Sopra Steria - 2020 Universal registration document
4 CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY
Environmental responsibility: Innovating all along our value chain
environmental impact of residual GHG emissions (2) linked to its purchases relative to revenue and EBITDA.
Residual emissions from purchases (excluding business travel, offices, on- and off-site data centres and fugitive emissions) (REQ-04) (1)
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Ratio of residual emissions to revenue ; . D5 Ratio of residual emissions to EBITDA ; . D5
Assuming no change in the scope of purchases relative to 2019 and 2018, residual emissions from the Group’s purchases in 2020 would have amounted to 201,803 tCO 2 e. *
%'$"$) # ) ' *! ' $#$". WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE) TARGET: Give 100% of WEEE a second life by 2025 (reuse through resale and donation, heat recovery or raw materials for recycling).
RESULTS AND ANALYSIS: Sopra Steria maximises the lifespan of electrical and electronic equipment and specialist suppliers collect and manage the disposal of this equipment. In 2020, 97% of WEEE was given a second life. WEEE per employee was reduced by 22.6% in 2020 relative to 2019, with a portion of this reduction (estimated at 39%) due to the consequences of the Covid-19 crisis and the remainder resulting from more environmentally responsible practices.
Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) (REQ-04) (1)
Absolute quantity 30
Quantity per employee 30 .5847@.. Proportion given a second life
PAPER AND CARDBOARD WASTE TARGET: Recycle 100% of paper and cardboard waste by 2025 (heat recovery or raw materials for recycling). RESULTS AND ANALYSIS: Sopra Steria optimises printing and runs awareness campaigns to reduce waste.
In 2020, 99.7% of paper and cardboard waste was recycled. Paper and cardboard waste collected per employee was reduced by 53.5% in 2020 relative to 2019, with a large portion of this reduction (estimated at 82%) due to the consequences of the Covid-19 crisis and the remainder resulting from more environmentally responsible practices.
Paper and cardboard waste (REQ-04) (1)
Absolute quantity (kg)
Quantity per employee (kg/employee)
Proportion of paper and cardboard waste collected separately and recycled
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Responsible purchasing: Sopra Steria applies Group-wide purchasing rules that take into account environmental selection criteria. Its suppliers’ charter also includes environmental standards. The relevant information is set out in Section 3.4, “Responsible purchasing”, of this chapter (pages 119 to 120). Stakeholders: Civil society United Kingdom/Cabinet Office: The Group took part in the p Net Zero Carbon round table organised by the Cabinet Office in London. Key points covered include the impact of the Covid crisis on emissions (working from home, reduction in commuting, supply chain resilience).
TARGETS: Ensure the entire value chain (employees, clients, suppliers, p partners, etc.) is involved in and contributes to the continuous improvement process. Raise awareness among our stakeholders and contribute to p working groups involving opinion leaders. Develop employee engagement across the Group. p RESULTS: The relevant information is set out in Section 4.3.4, “Reducing GHG emissions resulting from our operations”, of this chapter (pages 126 to 128).
CDSB REQ: For more information, see the Glossary on page 308. (1)
SOPRA STERIA UNIVERSAL REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2020
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