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Long-term sustainability targets 2025

Gränges has a group-wide sustainability framework which covers 13 material topics grouped into five sustainability pillars. Each pillar has an accompanying long-term commitment and targets for 2025.

The targets below represent a subset of the 2025 sustainability targets which can be found here ›

Reduce carbon emissions intensity from own operations and purchased energy (scope 1+2) by 25 per cent.1) Reduce carbon emissions intensity from sourced metal inputs (scope 3) by 30 per cent.1)

 

 

Comment: In 2021, carbon intensity reached 0.88 tonnes CO2e/tonne for scope 1+2 and 8.4 tonnes CO2e/tonne for scope 3. Excluding Gränges Konin and Gränges Powder Metallurgy, scope 1+2 intensity decreased by 11 per cent to 0.73 (0.83) and scope 3 by 3 per cent to 9.3 (9.6). Total carbon intensity (scope 1+2+3) has now been reduced by 19 per cent vs. baseline 2017.

 

1) Versus baseline 2017, recalculated to include Gränges Konin.

Note: 2017–2020 exclude Gränges Konin and Gränges Powder Metallurgy.

100 per cent of Gränges’ products to have third-party verified sustainability information available. 

 

Comment: In 2021, the share of products with third-party verified sustainability information increased to 35 per cent, which corresponds to 43 per cent (19) excluding Gränges Konin and Gränges Powder Metallurgy. Local product carbon footprint tools and certificates are now in use at Gränges Finspång and Gränges Shanghai.

Note: 2017–2020 exclude Gränges Konin and Gränges Powder Metallurgy.

Increase the share of sourced aluminium scrap to at least 30 per cent of total sourced metal input. 

 

Comment: In 2021, the share of sourced aluminium scrap increased to 28.5 per cent. Excluding Gränges Konin and Gränges Powder Metallurgy, the share increased by 2.5 percentage points to 25.0 (22.5). The increase was driven by expanded sourcing of aluminium scrap in all regions, mainly in Gränges Americas.

Note: 2017–2020 exclude Gränges Konin and Gränges Powder Metallurgy. 

Reduce Total Recordable Rate to <3.0 recordable accidents per million hours worked.

 

 

Comment: In 2021, Total Recordable Rate (TRR) increased to 6.5 recordable accidents per million hours worked. Excluding Gränges Konin and Gränges Powder Metallurgy, TRR was 6.9 (5.5). Severity Rate increased to 139 lost workdays per million hours worked, which corresponds to 101 (109) excluding Gränges Konin and Gränges Powder Metallurgy. 

Note: 2017–2020 exclude Gränges Konin and Gränges Powder Metallurgy. 

All sites to achieve certifications in accordance with the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) Performance Standard and Chain of Custody (CoC) Standard. 

 

 

Comment: In 2021, Gränges Finspång achieved certification in accordance with the ASI CoC Standard, followed by Gränges Shanghai in January 2022. In conjunction with the CoC Standard certification, Finspång achieved a full Performance Standard certification, upgraded from a provisional status due to COVID-19. Gränges Shanghai was certified against ASI Performance standard in 2019. 

Note: 2017–2020 exclude Gränges Konin and Gränges Powder Metallurgy.