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Table of contents 1.

PREFACE

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STANDARDS

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SCOPE OF APPLICATION

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SYSTEM BOUNDARIES

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4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4.

SYSTEM BOUNDARIES OF THE COMPANY OPERATIONAL SYSTEM BOUNDARIES OF THE SCOPE CATEGORIES OPERATIONAL BOUNDARIES OF SCOPE 1, 2 AND 3 SUB-CATEGORIES GENERAL REMARKS:

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REPORTING PERIOD

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RESULTS OF THE CORPORATE CARBON FOOTPRINT

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6.1. DQS PRE-AUDIT JUNE 2019 6.1.1. Total CO2e emissions Germany 6.1.2. Significant emission sources 6.1.2.1. Emissions natural gas 6.1.2.2. Scope 2.1 Emissions electricity 6.1.3. What have we achieved? 6.1.4. Further significant emission sources 6.2. EMISSIONS PLANT IN DER AUE 6.2.1. Total CO2e plant In der Aue 6.2.2. Significant emission sources plant In der Aue 6.2.3. What have we achieved? 6.2.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning 6.3. EMISSIONS PLANT UNTERE BIENHECKE 6.3.1. Total CO2e plant Untere Bienhecke 6.3.2. Significant emission sources plant Untere Bienhecke 6.3.3. What have we achieved? 6.3.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning 6.4. EMISSIONS PLANT HERRENWIESE 6.4.1. Total CO2e plant Herrenwiese 6.4.2. Significant emission sources plant Herrenwiese 6.4.3. What have we achieved? 6.4.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning 6.5. EMISSIONS PLANT TAMBACH 6.5.1. Total CO2e plant Tambach 6.5.2. Significant emission sources plant Tambach 6.5.3. What have we achieved? 6.5.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning 6.6. EMISSIONS PLANT ADOLF-BÖHL-STRAßE 6.6.1. Total CO2e plant Adolf-Böhl-Straße 6.6.2. Significant emission sources plant Adolf-Böhl-Straße 6.6.3. What have we achieved? 6.6.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning 6.7. EMISSIONS PLANT STOCKWIESE AND LAHNUFERSTRAßE 6.7.1. Total CO2e plant Stockwiese and Lahnuferstraße 6.7.2. Significant emission sources plant Stockwiese and Lahnuferstraße 6.7.3. What have we achieved? 6.7.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning 6.8. EMISSIONS EJOT HOLDING 6.8.1. Total CO2e EJOT Holding 6.9. TOTAL EMISSIONS INTERNATIONAL LOCATIONS 6.9.1. EJOT ATF Mexico 1

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6.9.2. 6.9.2.1. 6.9.2.2. 6.9.2.3. 6.9.3. 6.9.4. 6.9.4.1. 6.9.4.2. 6.9.5. 6.9.6. 6.9.6.1. 6.9.6.2. 6.9.6.3. 6.9.7. 6.9.8. 6.9.8.1. 6.9.8.2. 6.9.8.3. 6.9.9. 6.9.10. 6.9.11. 6.9.11.1. 6.9.11.2. 6.9.11.3. 7.

Total CO2e EJOT ATF Mexico Significant emission sources EJOT ATF Mexico What have we achieved? The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning EJOT Tezmak Total CO2e EJOT Tezmak Significant emission sources EJOT Tezmak What have we achieved? EJOT Polska Total CO2e EJOT Polska Significant emission sources EJOT Polska What have we achieved? The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning EJOT Schweiz AG Total CO2e EJOT Schweiz AG Significant emission sources EJOT Schweiz AG What have we achieved? The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning EJOT Sverige AB Total CO2e EJOT Sverige AB EJOT Taicang China Significant emission sources EJOT Taicang China What have we achieved? The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning

ASSUMPTIONS AND UNCERTAINTIES 7.1. 7.2.

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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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APPENDIX TO THE CCF REPORT 2019

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1. Preface Dear readers, As a company with global operations we bear responsibility for our employees, business partners and succeeding generations in line with our sustainability and quality policies. With this focus we emphasize our will with a view to the future to decrease greenhouse gases to protect the environment and to further promote sustainable development in our company. Also for EJOT, environmental protection and the sustainable use of resources are amongst the most important future projects. EJOT products help to save energy and to protect the environment Continuous improvement of the production processes is an economic as well as an environmentally important fact. Not only in product development but also in production we will continuously minimise environmental effects and thus ensure the protection of the environment. Our products help us to achieve these goals as well because: Screws are basically removable products and therefore recyclable. Sheet thicknesses can be reduced with the use of innovative products. This is especially important in automobile construction because it not only saves raw material, but lightweight design is also a very effective way to reduce fuel consumption.In 2019, we determined an overall environmental impact of our non-detachable connections for the first time. EJOT is also a pioneer in the building industry. On the one hand, our products are used to fasten systems for renewable energies such as photovoltaics and on the other hand, our anchors are used for installing thermal insulation for buildings. Our Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) for fastening systems, substructure systems and self-tapping construction screws are continuously improved and updated. EJOT – with more more than 3600 employees in 33 subsidiaries and with over 90 years of company history. This report has been prepared in accordance with the internationally recognized guidelines of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol and has meanwhile become an integral part of our sustainability strategy. It serves to transparently reflect our economic and ecological performance. We want to reinforce our stakeholders' trust in our company by actively communicating strengths and weaknesses.

Bad Berleburg, 01.04.2020

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A. Wetzstein General Manager HR / Legal

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Summary Customer inquiries and the current political discussion about our social path towards climate neutrality prompted us to present the topic of sustainability in our customer magazine "Graphic Drehmoment" in a comprehensive way from the perspective of the EJOT world. With this CCF report, the EJOT Group continues to make its contribution to the international sustainability debate. Since 2013 we have been compiling an operational greenhouse gas balance sheet according to the international standards of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol and DIN EN ISO 14064. The report focuses on the significant and influenceable emission sources of the EJOT Group. This means that all relevant environmental data are presented transparently and unambiguously. In 2019, the CCF 2018 was checked for the first time by an external service company. As a result, various improvement potentials could be implemented. This meant that all reports from 2016 on had to be corrected. The emission factor for purchased electricity was adjusted to the current emission factor of the network provider. By using the real emission factor of the network provider, the CO2e emissions electricity were reduced by an average of more than 70%. Furthermore, scope categories with high uncertainty, such as for example transport emissions, scope 3.4 and scope 3.9, emissions from plant assets and investments, scope 3.2 as well as the services scope 3.1 were excluded from the assessment of the upstream and downstream value chain. Additionally, emissions from the purchase of i.a. aluminium slit strip, scope 3.1, were collected retroactively to 2016. The year 2016 was set as the new base year. Since 1998, we have been certified according to the internationally recognized environmental stardard ISO 14001. In addition to a continuous improvement of the system, the focus of these measures is also on increasing the environmental awareness at all our production sites. In 2019, our exisiting environmental management system in China was included in the sustainability assessment of the EJOT Group for the first time. In 2013, we implemented an energy management system according to ISO 50001 for the first time at our sales and production sites in the European Community. We were able to record various savings potentials thanks to a considerable number of investments in energy saving projects at our German and international sites. Some examples are given in the description of the respective locations. When it comes to our construction projects, we not only orientate ourselves to national guidelines, but also try to consider international guidelines such as LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). As an internationally growing company, there are both positive and negative developments in greenhouse gas balances at every location. Particularly in the case of negative developments, we question our fields of activity and realign them in a future-oriented manner.

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2. Standards •

GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard for scope 1 and 2 categories.

GHG Corporate Value Chain Accounting and Reporting Standard for scope 3 categories of the corporate upstream and downstream value chain.

DIN EN ISO 14064-1 Greenhouse gases Part 1: Specification with guidance at the organization level for quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and removals (ISO 14064-1:2006); German and English version EN ISO 14064-1:2012

DIN EN ISO 14001 Environmental management systems - Requirements with guidance for use (ISO 14001:2015); Germand and English version EN ISO 14001:2015

DIN EN ISO 50001 Energy management systems - Requirements with guidance for use (ISO 50001:2018); German version EN ISO 50001:2018

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3. Scope of application The scope of application of the CCF report conforms to ISO 14001:2015: Development, production, testing and distribution of screws, cold-formed parts, thermoplastic injection-moulded parts, assemblies for the automotive industry and elements / systems for the construction industry

Location

Scope of application

EJOT Schweiz AG Uttwilerstraße 3 8582 Dozwil Switzerland

Development, production and distribution of challenging engineered plastic components, complex assemblies and fastening elements for the automotive supplier, construction, consumer goods, telecommunication and electronic industry

EJOT GmbH & Co. KG Plant Berghausen / Business Unit Insert Molding / Headlamp Adjuster

Development, production, testing and distribution of thermoplastic injection-moulded parts, assemblies for the automotive industry and elements for metal / plastic components and systems as well as elements for external thermal insulation composite systems

Adolf-Böhl-Straße 7 57319 Bad Berleburg-Berghausen Germany

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

Development, production, testing and distribution of screws, cold-formed parts and assemblies for the automotive industry

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

Central functions, human resources management, environmental protection and occupational health and safety, facility management

EJOT GmbH & Co. KG Plant In der Aue / Business Unit Screws for Building Fasteners

Development, production, testing and distribution of screws and cold-formed parts for the construction industry

In der Aue 38 57334 Bad Laasphe Germany EJOT Baubefestigungen GmbH In der Stockwiese 35 57334 Bad Laasphe Germany

Development, production, testing and distribution of screws, anchors and fasteners

EJOT GmbH & Co. KG Plant Eberhard Jäger / Business Unit Cold Forming

Development, production, testing and distribution of screws, anchors, cold-formed parts and assemblies for the automotive industry and construction industry

Untere Bienhecke 16 57334 Bad Laasphe

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

Development and production of screws, cold-formed parts, thermoplastic injection-moulded parts and assemblies for the automotive industry

Location

Scope of application

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

Production of screws / cold-formed parts and distribution of special fastening elements, assemblies, thermoplastic injection-moulded parts and elements / systems for various markets

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

Development, production, testing and distribution of thermoplastic injection-moulded parts, assemblies for the automotive industry and elements for metal / plastic components and systems as well as elements for external thermal insulation composite systems

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

Storage and shipping

EJOT Sverige AB Sandtagsvägen 9 702 36 Örebro Sweden

Supply of mechanical fasteners and technical advice

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

Development and production of screws, cold-formed parts and assemblies

EJOT Fastening systems (Taicang China) Co., Ltd. No. 165 Fada Road Loudong Taicang Development Zone Taicang, Jiangsu Province P.R. China 215413

Development and production of fastening elements and injection-moulded parts

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4. System boundaries By specifying system boundaries, EJOT defines the subjects relevant to the company. 4.1.

System boundaries of the company

System boundaries according to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG) Fixed base year The emissions calculated for the base year will serve as a benchmark for the development of emissions in the future. Reduction targets are defined with reference to the base year.

Reporting year Control approach

For the first survey, the reporting year is the same as the base year Emissions that are subject to the system boundaries must be 100% determined.

System boundaries according to the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG) Greenhouse gases According to the Kyoto Protocol, all 7 greenhouse gases (GHGs) must be considered in the survey: • • • • • • •

Carbon dioxide - CO2 Methane Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) Hydrofluorocarbons Perfluorocarbons Sulphur hexafluoride Nitrogen trifluoride

In order to make the effect of all GHGs comparable, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), has defined the so-called "Global Warming Potential" (GWP). This index expresses the warming effect of a given quantity of greenhouse gases over a fixed period (usually 100 years) compared to the global warming potential of CO2. Greenhouse gas emissions can thus be converted into "CO2 equivalents" and summarised. CO2 equivalents are designated with the abbreviation "CO2e".

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Organisational boundaries EJOT Germany: 2016 Analysis: EJOT ATF Fasteners de Mexico EJOT Polska: EJOT Tezmak EJOT Schweiz AG EJOT Sverige AB EJOT Fasteners Systems (Taicang) 2019 Operational control for the sites which are subject to "2nd scope of application". This means: The organisation has full authority to initiate and conduct its business policy at the locations Organisational boundaries The CO2e emissions are determined using the following emissions databases: • • • • •

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4.2. Scope 1

Operational system boundaries of the scope categories CCF survey according to GHG Protocol Must be surveyed in full

Operational boundaries EJOT Germany A survey takes place for the categories: 1, 2, 3 and 4

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Must be surveyed in full

Scope 3 categories are voluntary and will be surveyed according to the principle of essentiality and possibility. According to the GHG Protocol, a statement must be made for each scope 3 category. If a category is not evaluated, this must be justified

Operational boundaries International A survey takes place for the categories. Categories which are not surveyed do not apply for the location:

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EJOT ATF Fasteners de Mexico - 1,2 EJOT Polska - 1,2 EJOT Tesmak - 1,2 EJOT Schweiz AG - 1,2 EJOT Sverige AB - 2 EJOT Fasteners Systems (Taicang) – currently none A survey takes place for the categories. Categories which are not surveyed do not apply for the location:

A survey takes place for the categories:

EJOTATF Mexico - 1 EJOT Poland - 1 EJOT Turkey - 1 EJOT Switzerland - 1 EJOT Sverige AB – 1, 2 EJOT Fasteners Systems (Taicang) - 1 Scope 3 categories are not surveyed

A survey takes place for the category:

1, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 12

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4.3.

Operational boundaries of scope 1, 2 and 3 sub-categories

Scope category

Description according to GHG Protocol

Description of the system boundaries at EJOT

Data quality

Scope 1 – Direct emissions 1.1

Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources

1.2

Direct emissions from mobile combustion sources

Scope category

Description according to GHG Protocol

1.3

Direct fugitive emissions

1.4

Direct emissions from processes

The natural gas/heating oil consumption from the stationary heating systems are considered. Monthly meter readings are sent to the UAG department for data preparation. The meters are currently being read manually. The fuel consumption of diesel and petrol of the EJOT vehicle fleet is examined. The data for the German vehicle fleet is reported monthly to the UAG department by the EJOT vehicle fleet manager. For 2018, CO2e data was transmitted directly from the contract partner for the first time. In addition, diesel and liquid petrol gas consumption of forklift trucks is determined. For EJOT Mexico, Poland, Turkey, Switzerland and Sweden, the data is transmitted by the local environmental management officer. Description of the system boundaries at EJOT

Climate-relevant gases are considered which could escape due to leaks in air-conditioning and refrigeration systems. The systems are evaluated using a list of "cooling and air-conditioning systems" for the respective location, which is updated annually. Due to the large number of systems, a leakage loss of 5% of the filling volume of the system is considered. With a filling volume of 20 kg of coolant, for example, a loss of 5% would equal 1 kg. The emissions are calculated for this kg of coolant loss per year. Furthermore, car air-conditioning systems are considered. Rented cooling systems, such as in Sweden, are not considered. The use of gases in heat treatment and electroplating is considered. These are methanol, propane and ammonia. Natural gas which was intended to be used in the heat treatment, washing unit and electroplating plant was considered in scope 1.1. This prevents duplication of the data. SAP evaluations form the database. This scope category is only considered for the locations Tambach and Untere Bienhecke. Furthermore, volatile organic compounds (VOC) from the washing units are examined according to 31. BImSchV. Further emissions, for example natural gas consumption for processes at the locations in Mexico and Turkey are included in the scope 1 category.

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Scope category

Description according to GHG Protocol

Description of the system boundaries at EJOT

Data quality

Scope 2 - Electricity indirect emissions 2.1

Indirect emissions from purchased electricity

Electricity consumption of the location is examined. The network operator's invoices form the base data for German locations. Data is prepared in the environment department. For EJOT Mexico, Poland, Turkey, Switzerland, Sweden and Taicang, the data is transmitted to the UAG department by the local environmental management officer.

2.2

Indirect emissions from district heating / cooling

This scope category only refers to the location in Sweden. The indirect emissions from district heating are accounted for. Correct data determination is currently not possible because part of the building is rented and only the total consumption of district heating is known. This is then converted to the rented area accordingly.

2.3

Indirect emissions from purchased steam

Scope category

Description according to GHG Protocol

Does not apply to EJOT

Description of the system boundaries at EJOT

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

Purchased goods and services

Purchased wire, purchased granulate, cleaning agents, oils and greases, chemicals, goods from cleaning companies are considered. Only weight quantities are considered. Litres are considered as kg. For the locations LahnuferstraĂ&#x;e and Stockwiese, purchased products [g, kg, litre] are additionally accounted for. Litres are considered as kg.

3.2

Capital goods

This category is no longer considered because transparency cannot be guaranteed.

3.3

Fuel- and energy-related activities

The basis is the natural gas / heating oil and electricity consumption from scope 1 and 2.

3.4

Upstream transportation and distribution

In order to avoid sources of error due to excessive amounts of data, this scope category is no longer considered.

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Scope category

Description according to GHG Protocol

Description of the system boundaries at EJOT

Scope 3 - Other indirect emissions upstream value chain (only Germany) 3.5

Waste generated in operations

The basis is the annual waste balance.

3.6

Business travel

Only flights are considered. The distance between the airports is determined with the distance calculator luftlinie.org. The routes from the location to the airport or from the airport to the direct destination are not taken into account. Domestic flights, long-haul and short-haul flights are accounted for separately. For air travel emission factors, 9% are added to the distance in order to account for additionally covered distances (e.g. re-routing, holding patterns). Furthermore, this value is multiplied by a "Radiative Forcing Index (RFI) of 1.9, which accounts for the increased impact of air travel emissions.

3.7

Employee commuting

The distance from the employee's hometown to his workplace is considered. The basis are 220 working days. The outward and return journeys are accounted for. Due to the large number of employees in Germany, the percentage change in the number of employees is offset against the average distance for the first time in 2018. Example: Average distance employees to and from work is 10 km. Compared to 2017, there are 100 employees more. So 100 people * 10 km = 1000 Pkm more must be considered when calculating emissions. It is assumed that every employee drives to the workplace by car, this means that carpooling, bicycle, on foot, etc. is not taken into account.

3.8

Upstream leased assets

Is not surveyed

3.9

Downstream transportation and distribution

In order to avoid sources of error due to excessive amounts of data, this scope category is no longer considered.

3.10

Processing of sold products

Is not surveyed

3.11

Use of sold products

Is not surveyed

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Scope category

Description according to GHG Protocol

Description of the system boundaries at EJOT

Data quality

Scope 3 - Other indirect emissions downstream value chain (only Germany) 3.12

End-of-life treatment of sold products

Emissions from the disposal of sold products are only related to the material, i.e. waste from plastic and metal. Accordingly, the quantities from the scope 3.9 category are regarded as the disposal quantity.

3.13

Downstream leased assets

Is not surveyed

3.14

Franchises

Is not surveyed

3.15

Investments

Is not surveyed

4.4.

General remarks:

In order to make the efficiency measures for reducing emissions visible, a new strategic group key figure was determined after a decision by the Holding management in December 2018. The aim is to directly influence quantities such as electricity, production volume, used granulate and shipping quantity. In order to achieve this aim, projects which are intended to have a positive impact on these parameters will be launched from 2019 on. Key figure metal-processing plants: Key figure plastic-processing plants: Key figure sales companies:

CO2e electricity / production volume CO2e electricity / used granulate CO2e electricity / sales volume

This key figure is valid as of 01.01.2019 for both the German and international locations according to the EJOT scope of application and will be communicated with the general management. The key figures shown above will be determined for the selected locations retroactively to 2016. Furthermore, local key figures on resource efficiency and waste reduction are collected and influenced within the EJOT environmental management system The locations Herrengarten and Kurhaus as well as the EJOT Holding are not considered in this Group assessment. A comparison of the reporting year with the base year takes place with current emission factors. The emission factors at the international locations in Poland, Mexico, Switzerland, Turkey, China and Sweden are checked by the responsible persons. These emission factors only refer to scope 1 and 2 categories.

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5. Reporting period The report generally relates to data collection for the period from 01.01. to 31.12. of the respective reporting year. The greenhouse gas emissions for the period from 01.01.2019 to 31.12.2019 are reported.

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6. Results of the Corporate Carbon Footprint 6.1.

DQS pre-audit June 2019

After the pre-audit of the CCF in June 2019, two auditors from the DQS identified improvement potentials and reviewed them retroactively to the base year 2016. The biggest change was the adjustment of the emission factor (EF) for electricity. After a uniform EF electricity from 2010 was used for calculation between 2013 and 2018, the significantly better EF of the network provider is now considered. As a result, the emissions from the consumption of electricity were significantly lower than calculated in previous years. Changing network provider in 2019 had another effect that had previously been neglected when purchasing electricity. Whereas the current provider's EF electricity was 0.275 kg CO2e / kWh in December 2018, the EF electricity of the new provider EWE was 0.362 kg CO2e / kWh in January 2019. However, this less favorable factor decreased over the course of the year and was 0.318 kg CO2e / kWh electricity in December 2019.

Example: → EF electricity mix Germany 2010:

0.622 kg CO2e / kWh electricity

Calculation example: 1000 kWh electricity = 622 kg CO2e → EF electricity mix Germany 2018:

0.421 kg CO2e / kWh electricity

Calculation example: 1000 kWh electricity = 421 kg CO2e (equates -32% compared to the mix 2010) → EF electricity current provider 2019:

0.319 kg CO2e / kg electricity

Calculation example: 1000 kWh electricity = 319 kg CO2e (equates -24% compared to the mix 2018)

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Measure: The additional CO2 emissions due to the poorer factor were compensated for through the purchase of certificates with proof of origin (hydropower from Norway). Figure 1

Figure 1

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6.1.1. Total CO2e emissions Germany Compared to the base year 2016, the total emissions scope 1,2 and 3 at the German locations could be reduced by 11% - chart 1.

You can find information on the projects in subchapter 6.1.3 "What have we achieved".

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

Chart 1

6.1.2. Significant emission sources The most significant and directly influenceable emission sources include direct emissions from stationary combustion sources, scope 1.1 - chart 2, and indirect emissions from purchased electricity, scope 2.1 - chart 3. 6.1.2.1.

Emissions natural gas

more emissions from natural gas Scope 1 compared to base year 2016 (only natural gas)

Chart 2

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The 5 largest natural gas consumers in total natural gas consumption EU* are. EJOT Tambach

50.4 % share in total EU

EJOT Herrenwiese

18.7 % share in total EU

EJOT Untere Bienhecke

10.5 % share in total EU

EJOT Adolf-BĂśhl-StraĂ&#x;e

3.9 % share in total EU

EJOT In der Aue

3.4 % share in total EU

The EU locations which are certified according to ISO 50001 are considered, without Sormat OY; see also System boundaries of the company in chapter 4.1. At the individual locations, natural gas consumption is divided into the consumption of natural gas from stationary combustion sources (heating systems) and the consumption for production, e.g. for washing units, CHP, hardening furnaces. For example, at the Tambach location, only approx. 15% of the emissions from natural gas consumption scope 1 can be attributed to the heating systems. The remaining 85% are attributable to the consumption for hardening furnaces, electroplating and CHP. At the Herrenwiese location, 50% of the emissions from natural gas consumption come from the heating systems, the rest is distributed between the CHP and the washing unit. At the Untere Bienhecke location, 56% of the emissions from natural gas consumption come from the heating systems, the rest is distributed between the embrittlement furnace and electroplating. Status 2019

6.1.2.2.

Scope 2.1 Emissions electricity

The 5 largest electricity consumers in total EU electricity consumption are: EJOT Tambach

30.8 % share in total EU

EJOT Herrenwiese

21.9 % share in total EU

EJOT Untere Bienhecke

12.4 % share in total EU

EJOT Polska

11.6 % share in total EU

EJOT In der Aue

9.6 % share in total EU

The EU locations which are certified according to ISO 50001 are considered The electricity consumption for total EJOT Germany changed only slightly despite economic growth, especially in 2017 and 2018.

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more emissions from electricity Scope 2 comparedto base year 2016

Chart 3

6.1.3. What have we achieved? •

Efficiency analyses and the continuous setup of energy measurement systems make energy hotspots visible at the various locations.

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

Continuous replacement of old lamps with energy-efficient lighting systems.

In order to influence emissions from electricity consumption, compressed air optimisation measures are being pursued at all production sites.

Installation of energy measurement systems and connection to a reporting software at selected locations

More video conferences and conference calls instead of air travel

6.1.4. Further significant emission sources Another significant emission source of the scope 1 category are emissions from mobile combustion processes, such as the EJOT vehicle fleet (scope 1.2) - chart 4.

EJOT vehicle fleet Emissions from diesel and petrol consumption Scope 1.2 compared to base year 2016

Chart 4

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In the EJOT company car guideline of 02.04.2015, EJOT set the target of reducing energy consumption and conserving resources. Therefore, vehicle models which have low consumption values and low CO2 emissions are to be used.

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In the scope 3 category, which describes the upstream and downstream value-added chain, further important emission sources are to be stated, such as purchased granulate and wire (scope 3.1). These emissions can hardly be influenced and depend on the customers' demand for our products. - Chart 5.

Purchased goods Emissions from e.g. the purchase of wire, granulate, chemicals Scope 3.1 compared to base year 2016

Chart 5

Significant but not influenceable emission sources are the upstream chain for electricity and natural gas generation (scope 3.3) - chart 6, as well as the commuting of employees (scope 3.7) - chart 7.

Upstream chain electricity and natural gas Scope 3.3 compared to base year 2016

Chart 6

Employee commuting Emissions from the commuting of employees Scope 3.7 compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! Number of employees increased by approx. 13% compared to 2016

Chart 7

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6.2.

Emissions plant In der Aue

Number of employees as of 31.12.2019: 124 Units i.a.: Welding machines, annealing and hardening units, heading, thread rolling, pinch pointing, washing units 6.2.1. Total CO2e plant In der Aue Compared to 2018, total emissions from scope 1, 2 and 3 increased by 4%. This increase is due to the emissions from purchased electricity. Emissions from electricity consumption increased by approx. 16% compared to 2018 - chart 8. The production volume [t] in 2019 decreased by approx. 18% compared to 2018. The strategic key figure "CO2e electricity / production volume" increased in 2019 compared to 2018, but the chart for the EJOgreen key figure has shown a positive trend over the last 4 years. Chart 9 You can find information on the projects in subchapter 6.2.3 "What have we achieved".

Increase in total emissions Scope 1, 2 and 3 compared to 2018

Chart 8

Positive trend of the strategic EJOgreen key figure compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! Very good order situation in 2018 with rather constant electricity consumption. Chart 9

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6.2.2. Significant emission sources plant In der Aue Most significant and directly influenceable emission source at the location In der Aue are emissions from purchased electricity (scope 2) - chart 10. Another significant emission source are purchased goods, for example wire (scope 3.1). Both scope categories are included in the new strategic EJOgreen group key figure, which was adopted in December 2018 by the EJOT Holding general management - chart 9. The goal is to influence this key figure through operational programs. In order to detect significant energy hotspots, an energy team made an energy efficiency analysis in 2018.

Rather constant Emissions from electricity consumption compared to base year 2016

Chart 10

This location has a photovoltaic system. The generated electricity is used at the location. However, the share in total electricity consumption is very low at approx. 2.3% - chart 11.

Share of regenerative energy Infeed of own electricity through Photovoltaic system

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A less significant emission source are the emissions from stationary combustion sources. In 2019, the emissions from natural gas consumption were approx. 24% lower than in 2018. Natural gas is only needed for heating systems at the location. This means that the natural gas consumption depends on the age of the system and the outside temperature. In order to reduce the gas consumption, repairs were carried out on the ventilation system, amongst other things. Heat recovery was also optimised based on an energy efficiency analysis. Apart from the influence of the outside temperatures on the gas consumption, these measures reduced natural gas consumption in 2019. Chart 12

Negative trend compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! Weather-related consumption increase in 2018.

Chart 12

6.2.3. What have we achieved? • •

Optimisation of the heating control and return of heat recovery Meanwhile, all systems are metrologically recorded. Legal basis is the German Electricity Tax Act (Stromsteuergesetz, StromStG) § 9a waiver, reimbursement or remuneration of the tax for certain processes and procedures. Further units were equipped with measuring devices: ventilation system, cooling system, compressors

6.2.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning •

In order to reduce indirect emissions, a new compressor was amongst others put into operation in spring 2020, and T8 and T5 fluorescent tubes were continuously replaced by Retrofit LED lights.

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6.3.

Emissions plant Untere Bienhecke

Number of employees as of 31.12.2019: 213 Units i.a.: Hardening shop, electroplating shop, heading, thread rolling, washing units 6.3.1. Total CO2e plant Untere Bienhecke Compared to 2018, total emissions increased by 8% in 2019. This can be explained as follows: On the one hand, incoming wires were booked to the location Herrenwiese (Cold Forming BLB) in 2018. Thus, emissions from scope 3.1 category were significantly lower than in 2017. In 2019, the incoming wires were booked back to the location Untere Bienhecke (Cold Forming Laasphe). Overall, there is a positive trend. On the other hand, the relocation of micro screws to the location Herrenwiese (Cold Forming BLB) has to be considered - chart 13. The strategic key figure "CO2e electricity / production volume" slightly increased in 2019 compared to 2018. Due to the micro screw relocation, the strategic key figure will have to be re-evaluated from 2020 on - chart 14. You can find information on the projects in subchapter 6.3.3 "What have we achieved".

Positive trend Total emissions Scope 1, 2 and 3 compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! Relocation of micro screws to the location Herrenwiese in 09/2019 Chart 13

Positive trend of the strategic EJOgreen key figure compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! Relocation of micro screws to the location Herrenwiese in 09/2019

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6.3.2. Significant emission sources plant Untere Bienhecke Most significant and directly influenceable emission source at the location Untere Bienhecke are emissions from purchased electricity (scope 2). Compared to 2018, they decreased only slightly by approx. 3%. In recent years, there have been restructuring measures time and again. For example, the entire micro screw production was relocated to the site Herrenwiese in September 2019. Heading, thread rolling, washing unit and the tooling department were affected by the relocation - chart 15.

Positive trend Emissions from electricity consumption scope 2 compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! Relocation of micro screws to the location Herrenwiese in 09/2019 Chart 15

Further important direct emission sources are emissions from natural gas consumption (scope 1.1) and a indirect emission source such as purchased wire (scope 3.1). At the location Untere Bienhecke, various major systems have been equipped with energy meters in recent years, which, for example, record the heat flows at the hardening furnaces, electroplating and washing units. The emissions from natural gas consumption show a slightly negative trend compared to 2016. - chart 16. However, a distinction must be made between heating gas and production gas. 44% of the natural gas consumption at the entire site is attributable to production. This includes the embrittlement furnace and parts of electroplating - chart 17. The remaining 56% are attributed to heating in staff areas and are therefore directly dependent on the age of the heating system as well as the weather

Slightly negative trend Emissions from natural gas consumption scope 1 compared to base year 2016

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Chart 17

6.3.3. What have we achieved? • •

Replacement of old lamps in various staff rooms An old circulating pump was replaced by a more efficient pump

6.3.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning • • •

Replacing the parking lot lighting with LED by April 2020 A highly efficient cooling concept for the hardening shop has been prepared Hardening lines have been equipped with new efficient technology

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6.4.

Emissions plant Herrenwiese

Number of employees as of 31.12.2019: 566

Units i.a.: Special-purpose machines, sorting machines, heading, thread rolling, washing units 6.4.1. Total CO2e plant Herrenwiese Compared to the base year 2016, total emissions from scope 1, 2 and 3 decreased by 18% chart 18.

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Compared to the previous year 2018, total emissions decreased by 6%. In total, approx. 15% less was produced compared to 2018 (weight, not pieces). However, this mainly affected the emissions from purchased wire scope 3.1. In recent years, there have been restructuring measures time and again at the locations Untere Bienhecke and Herrenwiese, which are visible in the total emission evaluations. Both locations should thus be considered together. See also chapter 6.3 Emissions plant Untere Bienhecke. The strategic EJOgreen key figure has shown a positive trend since the base year 2016, but in 2019 the key figure is approx. 34% higher than in the previous year 2018. In 2019, production decreased, but the electricity consumption increased compared to 2018. Additionally, the relocation works resulted in a higher electricity consumption - chart 19 You can find information on the projects in subchapter 6.4.3 "What have we achieved".

Positive trend Total emissions Scope 1, 2 and 3 compared to base year 2016

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Positive trend of the strategic EJOgreen key figure compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION: Very good order situation in 2018 with quite constant electricity consumption; Relocation of micro screws in 09/2019

Chart 19

6.4.2. Significant emission sources plant Herrenwiese Most significant and directly influenceable emission sources at the location Herrenwiese are emissions from stationary combustion sources (scope 1) and emissions from purchased electricity (scope 2). Another considerable emission source are purchased goods, for example wire (scope 3.1). In addition to weather-related heating, natural gas is also required at this location for the combined heat and power plant and the washing units. All mentioned units are metrologically recorded. Total emissions from natural gas consumption decreased by approx. 6% compared to the previous year 2018 - chart 20.

Positive trend Emissions from natural gas consumption scope 1.1 compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! Natural gas consumption for heating and production. Chart 20

As at the location Untere Bienhecke, a distinction is made between natural gas consumption for heating and for production, i.e. central washing unit or the CHP. Furthermore, the micro screw washing unit is no longer operated by electricity, but by natural gas. A natural gas meter has not yet been installed, but should be installed urgently, so that this consumption is no longer included in the heating, as the values would otherwise be biased. At the moment, about 50% of the natural gas consumption is attributed to production, i.e. the big central washing unit and the CHP. The remaining 50% of the natural gas consumption is pure heating and therefore also depends on the age of the system and the weather. The smaller micro screw washing unit was installed in autumn 2019 and is also included in heating in the evaluation. Emissions from electricity consumption increased by approx. 13% compared to the base year 2016 - chart 21.

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Negative trend Emissions from electricity consumption scope 2 compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! Relocation of micro screws to the location Herrenwiese in 09/2019 Chart 21

The combined heat and power plant at the location Herrenwiese has a power output of 120 kW. It is operated by natural gas. Only a small amount of electricity is needed to control the CHP. The average share of electricity that flows into the EJOT electricity network Herrenwiese was 5% in recent years - Chart 22.

Chart 22

6.4.3. What have we achieved? •

In order to reduce the scope 2.1 emissions (indirect emissions from purchased electricity), an energy efficiency analysis of the heating and ventilation systems and of the combined heat and power plant was made. Furthermore, the compressed air systems have been optimised

6.4.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning •

• • • •

In order to reduce scope 2.1 emissions from purchased electricity, optimisation programs for the generation of compressed air and in the departments were implemented. Additionally, further projects were launched: Replacing old lamps with LED lighting Optimisation of ventilation systems To reduce the natural gas consumption, the project Optimisation of heat distribution and heat recovery was launched. Furthermore, energy storage devices at the micro screw washing unit are supposed to reduce the natural gas consumption.

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6.5.

Emissions plant Tambach

Number of employees as of 31.12.2019: 547

Units i.a.: Hardening shop, electroplating shop, heading, interlinking, thread rolling, washing units, sorting machines, injection moulding machines, friction welding plants 6.5.1. Total CO2e plant Tambach Compared to the base year 2016, total emissions from scope 1, 2 and 3 show a slightly positive trend - chart 23. The location has continuously been expanded in recent years. Units, such as the new media centre for the storage of flammable gases, which require approval under the 4th BImSchV (Bundes-Immissionsschutzgesetz - Federal Immission Control Act), were put into operation in early 2018. The total production volume decreased by approx. 6% compared to 2018. In recent years there have been various major construction projects. This electricity consumption is included in the strategic key figure CO2e electricity / production volume - chart 24. You can find information on the projects in subchapter 6.5.3 "What have we achieved".

Slightly positive trend total emissions from scope 1, 2 and 3 compared to base year 2016

Chart 23

Negative trend of the strategic EJOgreen key figure compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION: Ongoing modernisation and construction projects

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6.5.2. Significant emission sources plant Tambach Most significant and directly influenceable emission sources at the location Tambach are emissions from stationary combustion sources (scope 1.1) and emissions from purchased electricity (scope 2). Natural gas is needed for the stationary heating systems and infrared radiant heaters as well as for the electroplating unit, hardening furnaces and the combined heat and power plant. Another significant and directly influenceable emission source are purchased goods, such as wire and granulate (scope 3.1). Looking at the emissions from natural gas consumption, a negative trend compared to the base year 2016 can be seen - chart 25. Just like at the locations Herrenwiese and Untere Bienhecke, a distinction must be made at the location Tambach between natural gas consumption for stationary combustion sources and for production. Emissions which are attributable to the heating systems have a share of around 31% in the total emissions from natural gas consumption. Again, these depend on the weather and the age of the system. The remaining 69% are attributable to the CHP, hardening furnaces and electroplating - chart 26.

Negative trend Emissions from natural gas consumption scope 1.1 compared to base year 2016

Chart 25

Heat for production Heat for heating systems

Chart 26

The combined heat and power plant at the location Tambach has a power output of 240 kW. It is operated by natural gas. Only a small amount of electricity is needed to control the CHP. The average share of electricity that flows into the EJOT electricity network Tambach was 5% in recent years, just like at the location Herrenwiese. In the last few years, there have been repeated failures, so that the output of the CHP could not be fully used - chart 27.

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Chart 27

Emissions from electricity consumption scope 2.1 show a slightly negative trend compared to the base year. In 2019, emissions increased by 11% compared to the previous year 2018, although the production volume (weight - not pieces) decreased by approx. 6%. This is due to the extensive construction projects at the location. Around one third of all existing areas has been modernised and more than 6,500 m² have been newly built - chart 28.

Slightly negative trend Emissions from electricity consumption scope 2.1 compared to base year 2016

Chart 28

6.5.3. What have we achieved? •

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The business unit EJOSYST was able to stay below the target for 2019 to reduce CO2 emissions from electricity consumption. To meet this target, the compressed air distribution network was analysed and optimised, amongst other things. The target of reducing plastic waste was also achieved in 2019. Thread Forming: New energy-efficient compressor for the generation of compressed air New cooling system with highly efficient dry coolers Regarding the new heat treatment plant: 1. Use of energy-efficient continuous-run motors 2. Pre-heating of parts for the NTO 3. Highly energy-saving insulation ceiling, floor and side walls (saving up to 84,000 kWh per year) 4. Reduction of gas consumption and heating energy by Safed ecoBOX (saving up to 28,800 kWh per year) 5. Burner unit with higher degree of efficiency 33


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6.5.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning •

• • •

Since 2020, the BU EJOWELD has been measuring the electricity consumption in both production halls. It was thus possible to create a key figure (CO2e electricity / sales volume). A further improvement in the BU EJOWELD was achieved in the evaluation of extra tours to the customer. Both analyses were started in 2020 and will be commented in the next report. The top 1 project in the BU EJOSYST is the construction of a new energy-efficient drying unit in 2020. Another project is the expansion of the operational data acquisition system at machine level. Thread Forming i.a.: 1. Target reducing heating energy a) Reduction of the natural gas consumption for heating the galvanic degreasing baths through infeed of waste heat from the new compressors b) Discharging heated cooling water from the WMV washing unit 2. Target project LED lighting: Conversion of the complete location to LED lighting

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6.6.

Emissions plant Adolf-Böhl-Straße

Number of employees as of 31.12.2019: 169

Units i.a.: Injection moulding machines and other plastic-processing units

6.6.1. Total CO2e plant Adolf-Böhl-Straße Total emissions from scope 1, 2 and 3 are approx. 28% lower than in 2016. This is due to lower emissions from purchased granulate, since the used quantity decreased compared to 2018 - chart 29. In the years 2016 to 2018, the use of purchased granulate increased, but in 2019 it decreased by approx. 13% compared to 2018. If you look at the strategic key figure CO2 emissions from electricity to used granulate, you can see a positive trend during the last 4 years, but the key figure deteriorated by approx. 18% compared to the previous year 2018 - chart 30. You can find information on the projects in subchapter 6.6.3 "What have we achieved".

Positive trend total emissions from scope 1, 2 and 3 compared to base year 2016

Chart 29

Positive trend of the strategic EJOgreen key figure compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION: Low use of granulate in 2019 with rather constant electricity consumption. Chart 30

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6.6.2. Significant emission sources plant Adolf-Böhl-Straße Most significant and directly influenceable emission source at the location Adolf-Böhl-Straße are emissions from purchased electricity (scope 2.1) and purchased goods, mainly granulate (scope 3.1). Emissions from natural gas consumption have hardly changed compared to 2018, but have increased over the last 4 years. Natural gas is used at the location only for stationary combustion systems, i.e. heating systems, and is thus directly dependent on the age of the system and the weather - chart 31.

Negative trend Emissions from natural gas consumption scope 1.1 compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! Natural gas consumption only for stationary heating systems Chart 31

Emissions from purchased electricity scope 2.1 increased by around 3% compared to 2018. However, they show a slightly positive trend compared to the last 3 years - chart 32.

Constant Emissions from electricity consumption scope 2.1 compared to base year 2016

Chart 32

6.6.3. What have we achieved? •

100% replacement of old lamps with LED in the production hall 1

6.6.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning • • •

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6.7.

Emissions plant Stockwiese and Lahnuferstraße

Number of employees in 2019: 288 Plant Stockwiese: Sales company Units i.a.: Powder coating plant, assembly Plant Lahnuferstraße Units: Storm washer production 6.7.1. Total CO2e plant Stockwiese and Lahnuferstraße Compared to the base year 2016, total emissions from scope 1, 2 and 3 increased by 9%. After the CCF report was checked by an external service company in 2018, the aluminium slit strip at the location Lahnuferstraße, which is needed for the production of storm washers, was also taken into account retroactively to 2016. The production of aluminium is generally very energy-intensive and must thus be considered in the emissions from the upstream chain (scope 3.1) of the location - chart 33. Thanks to numerous energy saving projects, the strategic key figure CO2e electricity / sales volume could be influenced in a significantly positive way during the past 4 years - chart 34. You can find information on the projects in subchapter 6.7.3 "What have we achieved".

Negative trend total emissions from scope 1, 2 and 3 compared to base year 2016

Chart 33

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Positive trend of the strategic EJOgreen key figure compared to base year 2016

Chart 34

6.7.2. Significant emission sources plant Stockwiese and Lahnuferstraße As already described above, emissions from aluminium slit strip were surveyed retroactively for the years 2016 to 2018 for the location Lahnuferstraße. This is also the reason why there is a significant emission source at the location Lahnuferstraße, which, however, cannot be influenced directly, since it concerns purchased goods that are necessary for processing - chart 35.

Purchased goods Total emissions from scope 3 compared to base year 2016

Chart 35

At the moment, there are no further significant emission sources at the two locations In der Stockwiese and Lahnuferstraße and they stay below the limit of 500 t/ year, according to the assessment list "Environmental aspects Germany". However, measures aiming at the reduction of emissions are continued and assessed by the responsible departments. Emissions from natural gas consumption increased by 4% compared to 2016. Since natural gas is used at both locations only for stationary heating systems, the consumption depends on the age of the system and the weather - chart 36.

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Rather constant Emissions from natural gas consumption 1.1 compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! Natural gas consumption only for stationary heating systems Chart 36

Emissions from electricity consumption decreased by 21% compared to the base year. According to the assessment table "Environmental aspects Germany", this scope category was assessed an insignificant emission source at the locations Stockwiese and Lahnuferstraße. Electricity is, amongst others, needed for the production of storm washers, assembly and powder coating - chart 37.

Positive trend Emissions from electricity consumption scope 2.1 compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! High sales volume in 2018 and 2019 Chart 37

6.7.3. What have we achieved? • • • • • • • •

100% change to LED: Logistics, conference rooms. Exterior lighting: Replacement of defective lamps with LED. All hallways lamps in the old building were 100% replaced by LED. In all staff and locker rooms, motion detectors were installed All E14 and E27 lamps were replaced by LED The cross section of air nozzles was reduced At the location Stockwiese, a speed-controlled compressor for generating compressed air was put into operation. A measuring system was firmly installed in various systems at the location Stockwiese. Electricity consumption is thus immediately visualisable using a software. Malfunctions can be reacted to immediately.

6.7.4. The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning •

The entire conversion of the exterior lighting to LED is planned by the end of 2021.

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6.8.

Emissions EJOT Holding

Number of employees in 2019: EJOT Holding 189 Central functions

6.8.1. Total CO2e EJOT Holding The system limits of the CCF also include the EJOT Holding. The EJOT vehicle fleet of the Holding employees, domestic and foreign business travels (only air travel) as well as commuting by the Holding employees are accounted for. Total emissions from the mentioned scope categories decreased by approx. 12% compared to the base year 2016 - chart 38.

Positive trend total emissions from scope 1, 2 and 3 compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! High share of emissions from air travel in 2017

Chart 38

There was in increased value of total emissions only in 2017. This was due to an increased number of flights, which was reduced again in the following years. Video conference and conference call systems are now used much more frequently - chart 39 Scope category 3 in particular has great uncertainties. They are described in chapter 8 Assumptions and uncertainties.

Clearly positive trend in emissions from air travel compared to base year 2016 ATTENTION! Increased volume of flights due to business travel in 2017 Chart 39

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6.9.

Total emissions 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-added chain are currently not accounted for at the international locations. Only the data concerning the significant emissions at the locations are analysed.

6.9.1. EJOT ATF Mexico Number of employees at the end of 2019: 198 Units i.a.: Hardening shop, heading, thread rolling, washing units, powder coating plant, sorting machines 6.9.2. Total CO2e EJOT ATF Mexico Total emissions include the emissions from natural gas consumption, from purchased wire and emissions from the vehicle fleet. The cooling systems were taken over from 2018 in 2019. After completion of the plant in Mexico City, emissions from air conditioning and cooling systems must be recalculated - chart 40. The strategic EJOgreen key figure shows a slightly positive trend. However, the production quantity only includes the output of the heading machines, no other processes such as thread rolling, washing, hardening as at the German locations - chart 41. In total, the gross profit [USD] increased by 26% in 2019 compared to 2017. You can find information on the projects in subchapter 6.9.2.2 "What have we achieved".

+ 2,800 m² more production area + 20% more emissions scope 1 and 2 compared to 1st surveyed year 2016 Chart 40

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Positive trend of the strategic EJOgreen key figure compared to 2016

Chart 41

6.9.2.1.

Significant emission sources EJOT ATF Mexico

The most significant emission source at the location in Mexico are emissions from purchased electricity (scope 2) - chart 42.

+ 20% more emissions from electricity consumption scope 2.1 compared to the base year 2017 ATTENTION! Continous increase in production over the past 4 years Chart 42

Emissions from natural gas consumption (scope 1.1) arise exclusively during production. In 2018, a new furnace was put into operation. This is a rather insignificant emission source - chart 43.

- 11% less emissions from natural gas consumption compared to base year 2017 ATTENTION! Problems with the new furnace in September 2018

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In September 2018, there were mechanical problems with the new furnace, so that the old furnace had to be reactivated. Since this furnace had not been in operation for a long time, it took some days to set the parameters correctly. Furthermore, both furnaces then had to be operated at the same time in order to rework the produced quantity. This explains the higher consumption in 2018. In 2019, the natural gas consumption of the furnaces normalised and was even below the natural gas consumption in 2017, so that the effects of a new energy-efficient furnace become visible here. Emissions from the EJOT vehicle fleet, solely petrol-engined vehicles, increased over the past few years. However, we aim at converting the vehicle fleet to energy-saving 1.5-litre vehicles - chart 44.

Negative trend Emissions from the vehicle fleet scope 1.2 compared to 2016 ATTENTION! Conversion to energy-saving 1.5-litre vehicles Chart 44

6.9.2.2.

What have we achieved?

There were no environment actions in 2019, but considerable changes at the location in Mexico: • • •

In 2018, the heat treatment process started to work 100%: lower temperatures during heat treatment on weekends and public holidays 2,800 m² of new production area was built at the location SLP. 19 sorting machines and 1 coating machine will be set up there. In Mexico City, a sandblaster cabinet, a curing furnace and a painting booth will be set up. They used to be located opposite to the main plant in SLP.

6.9.2.3. • • •

The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning

Installation of an LED lighting system at the new location Installation of a wastewater treatment plant for the coating process In order to reduce the emissions from fuel consumption in the EJOT vehicle fleet scope 1.2, it is planned to replace all vehicles by smaller, energy-saving 1.5-litre petrolengined cars

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6.9.3. EJOT Tezmak Number of employees in 2019: 180 Units i.a.: Hardening shop, electroplating shop, heading, thread rolling, washing units, sorting machines 6.9.4. Total CO2e EJOT Tezmak Compared to 2016, total emissions increased by 11%. This is due to a new production area of around 1,750 m² which was built in 2019. That is why a new compressor was purchased in 2019. From 2016 to 2019, the turnover based on euros was increased by 47% - chart 45. However, this economically very good development resulted in a slight deterioration of the strategic key figure CO2e electricity / production volume. In addition, it must be taken into account that all emissions from electricity consumption that arose from construction activities are included in this evaluation - chart 46. You can find information on the projects in subchapter 6.9.4.2 "What have we achieved".

+ 1,750 m² more production area + 47% more sales [€ basis]

in 2018 / 2019 Chart 45

Slightly negative trend of the strategic key figure compared to 2016 ATTENTION! Location expansion

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6.9.4.1.

Significant emission sources EJOT Tezmak

Most significant emission sources are emissions from natural gas and electricity consumption. Whereas the natural gas consumption, which is exclusively attributable to production, remained quite stable - chart 47, emissions from electricity consumption increased (expansion of the production area / increase in sales) - chart 48.

Constant Emissions from natural gas consumption Scope 1.1 compared to 2016

Chart 47

Negative trend Emissions from electricity consumption scope 2.1 compared to 2016 ATTENTION! Location expansion! Sales growth! Chart 48

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Emissions from the EJOT vehicle fleet Turkey have increased over the last years. Due to the good order situation, new sales representatives had to be hired in the Construction division, which is why the number of company cars increased from 30 vehicles in 2016 to 39 vehicles in 2019. This means an increase of 30% within the past 4 years. Most of the company cars have an energy-saving motor with a 1.5- or 1.6-litre displacement - chart 49.

Negative trend Emissions from the vehicle fleet scope 1.2 compared to 2016 ATTENTION! More sales representatives

Chart 49

6.9.4.2.

What have we achieved?

Various projects were launched to reduce emissions from electricity consumption: Project compressed air: • •

The air nozzles were reduced at 20 machines. There is a regular search for leaks in the compressed air network. Repairs were carried out. Thus, electricity is saved. New compressor at the new production site for heading machines.

Project LED lighting: • •

The lighting system in the warehouse is completely controlled. Offices have been equipped with LED lighting to 70%.

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6.9.5. EJOT Polska Number of employees 31.12.2019: 307 Units i.a.: Injection moulding machines and other plastic-processing units

6.9.6. Total CO2e EJOT Polska Compared to 2016, total emissions from scope 1 and 2 increased by 63%. Thanks to the good economic situation, it was possible to increase production many times over. The location was expanded by a new production hall of more than 3,000 m² and by office space of more than 1,000 m² - chart 50. The strategic key figure CO2e electricity / used granulate shows a negative trend, which is also due to the strong growth of the location. Any electricity consumption from construction activities is included in the strategic key figure - chart 51. You can find information on the projects in subchapter 6.9.6.2 "What have we achieved" and 6.9.6.3 "The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning".

+ 4000 m² more area + 63% more total emissions Scope 1 and 2 compared to 2016

Chart 50

Negative trend of the strategic EJOgreen key figure compared to 2016 ATTENTION! Strongly growing location See also chapter 6.9.3.2 and 6.9.3.3

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6.9.6.1.

Significant emission sources EJOT Polska

The most significant emission source at the location in Poland are emissions from purchased electricity (scope 2). Emissions from electricity consumption increased by approx. 22% compared to 2018. This increase is amongst others due to the increase in production - chart 52. A large proportion of electricity in Poland is generated by coal, which leads to a relatively high emission factor compared to other European countries. The trend is negative, with the result that the management decided at the end of 2019 to purchase certificates for green electricity with proof of origin from 2020 on. From 2020 on, EJOT Polska will thus emit 0 emissions from electricity consumption. For detailed information, see subchapter 6.9.6.3.

Negative trend Emissions from electricity consumption scope 2.1 compared to 2016 ATTENTION! Strongly growing location See also chapter 6.9.3.2 and 6.9.3.3

Chart 52

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Emissions from natural gas consumption have decreased continuously over the past years. But this emission depends on the weather as well as the age of the heating systems. This is a less significant emission source - chart 53.

Positive trend Emissions from natural gas consumption scope 1.1 compared to 2016

Chart 53

6.9.6.2. •

What have we achieved?

Analysis of the energy consumption of injection moulding machines. Target:

Reducing the energy consumption by using a functional energy measurement system.

Measures:

The project has not yet been finished. Thanks to the energy measurement system, it was possible in 2018 to compare the operation of machines with and without eco-drive, to identify significant energy consumers and to adjust the electricity consumption. With this system, it was also possible to thoroughly plan the energy purchase for 2020.

Remarks: In future, it will be possible to compare the energy efficiency of a machine on the basis of the production of the same part on two different machines. This enables a greater use of machines with higher energy efficiency.

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Analysis of the increased energy consumption in relation to granulate consumption The company is in a phase of strong development and dynamic changes (including expansion by a B2 hall, increased production, relocation of machines). In the framework of the project, the energy consumption which is not related to the amount of granulate was analysed and identified, including the cleanroom and assembly machines. Furthermore, a larger number of engineering plastics led to a significant increase in the energy consumption of the dryer. Machines with a low injection weight for processing engineering plastics consume about 5 times more energy for processing 1 kg of plastics.

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Target:

Analysing the reasons for stopping the 2 machines and subsequently implementing preventive measures to reduce scrap.

Measures:

A high number of stops on the machines directly led to an increased amount of waste. An analysis detected this problem. As a result, measures were initiated which led to the environmental target set in 2019 being achieved.

6.9.6.3. •

The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning

Since the beginning of 2020, electricity has been sourced 100% from renewable energies. This reduces the CO2 emissions from the purchase of electricity to "0 tons". This offer, named "Naturally this energy", guarantees with a certificate with proof of origin that the electricity exclusively comes from plants for the generation of renewable energies - chart 54.

Share of renewable energies "naturally this energy" for the year 2020

Chart 54

•

Optimisaion of production to reduce synthetic waste Target:

Reducing the production of plastic waste in the production department by sorting and feeding back plastic waste into the production processes. Plastic waste is currently being classified into three types: PE, PA and MIX. In order to protect the natural environment, PE waste should be completely recycled and sorted so that some of the materials can be recovered.

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6.9.7. EJOT Schweiz AG Number of employees as of 31.12.2019: 75 Units i.a.: Injection moulding machines and other plastic-processing units

6.9.8. Total CO2e EJOT Schweiz AG Total emissions have increased over the past 4 years, but since 2017 they have hardly changed and have been on a quite constant level - chart 55. Regarding the strategic key figure CO2e electricity / used granulate, a positive trend since 2016 can be seen. This development is due to the implementation of various projects which are listed in chapter 6.9.8.2 - chart 56.

Since 2017 rather constant Total emissions Scope 1 and 2 + 25% compared to 2016

Chart 55

Positive trend of the strategic EJOgreen key figure compared to 2016

Chart 56

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6.9.8.1.

Significant emission sources EJOT Schweiz AG

The location in Switzerland has no significant emission source which is above 500 t CO2e per year. This is amongst others due to the low emission factor. The electricity mix in Switzerland is mainly made up of climate-friendly nuclear energy and a high proportion of hydropower. Despite the climate-friendly electricity mix in Switzerland, EJOT Schweiz AG is considered a large-scale consumer. Therefore, it was agreed with the federal government that 2% of energy shall be saved per year over a period of 10 years. In order to achieve this target, several projects have been implemented, are in progress or in the planning stage - chart 57.

Constant Emissions from electricity consumption scope 2.1 compared to 2016

Chart 57

6.9.8.2. • • • •

Optimisation of compressed air efficiency Optimisation of lighting system by changing to LED lighting Monitoring and reducing electricity consumption of large-scale consumers such as temperature control units, material supply system, cooling system Reduction of HDPE production scrap

6.9.8.3. • •

What have we achieved?

The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning

Setup of an energy measurement system Projects from 2019 are continued and re-evaluated.

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6.9.9. EJOT Sverige AB Number of employees as of 31.12.2019: 49 Sales company 6.9.10. Total CO2e EJOT Sverige AB The location in Sweden is a sales company and responsible for the supply of mechanical fasteners. In addition to the commercial business, technical advice is another core task of the location. Since it is a rented building with a very good building fabric, the possibilities for saving energy are very limited. There are no significant emission sources - chart 58 The strategic key figure was introduced in 2018 after the implementation of the ISO 14001:2015 and shows a slightly negative trend - chart 59. Avoiding and separating waste is an environmental target and is consistently pursued at the site.

Positive trend Total emissions Scope 1 and 2 compared to 2017 ATTENTION! Hardly any possibilities to influence Chart 58

Negative trend of the strategic EJOgreen key figure

compared to 2018 ATTENTION! Hardly any possibilities to influence

Chart 59

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6.9.11. EJOT Taicang China Number of employees as of 31.12.2019: 227 Production of fasteners and injection-moulded parts

6.9.11.1.

Significant emission sources EJOT Taicang China

The location has a size of around 18,550 m². A first analysis was started retroactively for 2019 which currently accounts for the scope 1 category (direct emissions) and the scope 2 category (indirect emissions from purchased electricity). Total emissions at the location EJOT China in 2019 are 4,072 CO2e [t] Most significant emission source at the location in China are emissions from electricity consumption, 3,995 CO2e [t]. There is no natural gas consumption. There is no district heating. Another, yet insignificant emission source is the fuel consumption of the EJOT vehicle fleet, which is quite low at 76 CO2e [t]. Only petrol is used, no diesel. Furthermore, the biggest cooling system with a volume of 20 litres of coolant is considered. In the coming year, a first comparison of the CO2e emissions 2020 to 2019 can be made. 6.9.11.2. • •

For 2019 to 2021, a contract was signed with the network provider which can save 100,000 RMB in 2020. In 2019, part of the old lighting systems was replaced by LED lighting. Cost saving 20,000 RMB.

6.9.11.3. • •

What have we achieved?

The following projects are in the implementation phase or in planning

By installing time controllers for the air conditioning systems, a cost saving of 100,000 RMB is expected in 2020. By installing sensor lighting systems, 10% energy can be saved. A cost saving of around 30,000 RMB is expected.

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7. Assumptions and uncertainties 7.1.

EJOT Germany

Scope 1.1 Direct emissions from stationary combustion processes [natural gas consumption]: There are uncertainties in data transmission. A central monitoring of the natural gas consumption by the UAG department is not yet possible. Scope 1.3 Direct fugitive emissions [leakage loss at cooling systems]: Due to the large number of cooling and air conditioning systems, a general loss of 2% per year and system volume was assumed. All cooling and air conditioning systems that are listed in the documentation for compliance with legal requirements are taken into account. The age of the system is no longer taken into account, as older systems are gradually being replaced by new technology. Large systems which require monitoring, such as cooling systems at the locations Tambach, Berghausen and In der Aue are checked for leakage losses using the existing operation logs. Forklifts that run on diesel / LPG are also taken into account. Scope 3.1 Purchased goods and services Considered are wire, granulates, gases, cleaning agents, oils and greases, chemicals, aluminium slit strip, packaging material and purchased goods for the Construction Division in Bad Laasphe. Goods supplied and used by cleaning companies, such as toilet paper, paper towels, cleaning agents, bin liners were assessed for the first time in 2018. However, the very small amount of emissions is disproportionate to the data collection. Therefore, cleaning companies are no longer considered. Only weight quantities are examined. Litres are converted into kilograms. Quantities which were listed in pieces or bottles in the data transmission will not be considered. There are uncertainties in the emission factors. For granulate and wire, an averaged value is used. Scope 3.6 Business travel: The distance calculator luftlinie.org is used for flights. Destination airports for intermediate stops could not be considered. No train trips, taxi trips or rental vehicles were considered. Scope 3.7 Employee commuting: For employee commuting, the distance calculator google maps is used. No carpools are taken into account. Commuting by foot or bicycle could not be taken into account. As a calculation basis, it was assumed that 1 employee works an average of 220 days. Possible inactive periods due to sick leave, for example, could not be considered. Scope 3.12 End-of-life treatment of sold products: The basis is the respective sales volume at the locations Herrenwiese, Stockwiese and Berghausen. 7.2.

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Poland, Turkey, Switzerland, Sweden and China were surveyed. The responsible environmental management officer sends the data to the central UAG department in Germany. Further information, for example on the economic situation, is also transmitted by the managers of the locations and included in the report. There could be possible uncertainties when collecting the data and entering the data in the default lists. Furthermore, the respective country-specific emission factor could be a possible source of error.

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8. Signatures EJOT Holding management

Christian F. Kocherscheidt

…………….………………………………….

Management / President

Wolfgang Bach

…………….………………………………….

Management CFO

Angelika Wetzstein

.……………………………………………….

Management HR / Legal

Dr. Frank Dratschmidt

…………….………………………………….

Management

Ralf Birkelbach

…………….………………………………….

Management

Dr. Rolf Künkel

……………………….……………………….

Management

Bad Berleburg, 01.04.2020

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9. Contact EJOT Holding GmbH & Co. KG Im Herrengarten 1 D-57319 Bad Berleburg Heiko Stötzel Coordinator environment and occupational health and safety Head of environment department Phone: e-mail:

+49 2751 529 243 HStoetzel@ejot.com

Claudia Schröder Environmental management system DIN EN ISO 14001 Author CCF report Phone: e-mail:

+49 2751 529 6900 CSchroeder@ejot.com

Internet:

www.ejot.de

10. List of abbreviations Abbreviation

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 lighting system Software für business processes

UAG RFI

Environment department of the EJOT Holding Germany Radiative Forcing Index (increased greenhouse effect from aircraft emissions)

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11. Appendix to the CCF Report 2019 Organisation Germany total

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

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Direct emissions from mobile combustion sources Direct fugitive emissions Direct emissions: Physical or chemical processing Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Purchased goods and services Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energy-related activities Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting Indirect emissions: End-of-life treatment of sold products

Sum Germany Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

In der Aue

1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1 3.1 3.3 3.5 3.6 3.7

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Direct emissions from mobile combustion sources Direct fugitive emissions Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Purchased goods and services Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energy-related activities Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting

Sum In der Aue Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

Untere Bienhecke

1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2.1 3.1 3.3 3.5 3.6 3.7

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Direct emissions from mobile combustion sources Direct fugitive emissions Direct emissions from processes Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Purchased goods and services Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energy-related activities 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 3.3 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.12

Sum Herrenwiese

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Direct emissions from mobile combustion sources Direct fugitive emissions Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Purchased goods and services Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energy-related activities Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting Indirect emissions: End-of-life treatment of sold products

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

5.066

5.219

5.514

5.274

1.063

1.003

1.136

989

35

14

23

36

0

0

0

0

12.738

11.964

11.826

12.816

41.635

38.013

38.719

34.093

1.184

1.193

1.214

1.215

120

113

121

121

545 1.688

1.725 2.251

316 2.019

468 1.861

299

388

392

423

64.374

61.884

61.280

57.297

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

159

175

258

196

26

47

67

43

1

0

1

4

1.445

1.347

1.282

1.484

3.416

2.927

3.133

3.218

91

91

96

97

13

13

13

14

4 149

1 135

6 123

9 118

5.303

4.737

4.979

5.183

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

766

831

817

789

138

95

117

43

6,9 0,1

2,0 0,1

5,9 0,1

6,5 0,1

2.353

2.059

1.971

1.912

972

659

37

511

201

198

192

181

23

21

22

23

76 205

51 286

56 279

39 273

4.740

4.201

3.497

3.778

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

948

1.029

945

885

304

286

316

295

8

4

7

13

2.883

2.737

2.872

3.243

14.676

10.899

12.046

10.670

247

255

254

260

36

47

54

45

94 509

97 768

47 641

69 603

206

248

250

249

19.911

16.370

17.432

16.332

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Organisation Tambach

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

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Direct emissions from mobile combustion sources Direct fugitive emissions Direct emissions: Physical or chemical processing Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Purchased goods and services Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energy-related activities Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting

Sum Tambach Organisation Adolf-Böhl-Straße

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

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Direct emissions from mobile combustion sources Direct fugitive emissions Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Purchased goods and services Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energy-related activities Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting Indirect emissions: End-of-life treatment of sold products

Sum Adolf-Böhl-Straße Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

Stockwiese / Lahnuferstraße

1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1 3.1 3.3 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.12

Sum Stockwiese / Lahnuferstraße Organisation Herrengarten / Kurhaus

Scope acc. GHG 1.1 2.1 3.3 3.5 3.7

Sum Herrengarten / Kurhaus

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Direct emissions from mobile combustion sources Direct fugitive emissions Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Purchased goods and services Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energy-related activities Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations Indirect emissions: Business travel Indirect emissions: Employee commuting Indirect emissions: End-of-life treatment of sold products

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissons: Fuel- and energy-related activities Indirect emissions: Waste generated in operations

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

2.694

2.706

3.004

2.860

88

115

150

112

3,6

3,0

3,3

7,2

0,0

0,0

0,1

0,1

4.564

4.427

4.288

4.760

13.142

15.269

14.436

12.126

517

255

254

546

41

25

25

32

48 300

43 370

35 332

73 315

21.397

23.214

22.526

20.831

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

180

178

223

226

67

44

41

34

10

2

2

2

1.152

1.089

1.113

1.143

6.111

4.938

5.388

3.913

78

77

83

83

4

4

3

3

57 113

53 144

22 124

68 116

13

42

34

36

7.786

6.571

7.034

5.625

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

206

199

162

215

323

293

320

342

5

2

3

3

281

252

248

221

3.316

3.318

3.681

3.655

36

40

30

34

4

3

3

3

82 211

725 281

30 275

79 243

80

98

108

138

4.544

5.211

4.859

4.934

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

113

101

105

104

61

53

53

53

14

12

13

14

0,2

0,1

0,2

0,2

188

167

171

171

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

117

123

125

120

Indirect emissions: Employee commuting

Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

Holding

1.2

Direct emissions sources

3.6

Indirect emissions: Business travel

183

755

120

132

3.7

Indirect emissions: Employee commuting

202

266

245

193

502

1.144

489

445

Sum Holding

Description acc. GHG-Protocol from

mobile

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Organisation EJOTATF Mexico

Scope acc. GHG 1.1 1.2 2.1

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity

Sum Mexico Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

EJOT Polska

1.1 1.2 2.1

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity

Sum Poland Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

EJOT Tezmak

1.1 1.2 2.1

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity

Sum Turkey Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

EJOT Schweiz AG

1.1 1.2 2.1

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Direct emissions from stationary combustion sources Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity

Sum Schweiz Organisation

Scope acc. GHG

EJOT Sverige AB

1.2 2.1 2.2

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity

Organisation EJOT China

1.2 1.3 2.1

Sum China

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

394

513

970

388

53

58

75

141

818

819

1.002

982

1.264

1.389

2.047

1.511

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

98

94

96

83

180

183

189

170

2.030

2.673

2.871

3.503

2.308

2.951

3.156

3.757

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

1.448

1.383

1.422

1.422

133

116

278

166

773

935

1.033

1.019

2.353

2.434

2.733

2.607

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

49

71

53

67

52

68

81

81

84

92

87

84

185

231

221

232

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

-

105

124

110

-

10

10

10

Indirect emissions from district heating / cooling -

Sum Sweden Scope acc. GHG

CO2e [t] Basic year 2016

Description acc. GHG-Protocol Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity Direct emissions of fugitive emissions: Intentional or unintentional releases Indirect emissions from the use of purchased electricity

91

113

91

-

228

225

211

CO2e [t] 2016

CO2e [t] 2017

CO2e [t] 2018

CO2e [t] 2019

-

-

-

76

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

3.995

-

-

-

4.072

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