3. • • • •

What did we achieve?

The following projects are still in conversion or in planning

Office lighting: Fluorescent tubes are replaced by LED retrofit tubes - there are only a few fluorescent tubes left. Replacement of an old transformer station Switch off all vibratory conveyors with blown air and switch to side channel blower. Checking leaks in the compressed air network in the spring of 2019

7.8.5. EJOT Sweden AB Number of employees on 31.12.2018: 45 Distribution company

7.8.5.1.

Significant emission sources at EJOT Sweden AB

The location Sweden is a distribution center and responsible for the supply of mechanical fasteners. In addition to the trading business, technical advice is one of the core tasks of the location. As this is a rented building, which has a very good building substance, so the possibilities for saving energy are very low.

+34%

Increase of gross profit compared to 2016

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7.8.5.2. •

In 2018 we reduced mixed waste in special areas of the location

7.8.5.3. •

What did we achieve?

The following projects are still in conversion or in planning

Reduction of mixed waste and better waste handling

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8. Assumptions and uncertainties 8.1. EJOT Germany

Scope 1.1 Direct emissions from combustion processes of stationary plants [Natural gas consumption]: There are uncertainties in data transmission. A central query of natural gas consumption by the department UAG is not possible yet. Scope 1.3 Fugitive emissions: intentional or unintentional releases [emission losses due to leakage in refrigeration systems]: Due to the large number of refrigeration and air conditioning systems, a general loss of 5% per year and system volume was assumed. All refrigeration and air conditioning systems, which are listed in a documentation for legal requirements, are considered. The age of the system is no longer considered, because older systems are gradually being replaced by new technology. Scope 3.1 Purchased wire, purchased granules, cleaners, oils and greases, chemicals are considered: Furthermore, purchased products for the location Stockwiese. Only amounts by weight are considered. Liter is converted into kilograms. Amounts, which are listed in quantities or bottles in the data transfer, are not considered. Scope 3.2 Fixed assets: Emission database: eiolca.net Current model is the US 2002 Benchmark, which is a Producer Price Model. Uncertainties exist in the choice of sectors of the database. Scope 3.4 Upstream transportation and distribution: Distances from the supplier to the EJOT location were calculated by using the distance calculator google maps. No collecting trips were considered. Possible approaches of a supplier on the same day to several locations could not be considered due to the data situation. No additional taxi rides are considered. Scope 3.6 Business travel: The distance calculator luftlinie.org was used for flights. Destinations for stopovers could not be considered. Rail travel, taxi or rental car were not considered. Scope 3.7 Employee commuting: For the commuting of employees, the distance calculator google maps was used. No carpools were considered. Commuting on foot or by bike could not be taken into account. As a basis for calculation, it was assumed that 1 employee works on average 220 days per year. Inactive periods due to sickness absenteeism were not considered.

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Scope 3.9 Downstream transportation and distribution: At European level, trucks were chosen as the means of transport. For overseas trips, ships were chosen as the means of transport. The port of Hamburg was chosen as the German port. As the overseas port, the nearest and largest port to the customer was always chosen. Also included were the direct trips by lorry Example: Tour from the EJOT location to the port of Hamburg by truck. Tour from the German port to the overseas port by ship. Tour from the overseas port to the customer by truck. The uncertainty generally exists in the chosen route. Due to the large number of customers, an annual limit of 50.000 Euro turnover net was chosen. Other customers below this limit were not considered. Scope 3.12 Disposal of sold products: This scope refers directly to Scope 3.9. Therefore, only customers with a net annual turnover starting at 50.000 Euro were considered. All other customers below this limit were disregarded. Another uncertainty is the actual disposal of the products by the customer

8.2. International EJOT locations Only Scope 1 and 2 categories were surveyed, which are applicable for the locations in Mexico, Poland, Turkey, Switzerland and Sweden. The data are entered in lists by the responsible environmental management officer and send to the central department UAG in Germany. Possible uncertainties could exist when entering the data in the template lists.

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10. Contact EJOT Holding GmbH & Co. KG Im Herrengarten 1 D-57319 Bad Berleburg Germany Heiko Stรถtzel Coordinator Environment and Safety Phone: e-mail:

+49 2751 529 243 HStoetzel@ejot.com

Claudia Schrรถder Coordinator Environment and Safety Author CCF-Report Phone: e-mail:

+49 2751 529 6900 CSchroeder@ejot.com

Internet:

www.ejot.com

11. List of abbreviations Abbreviations

Description

CCF CO2e KUA

Corporate Carbon Footprint Carbon dioxide equivalent Coordinator for environment

GHG Protocol GWP

Greenhouse Gas Protocol Global Warming Potential

KPI LED SAP

Key Process Indicator Light-emitting diode Beleuchtungssystem Software for business processes

UAG RFI-Index vs

Department environment EJOT Holding Deutschland Radiative Forcing Index versus

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12. Annex CCF Report 2018 Organisation Germany total

Scope acc. GHG 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2.1 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.9 3.12

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Direct emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and employees Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Direct emissions: Physical or chemical processing Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions: Purchased goods and services Indirect emissions: Capital goods Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energyrelated activities Indirect emissions: Upstream transportation and distribution Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting Indirect emissions: Upstream transportation and distribution Indirect emissions: End-of-life treatment of sold products

Sum Germany Organisation In der Aue

Scope acc. GHG 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Direct emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and employees Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions: Purchased goods and services Indirect emissions: Capital goods Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energyrelated activities Indirect emissions: Upstream transportation and distribution Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting

Sum In der Aue

41

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

4.995

5.141

5.439

1.040

973

1.105

57

60

64

0,1

0,1

0,1

19.814

21.180

21.555

20.564

18.805

21.367

5.014

6.122

8.808

2.047

2.145

2.229

1.101

821

864

120

107

116

693

1.824

311

1.758

2.251

2.176

935

1.213

1.131

299

358

368

58.437

61.001

65.533

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

157

172

255

25

45

66

9

5

5

2.251

2.389

2.341

2.121

1.822

1.925

376

566

415

143

153

169

112

74

58

13

13

13

5

1

6

155

135

132

5.366

5.376

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Organisation Untere Bienhecke

Scope acc. GHG 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2.1 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Direct emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and employees Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Direct emissions: Physical or chemical processing Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions: Purchased goods and services Indirect emissions: Capital goods Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energyrelated activities Indirect emissions: Upstream transportation and distribution Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting

Sum Untere Bienhecke Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

Herrenwiese

1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.9 3.12

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Direct emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and employees Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions: Purchased goods and services Indirect emissions: Capital goods Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energyrelated activities Indirect emissions: Upstream transportation and distribution Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting Indirect emissions: Upstream transportation and distribution Indirect emissions: End-of-life treatment of sold products

Sum Herrenwiese Organisation Tambach

Scope acc. GHG 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2.1 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7

Sum Tambach

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Direct emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and employees Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Direct emissions: Physical or chemical processing Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions: Purchased goods and services Indirect emissions: Capital goods Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energyrelated activities Indirect emissions: Upstream transportation and distribution Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting

42

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

755

818

806

136

93

115

17

15

15

0,1

0,1

0,1

3.665

3.651

3.598

603

411

18

177

282

282

342

355

350

45

15

6

23

20

22

82

54

54

214

286

301

6.058

5.999

5.567

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

934

1.014

932

283

259

316

8

11

16

4.491

4.854

5.243

8.970

6.624

7.273

1.066

2.710

2.352

421

456

457

561

408

480

36

44

51

101

102

46

530

768

691

740

928

848

206

228

234

18.348

18.406

18.941

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

2.656

2.666

2.963

88

115

130

7

17

17

0,0

0,0

0,0

7.110

7.850

7.828

7.616

8.890

8.221

1.647

1.403

4.413

922

960

1.023

337

242

249

41

23

24

52

45

34

312

370

358

20.788

22.583

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Organisation Adolf-Böhl-Straße

Scope acc. GHG 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.9 3.12

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Direct emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and employees Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions: Purchased goods and services Indirect emissions: Capital goods Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energyrelated activities Indirect emissions: Upstream transportation and distribution Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting Indirect emissions: Upstream transportation and distribution Indirect emissions: End-of-life treatment of sold products

Sum Adolf-Böhl-Straße Organisation Stockwiese / Lahnuferstraße

Scope acc. GHG 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.9 3.12

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Direct emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and employees Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions: Purchased goods and services Indirect emissions: Capital goods Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energyrelated activities Indirect emissions: Upstream transportation and distribution Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting Indirect emissions: Upstream transportation and distribution Indirect emissions: End-of-life treatment of sold products

Sum Stockwiese / Lahnuferstraße Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

Herrengarten / Kurhaus

1.1 2.1 3.3 3.5 3.7

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energyrelated activities Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Employee commuting

Sum Herrengarten / Kurhaus Organisation Holding

Sum Holding

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

178

176

220

67

44

41

10

5

5

1.795

1.930

2.031

1.123

928

1.005

754

872

859

126

132

146

46

79

42

4

3

3

61

56

22

118

144

134

48

134

110

13

41

33

4.342

4.544

4.651

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

203

196

160

323

294

320

5

5

5

437

446

453

130

130

157

147

102

79

65

64

47

0

3

5

4

3

3

88

767

32

220

281

296

147

151

173

80

90

101

1.850

2.532

1.829

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

111

100

104

65

60

60

27

25

25

0,2

0,1

0,2

204

184

190

Scope acc. GHG

Description acc. GHG-Protocol

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

1.2

Direct emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and

111

125

117

3.2

Indirect emissions: Capital goods

848

187

384

3.6

Indirect emissions: Business travel

305

799

117

3.7

Indirect emissions: Employee commuting

210

266

264

1.474

1.377

882

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Organisation Mexiko

Scope acc. GHG 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Direct emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity

Sum Mexiko Organisation Polen

Scope acc. GHG 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Direct emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity

Sum Polen Organisation Türkei

Scope acc. GHG 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Direct emissions: Transportation of materials, products, waste, and employees Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity

Sum Türkei Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

Schweiz

1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions of incineration processes of stationary plants Direct emissions:Transportation of materials, products, waste, and Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity

Sum Schweiz Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

Schweden

1.2 2.1 2.2

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direkte Emissionen aus Verbrennungsprozessen mobiler Indirekte Emissionen aus gekauftem Strom Indirekte Emissionen aus Fernwärme

Sum Sweden

44

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] Basic year 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

394

513

970

51

56

75

0

0

1

818

819

1.002

1.262

1.388

2.048

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] Basic year 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

98

94

96

210

214

189

3

3

16

2.030

2.673

2.871

2.341

2.985

3.172

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] Basic year 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

1.448

1.383

1.361

157

169

278

4

4

4

773

935

1.033

2.382

2.491

2.676

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] Basic year 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

49

71

53

51

67

81

14

14

14

84

92

87

198

244

235

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] Basic year 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

105

124

10

10

113

91

228

225

Profile for ejotsverige

Corporate Carbon Footprint Report 2018  

Corporate Carbon Footprint Report 2018