2021 sustainability report

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A Economic indicators
A.1 Revenue and/or (net) added value A.1.1: revenue Disclosed RUB 1,316.9 bn
A.1.2: added value Disclosed RUB 1,042.3 bn
A.1.3: net added value Disclosed RUB 974.2 bn
A.2 Payments to the Government A.2.1: taxes and other payments to the Government 195 Disclosed VAT is not included in taxes since this tax is indirect and actually paid by end consumers of products and services rather than by the reporting entity. VAT is also excluded from the calculation of profit (loss) and is not disclosed in the Income Statement
A.3 New investment/ expenditures A.3.1: green investment Disclosed RUB 49,031 mln
The expenditures in question make 3.7% of the Company’s consolidated revenue for 2021.
A.3.2: community investment Disclosed RUB 53,806 mln
The expenditures in question make up 4.0% of the Company’s consolidated revenue for 2021
A.3.3: total expenditures on research and development Disclosed RUB 241.43 mln*
The expenditures in question make 0.018% of the Company’s consolidated revenue for 2021.
A.4 Local supplier/ purchasing programmes A.4.1: percentage of local procurement Partially disclosed Data is collected for materials and supplies only. As for other procurement categories, there is no centralised data collection broken down by the location of suppliers. Materials and supplies procured from Russian suppliers make 95.5% of total procurements in this category.
B Environmental indicators
B.1 Sustainable use of water B.1.1: water recycling and reuse Disclosed 86%
B.1.2: water use efficiency Disclosed The ratio between water withdrawal and net added value is 0.08 thousand cu m / RUB mln
B.1.3: water stress Disclosed No water is withdrawn in water-scarce areas. SASB EM-MM-140a.1
B.2 Waste management B.2.1: reduction of waste generation Disclosed In 2021, waste generation increased to 156.42 mt from 145.23 mt in 2020. The ratio between waste generation and net added value decreased from 239 t to 160 t / RUB mln
B.2.2: waste reused, re-manufactured and recycled Disclosed In 2021, in-house waste recycling decreased to 13.54 mt from 34.25 mt in 2020. The ratio between in-house waste recycling and net added value decreased from 56 t to 12 t / RUB mln
B.2.3: hazardous waste Disclosed In 2021, hazard classes 1–4 waste generation increased to 1,492.8 thousand t from 1,182.3 thousand t in 2020. The ratio between such waste generation and net added value went down from 1.94 t to 1.53 t / RUB mln
B.3 Greenhouse gas emissions gas emissions B.3.1: greenhouse gas emissions (scope 1) Disclosed The relative amount of scope 1 greenhouse gas emissions decreased from 15.14 t to 10.08 t of CO2 equivalent per RUB mln of net added value
B.3.2: greenhouse gas emissions (scope 2) Disclosed In 2021, indirect GHG emissions (scope 2) decreased from 0.82 t to 0.5 t of CO2 equivalent per RUB mln of net added value
B.4 Ozonedepleting substances and chemicals B.4.1: ozone-depleting substances and chemicals Disclosed No emissions
B.5 Energy consumption B.5.1: renewable energy Partially disclosed The Report discloses the amount of electric power generated by HPPs and its share in total energy consumption. The current metering system does not allow for the disclosure to be made in full compliance with UNCTAD guidelines. Along with in-house generation, Nornickel Group purchases electric power from third parties connected to Russia’s unified energy system. In 2021, the share of power from renewable sources amounted to 47% for the Group and 52% for assets in the Norilsk Industrial District. For more details, please see the Climate Change section.
Share of renewable energy in the Norilsk Industrial District’s total energy consumption:
• Total electricity consumption: 6.17 bn kWh
• including HPP generated: 3.2 bn kWh
Electric power sold to retail consumers and third parties in the Norilsk Industrial District:
• Total electric power sold to retail consumers and third parties: 934.05 mln kWh
• including HPP generated: 485.7 mln kWh
B.5.2: energy efficiency Disclosed In 2021, the ratio between total energy consumption by the Group and net added value was 0.16 TJ / RUB mln
С Social area
C.1 Gender equality C.1.1: proportion of women in managerial positions Disclosed The proportion of women in managerial positions is 24%
The proportion of women on the Management Board is 40% (4 out of 10 members)
C.2 Human capital C.2.1: average hours of training per year per employee 127 Disclosed
C.2.2: expenditure on employee training per year per employee Disclosed Expenditure on employee training per year per employee:
For all employee categories — RUB 13,030
Blue-collar employees — RUB 6,939
Managers — RUB 30,092
White-collar employees — RUB 19,654
C.2.3: employee wages and benefits with breakdown by employment type and gender 125, 130 Partially disclosed Data is disclosed on wages and remuneration package (excluding insurance contributions); the data disclosed is broken down by region. There is no statistics on wages and benefits broken down by labour contract type, employment type, age or gender.
C.3 Employee health and safety C.3.1: expenditures on employee health and safety 114 Disclosed Expenditures on employee health and safety make up 0.9% of the Group’s consolidated revenue
C.3.2: frequency/incident rates of occupational injuries 244 Partially disclosed The Report discloses information about the occupational injury rate and lost day rate in accordance with the GRI requirements.
C.4 Coverage of collective bargaining agreements C.4.1: percentage of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements 11 Disclosed
D Institutional area
D.1 Corporate governance disclosures D.1.1: number of Board meetings and attendance rate Disclosed Number of Board of Directors meetings — 43
Attendance rate — 100%
D.1.2: number and percentage of female Board members Disclosed The proportion of women on the Board of Directors is 8% (1 out of 13 members)
D.1.3: Board members Disclosed Disclosed in the 2021 Annual Report
D.1.4: number of meetings of the audit committee and attendance rate Disclosed Number of meetings of the Audit Committee — 12
Attendance rate — 100%
D.1.5: compensation: total compensation per Board member(both executive and non-executive directors) Disclosed The 2021 Annual Report discloses the total amount of compensations paid to the members of the Board of Directors.
D.2 Anticorruption practices D.2.1: amount of fines paid or payable due to settlements 245 Disclosed
D.2.2: average hours of training on anti-corruption issues per year per employee 198 Partially disclosed No records are kept on the length (in hours) of anti-corruption training. Reporting in the Company is based on the GRI standards; it means the Report discloses the number and proportion of employees trained in anti-corruption policies and practices.