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State of the art facilities

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£10m
invested in energy efficiency projects
20%
reduction in global energy use since 2014
£184m
invested in developing new facilities
67%
reduction in waste sent to landfill since 2014

Project Sunshine

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Operational performance

We continue to invest in improving the operational performance of our facilities, both in our production and office environments.

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Understanding our energy use helps us to identify inefficiencies and opportunities for improvement across our global business.

Our total energy consumption for 2018, excluding product test and development, was 92 MWh/£m, which represents a 20% reduction since 2014. We are on track to meet our global target to reduce energy use by 30%, normalised by revenue, by 2020.

Our progress is the result of a continued investment in energy efficiency improvement projects, including upgrading lighting and heating systems, and building management systems. In 2016, we invested over £10m in energy efficiency improvement projects, our highest annual investment to date.

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免费看成年人视频在线观看Investing in renewable energy sources and other opportunities to reduce our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduces costs and mitigates the risks associated with energy price volatility.

Investing in renewable energy sources and other opportunities to reduce our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduces costs and mitigates the risks associated with energy price volatility.

Our total GHG emissions for 2018, excluding product test and development, was 381 ktCO2e. This represents a 21% reduction since 2014. We are on track to meet our global target to reduce absolute greenhouse gas emissions in our operations and facilities by 50% by 2025.

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In 2016, we completed two large solar power installations at our Singapore and Bristol, UK manufacturing sites.

More information on our operational GHG reduction target

We have made good progress with improving our solid waste recycling rate over the past 15 years and continue to explore further opportunities for improvement. This includes the introduction of new technology and a focus on the waste hierarchy.

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Our total solid and liquid waste production in 2018 was 4.78 t/£m, a 2% increase since 2014. This increase has been largely driven by improved data collection and validation.

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We use water in our manufacturing, repair and overhaul services, and for certain product testing activities.

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In 2016 our total water consumption was similar to previous years at approximately 4100 megalitres.

We have completed a detailed global review of our water footprint, using the Global Water Tool from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. This has helped us to identify regions of higher water stress. This means we can take local water availability into consideration when making decisions on future site locations and targeted investments to reduce water use at existing sites.

We have also sought opportunities to reduce our water use in key processing areas. Our largest water use is in wet processing, such as component clean and surface plating. We invest in monitoring equipment and counter-flow rinsing techniques to extend bath lives, significantly reducing our need to replenish.

Our approach

We continue to invest in developing state of the art manufacturing and production environments that enable us to reduce the environmental impact of our operations.

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At the same time, we recognise the need to mitigate any negative impacts associated with our business operations and facilities. This helps us to ensure our facilities are resilient; removing cost and risk from our operations.

Our environment strategy reflects three core areas of focus:

  • Supporting customers by further reducing the environmental impact of our products and services
  • Developing new technology and capability for future low emissions products and services
  • Continually reducing the environmental impact of all our business activities.

We continually monitor performance across our global footprint and set global policy, procedures and targets in line with our production activities.

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Material stewardship

Our products are comprised of complex materials and metals that are critical to enabling them to perform in a safe and efficient manner. We apply stringent rules and processes to material sourcing and stewardship, whilst never comprising product safety.

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Conflict minerals

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We set high standards for the way we do business. This helps our customers know that we can be trusted to deliver excellence. We request our suppliers to only provide us with raw materials, components and subassemblies that are derived from responsibly-sourced minerals that can be certified in accordance with OECD guidelines. Suppliers must cascade these requirements through their own suppliers to ensure rigour throughout the supply chain.

We recognise that determination of the original source of many of the materials used in our supply chain will be a difficult and lengthy process. Despite these challenges, we are committed to working with our suppliers and industrial partners to take all practical steps to meet customer requirements and assure supply chain compliance.

Chemicals management

We are focused on the managed reduction and phase out of the use of substances targeted by REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals) and similar regulations.

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Where there are restrictions or permit requirements to chemical use in some legal jurisdictions, we will pursue opportunities to substitute with available alternatives or apply for permits to continue use. In such cases we will maintain strict substance management and exposure controls.

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Our position on climate change

Our world is changing. At Rolls-Royce we recognise that human activity is increasing the levels of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere and accelerating global climate change. Increasing global population and wealth drives demand for power and mobility. This substantiates our vision to pioneer the power that matters.

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The Committee consists of the following members:

Professor Sir John Beddington (Chair)
Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford, UK

Professor Paulo Ferrao
Instituto Superior Tecnico, University of Lisbon, Portugual

Professor Piers Forster
University of Leeds, UK

Professor Eric Paterson
Virginia Polytechnic and State University (Virginia Tech), Virginia USA