More data and information
Business metrics overview
Tabular representations of the most important data
in alphabetic order
ASA (work situation analysis) PLuS: Group discussion on mental stress at work with external, independent moderation
Trade association for raw materials and chemical industry (BG RCI): All companies in the building materials, stone and earth, mining, chemical industry, leather industry, paper production and equipment and sugar sectors are insured with BG RCI.
Brand Reputation through Compliance Global Standard (BRCGS): Certification for food safety
Corporate Carbon Footprint (CCF): The Corporate Carbon Footprint (CCF) consists of emissions that a company emits during the manufacture and sale of its product. These emissions are categorized into Scope 1, 2 and 3:
- Scope 1 – direct emissions: e.g. emissions from energy sources at our site such as natural gas and coolants as well as from our own vehicle fleet (cars/trucks)
- Scope 2 – includes indirect emissions resulting from generating purchased energy, such as electricity, district heating/cooling
- Scope 3 – includes all indirect emissions that occur along the value chain: A distinction is made between upstream emissions (indirect emissions associated with purchased goods/services) and downstream emissions (indirect emissions associated with our sold goods and services).
EFSA: EFSA was established in 2002 as the European Union agency to provide an impartial source of scientific advice to risk managers as well as information about food chain associated risks.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA): US government regulatory agency for all goods placed on the US market
GKV-Compliance-Initiative: Code of the general association plastics processing industry e. V.
GRI (Global Reporting Initiative): offers standards for sustainability reporting
HACCP-System (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point): Measures serve to ensure food safety as well as identify and eliminate hazard points in the company.)
ILO conventions: The 10 conventions (87, 98, 29, 105, 100, 111, 138, 182, 155, 187), which are legally binding, are based on five basic principles (freedom of association and right to collective bargaining, elimination of forced labor, abolition of child labor, prohibition of discrimination in employment and occupation, occupational health and safety). The core principles are guidelines only.
International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS Foundation): is a non-profit, public-interest organization established to develop high-quality, understandable, enforceable, and globally recognized accounting and sustainability standards
Jokey Eco Concept: 10 fields of action in the areas of Eco Strategy, Eco Resources and Eco Design with the aim of maximum product functionality with a minimum ecological footprint
Nongovernmental Organization (NGO): Organizations that represent transnational political and societal, but also social or economic goals on the basis of private initiative
OECD: International Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, which works for better politics and lives. The aim is to shape policies that promote prosperity, equality, opportunity and well-being for all.
Paris Climate Conference: At the “Paris Climate Conference” (COP 21) in 2015, the international community agreed for the first time under international law to limit global warming to well below 2 °C compared to the pre-industrial level. In addition, states should strive to keep temperature increases below 1.5 °C in order to prevent the most devastating foreseeable consequences of climate change.
Polypropylene: PP for short – consists of ethylene and propylene. These two gases in turn are produced from crude oil.
Recyclate: If material is generated as waste in households, industry or commerce (in their role as end consumers), the resulting recyclates must be referred to as post-consumer recyclates (PCR).
Science-based Targets Initiative (SBTi): The Science-based Targets Initiative (SBTi) was established by the WWF, CDP, World Resources Institute (WRI) and UN Global Compact and has developed guidelines for companies along a sub-1.5 degree Celsius climate target.
SMETA Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit: is a verification procedure for sustainable and ethical behavior of companies. The external, company-independent auditing procedure refers to the entire supply chain of a product and the processes involved. SMETA 4-Pillar is a 4-pillar audit and includes working conditions, health and safety, environmental performance and business ethics.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): The Sustainable Development Goals Division (DSDG) within the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA) acts as the secretariat for SDGs and provides substantive support and capacity building for goals and related topics including water, energy, climate, oceans, urbanization, transport, science and technology, Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR), partnerships and small island developing countries. DSDG plays a key role in evaluating the system-wide implementation of the 2030 Agenda by the United Nations, as well as in advocacy and outreach activities related to SDGs.
Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC): Substances of very high concern. The substances are identified by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA).
UN Global Compact: The UN Global Compact is an initiative for sustainable and responsible corporate management.
UN Charter of Human Rights: Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations
World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF) Deutschland: non-profit environmental foundation (NGO)
(Sources: Wikipedia, packaging journal, Utopia, Federal Agency for Civic Education, Institute for Workplace Health Promotion, ClimatePartner, Federal Environment Agency)
with page references
The page references given here refer to the PDF version of the sustainability report, which you can download here.