BPCE - 2018 Registration document
NON-FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE REPORT Responsible internal practices
PAPER CONSUMPTION ➡
Total recycled and/or certified paper* (kg per FTE)
51.17 25.23 74.5%
42.92 51.52 48.3%
Total regular paper*, i.e. not recycled and/or certified (kg per FTE) Percentage of recycled and/or certified reams of A4 paper
86% 15% Includes A4 reams purchased during the fiscal year, printouts (predominantly account statements), specific printouts, thermal paper for ATM receipts, office supplies, marketing materials, * large-volume documents, reams of paper other than A4, prospectuses, forms, envelopes, headed paper, mailings.
Paper consumption is reduced by: replacing individual printers with shared printers, where users are ● required to go to the shared printer to confirm the printouts launched from their workstation, thus avoiding unused printouts; dematerialization, particularly in customer relations (in-branch ● electronic signature, remote selling, paperless account statements and general terms and conditions of sale); better monitoring of reports submitted by two key suppliers, thus ● improving data accuracy and completeness;
a procurement policy encouraging the use of responsible paper ● (derived from recycling or sustainably managed forests), i.e. containing over 50% recycled paper or PEFC-certified (Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes) or FSC-certified (Forest Stewardship Council) paper. Management of water consumption The bank does not have a significant impact on water consumption and wastewater besides personal use in its offices and branches. However, several initiatives are in place to reduce water consumption (raising employee awareness).
Total water consumption per FTE (m 3 )
Registration document 2018
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