Worldline - 2020 Universal Registration Document

EXTRA-FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF PERFORMANCE Reducing our environmental footprint

Environmental risk

Risk description

Worldline action plan Related opportunities Main monitoring KPIs

Climate change For more details, refer to this document, Section D.5.2.

Worldline’s activity of processing large amounts of data and manufacturing payment terminals contributes to energy consumption and related air emissions. The Company has a responsibility in setting ambitious carbon reduction targets and using renewable energy sources to support the fight against climate change. This risk will be higher following the Ingenico’s integration since the carbon footprint will drastically increase Key topics: climate change and pollution Limited resources, especially the rare raw materials used in electrical components, constitutes a challenge for the digital industry. Worldline’s payment terminals have to be eco-designed, collected and recycled to limit electronic waste and favour the circular economy. This risk will also be enhanced following the integration with Ingenico considering its manufacturing activities of terminals Key topic: circular economy

In 2019, Worldline has set its own Science-Based Targets, committing to reduce its absolute CO 2 emissions by 2025 and 2035. Three other programmes are in place to reduce CO 2 emissions regarding energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainable mobility.

Energy efficiency /International environmental

GRI 302-3 Energy ● intensity GRI 305-4 ● Greenhouse Gas emissions intensity GRI 305-1, GRI 305-2, ● GRI 305-3 Greenhouse gas emissions DCs and Offices Scope 1, 2, 3

standards & initiatives /Developing sustainable solutions

Circular economy For more details, refer to this document, Section D.5.3.

Worldline is committed to ensure that its payment terminals are eco-designed and recycled (complying with WEEE regulation) to have the minimum impact on the environment throughout their lifecycle. Worldline also pays specific attention to avoid the use of conflict minerals in its components.

Eco-efficient products, recycling opportunities /Developing sustainable solutions

WL 10 Waste ● Electrical and


Electronic Equipment (WEEE)

Universal Registration Document 2020


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