To make the shift towards more sustainable business we are focusing on four sustainability goals for 2030. We update the graphs on a regular basis to show how we progress in our work.
Sustainability goals 2030
Left axis: Waste in thousand tons. Each bar displays a quarterly outcome. It’s split in two parts: Waste to Recovery and Waste to other disposal.
Right axis: The line shows Total Waste in thousand tons, and the values are ‘annualized’, meaning that each data point is the sum of the last four quarters. The line is shown against the scale on the right hand side.
Waste to Recovery = The sum of waste that go to some sort of recovery operations. There are plenty different operations that are classified as recovery operations. In short it means that the waste is either, reused, recovered or recycled.
Waste to Other Disposal = The sum of waste that go to any operation not classified as recovery. The most common example is that it’s disposed to a landfill.
Left axis: Carbon emissions in thousand tons. Each bar represents the quarterly outcome. The bar is stacked and the split is to illustrate the share of direct and indirect carbon emissions.
Right axis: The line shows Total CO2 emissions in thousand tons, and the values are ‘annualized’, meaning that each data point is the sum of the last four quarters. The line is shown against the scale on the right-hand side.
Direct carbon emission: Emission from combustion of fossil fuels in owned or controlled sources, for example, vehicle fuels and fuel in furnaces. Also known as Scope 1 emission.
Indirect carbon emission: Emission that occur from generation of purchased energy. For example emissions from use of purchased electricity. Also known as Scope 2 emission.
Total recordable injury frequency rate
Left axis: Stacked column is showing number of injuries per quarter. The column is split by incident classification.
Right axis: Injury frequency rates. The higher one shows TRIFR, the lower shows LTIFR.
Incident classifications: Fatality, LTI, RWI, MTI
KPI’s: TRIFR and LTIFR
Fatality: A work-related incident that results in a fatality
LTI (Lost Time Injury): A work-related incident that results in at least one day's absence for the injured person.
RWI (Restricted Work Injury): A work-related incident that results in at least one day where the injured person can not perform all of their normal work but may be able to do alternative work.
MTI (Medical treatment Injury): A work-related incident that results in the need of medical treatment before the injured person can return to all of their normal work.
TRIFR (Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate): Sum of all recordable injuries (Fatal + LTI + RWI + MTI) per million worked hours.
LTIFR (Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate): Sum of (Fatal + LTI) per million worked hours
Share of women
Left axis: Number of employees (FTE). Each bar represents the status at the end of the quarter. The bar is stacked and the split is to illustrate the share of female and male managers.
Right axis: The line shows % of female managers. Each data point is an expression of Share of female managers in relation to total number of managers at the end of each period.