In April 2022, we disclosed a new set of sustainability external targets. We also developed a broader set of internal targets including landfill waste, water withdrawal, emissions to air, biodiversity... Learn more about the next steps of our sustainability journey, as we strive to enable the circular economy of tomorrow.
Reach a 1.5 RCR (recordable case rate)* in 2025 (vs ~2 in 2021)
Everything we do at Constellium begins and ends with safety. We have one of the best recordable case rates in our industry, well below industry standard. But our work is not done until we reach our ultimate target: 0 incident. More about our safety policy and practices here.
*Our Recordable Case Rate measures the number of fatalities, serious injuries, lost-time injuries, restricted work injuries, or medical treatments per 1 million hours worked, including by our contractors
Increase the percentage of women in professional and management roles at Constellium to 25% in 2025 (vs ~21% in 2021)
We are taking active measures to make our company more diverse and inclusive, and we have put in place an ambitious plan to address the current gap in gender diversity in our workplaces. More about our Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives here.
GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS (GHG)
Reduce our scope 1, 2 and 3 GHG emissions intensity* by 30% in 2030 (target of 3.5 t CO2 eq/t shipped vs. 5.1 t/t in 2021)
Reduce our scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions intensity* by 30% in 2030 (target of 0.5 t/t vs. 0.7 t/t in 2021)
We want to play our part in the fight against climate change. We plan to continue our efforts to decrease the GHG emissions intensity linked to our activities (scope 1 and 2), with a focus on energy efficiency. We also commit to reduce our emissions linked to our supply chain (scope 3), by increasing our recycled metal input and by partnering with our suppliers to promote low-carbon emission primary aluminium.
More about our initiatives to reduce GHG emissions here.
We will increase our recycled metal input to over 750kt by 2025 (vs. 624kt in 2019)
Aluminium recycling requires only 5% of the energy used to produce primary metal, while also avoiding waste production and resource depletion and delivering up to 95% in CO2 savings. We already have significant capacity and plan to substantially expand our recycling capacity in the coming years. More about our recycling capacity here.