Communcation on Progress 2004

  • 2006/02/17
Time period
  • January 2004  –  December 2004
  • This report presents LVMH environmental results in 2004 according to the following pattern :

    - Preserving the environment : Vision and strategy

    Relationship between LVMH and the environment

    The Group and its stakeholders

    Continued improvements in the environmental managements systems

    Environmental reporting : improving the scope of coverage and refining the data

    - Integrating environmental concerns in Group's products

    Biodiversity, Health and the Group's products

    Developing environmental awareness in product design

    Strengthening environmental requirements with suppliers, service providers and subcontractors

    - Environmental impacts of the Group's sites

    Energy consumption

    Water consumption

    Air emissions and Transport

    Water emissions and pollution prevention

    Waste recovery

    Soil use and integrated vine growing

    Group environmental expenditures

    - Objectives

    Achievements versus 2004 objectives

    Objectives for 2005 and beyondThe results of the Group's environmental worldwide reporting are presented sector by sector (Fashion & Leather Goods, Perfumes & Cosmetics, Wines & Spirits, Watches & Jewelry, Selective Retailing). It covers the Group's major environmental indicators, verified by LVMH Statutory Auditors :

    - number of hours of environmental training

    - number of environmental audits

    - tons of packaging placed on the market (by sector and by material)

    - water consumption in m3

    - waste consumption in tons (Hazardous and non Hazardous waste)

    - organic matters emitted in wastewater in Wines & Spirits and Perfumes & Cosmetics sectors (COD emitted after treatment in tons)

    - % of waste recovery (reuse, recycling or incineration with energy recovery)

    - energy consumption in MWh

    - CO2 emissions due to energy consumption in CO2equivalent-tons.

    The Group companies' objectives for the environment in 2005 and beyond are also presented as well as the achievements of the 2004 objectives announced in "LVMH 2003 environmental data" report.

Principles covered
  • None reported
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