“We are proud to be able to share the progress that has been made over the past two years, in what has been an exciting and transformational period for our business,” said Antoine Fady, CEO Flint Group. “As our organization has continued to grow, we have maintained a strong focus on building and consolidating on our sustainability culture, taking some important steps to measure and reduce our environmental footprint.”
Aligned to the Dow Jones Sustainable Index, the report outlines the Group’s performance in three key areas – social, economic and environment – detailing the way in which Flint Group has incorporated sustainable business practices into its daily activities. This year’s report also features a significant emphasis on Flint Group’s approach to measuring energy, expanding its scope and focus to not only review energy usage but also evaluate the energy intensity to provide a greater depth of understanding and transparency within its sustainability reporting.
“We have been encouraged by our achievements to date, stepping up our focus on environmental measurement and reporting, initiating many important improvement projects and working to further embed sustainability practices firmly within the core of our organization,” said Russell Taylor, SVP global human resources with leadership responsibility for Flint Group’s sustainability program. “We recognize fully we are on a journey with so much yet to be done, but that progress is very encouraging and importantly is built on authentic and solid foundations.”
As one of the leading suppliers to the printing and packaging industries, Flint Group remains committed to implementing initiatives that support continual improvement in all areas, including sustainability. The report is intended to serve as a flagship document for stakeholders to help understand Flint Group’s ongoing commitment to sustainability.
Flint Group’s 2017 Sustainability report is now available to download via the following link: