Aperam publishes its 'made for life' report for 2019

by Hans Diederichs

Aperam, a leading global producer of stainless and specialty steel, yesterday published its sustainability performance report for 2019 called 'made for life'.

Built on stakeholder inclusiveness and materiality, this report follows the GRI sustainability standards. It has been reviewed by an external audit firm[1] to confirm its compliance with the GRI protocol, including the reporting of material sustainability performance data such as safety results (LTIFR rate), CO2 intensity, energy intensity, water withdrawals and air emissions.

"The Covid-19 pandemic is a challenge like none other. In addition to the healthcare and biodiversity challenges, it has also put the spotlight on such essential issues as the value of human life, freedom, solidarity and makes us re-evaluate the type of society we want to live in. Within this framework, our annual Sustainability Report is more meaningful than ever.

It highlights how our permanent health and safety focus and our affordable and 100% recyclable products create real social value for our stakeholders. It also reasserts our commitment towards sustainable development in line with our 2030 environmental objectives and ambition to be carbon neutral in our European operations by 2050." Timoteo Di Maulo, CEO of Aperam, commented.

Aperam's complete report is available on www.aperam.com under section sustainability. It is composed of the "made for life report" and online supplements, including three country supplements to be released shortly.

Source and photo: Aperam

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