Achieves net carbon savings of 498,382 tonnes, significant increases in steam generation to DS Smith paper mill and ’highly commended’ award by RoSPA
LONDON, United Kingdom
enfinium today releases its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report for 2022 entitled New Horizons. It sets out the business’s progress against a range of ambitions to deliver on its goal of building more sustainable, diverse and equitable local communities in the UK.
Highlights of the report included:
The report also highlights the business’s intentions regarding biodiversity. These include new biodiversity assessments at all sites, including annual habitat condition surveys, completed by independent ecologists, as well as external noise monitoring and daily checks of habitat conditions.
Mike Maudsley, CEO, enfinium said:
“ESG isn’t a bolt on to our strategy at enfinium, it is our business strategy. This new report shows the remarkable progress we have made across a number of critical areas thanks to the enthusiasm of our people and support of our many stakeholders.
The report is clear evidence of the commitment to transparency and accountability that underpins all of our work at enfinium, from pursuing opportunities around the transition to a low-carbon economy to investing in underserved local communities.”
To learn more about ESG at enfinium, visit enfinium.co.uk/ESG.
* tCO2e stands for tonnes (t) of carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalent (e)
enfinium is one of the largest energy from waste businesses in the UK and is an industry leader in the conversion of non-recyclable residential and business waste into heat and partially renewable power. enfinium currently has a platform of six (two in construction) strategically located facilities across the UK. Today, enfinium has an annual waste processing capacity of over 2.3 million tonnes, and a total combined electric generating capacity of 265MW (gross) — enough energy to power more than 500,000 UK homes. For more on enfinium, please visit www.enfinium.co.uk