SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2018

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

ENVIRONMENT

Environmental Training

Energy Management and Climate Protection

Note: These figures exclude energy use for preform injection and CO2 production processes in plants in Turkey, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan operations and Pakistan (Lahore Plant). Energy use for the electricity generation process in our Kazakhstan plant is included in data. Kazakhstan Core EUR has increased in 2016 since a new plant (Astana) has started operation in 2016.

* The figures for 2012 and 2013 in Turkey, Jordan, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan operations, the figures for 2014 and 2015 in Turkey and Pakistan and the figures for 2016 in Turkey have received limited assurance and figures for 2017, 2018 have received reasonable assurance from the independent auditing firm EY.

Note: This table includes data on energy use for all processes in the plants.

* The figures for 2012 and 2013 in Turkey, Jordan, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan operations and the figures of 2014, 2015 and 2016 in Turkey have received limited assurance and figures for 2017, 2018 have received reasonable assurance from the independent auditing firm EY.

CCI uses two main KPIs to measure energy intensity:

1. Core Energy Use Ratio (MJ/L), which relate only to the core process (includes filling, excludes preform injection and CO2 production), so that the energy efficiency of the core process can be compared between plants (For more information please see the Reporting Guidance section of the report.).

2. Total Energy Use Ratio (MJ/L), which is the total absolute energy consumption (in MJ) from the plant divided by total production (in liters).

* These figures have received limited assurance from the independent auditing firm Ernst & Young.

* These figures have received limited assurance from the independent auditing firm Ernst & Young.

* Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions from Turkey for 2013 – 2018 are verified by a third-party verifier according to the requirements of ISO 14064-1.
**Scope 3 emissions for Turkey operations include energy consumption of coolers by distributors and customers, employee commuting, business travels by air, downstream transport.
*** Scope 3 emissions include emissions resulting from energy consumption of coolers by distributors.

Note: Scope 1 and Scope 2 data in the table above include emissions from all processes, including filling, preform injection, CO2 production and electricity production (only in Kazakhstan) in our plants. In all CCI countries except Turkey, emissions from fleet and fugitive emissions are excluded

* Since 2017, ‘Cooler EMD Improvement’ saving is started to be calculated by Scope 3 Electricity Emission Factor, which was 0.168 kgCO2 e/kWh; instead of Scope 2 Electricity Emission factor, which is 0.441 kgCO2 e/kWh.

* For more proper GHG inventory calculation for coolers, Scope 3 electricity emission factor is started to be used since 2017, as our coolers are run at our downstream supply chain. In the year of methodology change, the electricity emission factor for Turkey in Scope 2 was 0.441 kgCO2 e/kWh, whereas Scope 3 was 0.168 kgCO2 e/kWh.

* For more proper GHG inventory calculation for coolers, Scope 3 electricity emission factor is started to be used since 2017, as our coolers are run at our downstream supply chain. In 2017, the year of methodology change, the electricity emission factors for countries are as follows in kgCO2 e / kWh; for Turkey Scope 2 was 0.441, whereas Scope 3 was 0.168; for Jordan Scope 2 was 0.588, whereas Scope 3 was 0.209; Kazakhstan Scope 2 was 0.416, whereas Scope 3 was 0.196; Pakistan Scope 2 was 0.410, whereas Scope 3 was 0.192; Kyrgyzstan Scope 2 was 0.092, whereas Scope 3 was 0.054.
***Assumption was made for a tree to extract 12 kg CO2 gas annually.

* Calculated based on emissions from plants, fleet and fugitive emissions
** Based on emissions from plants only, including preform injection and CO2 production processes.

Water Management

* WUR figures for Turkey are assured by Ernst & Young.

* Total water withdrawal figures for Turkey are assured by Ernst & Young

Wastewater Management

These values indicate the maximum allowable limit values unless applicable legal requirements are more stringent.
* These are 6 of the 20 water quality parameters established for TCCS.
** Depends on receiving stream water conditions.

Sustainable Packaging and Waste

*In 2018 Turkey operations, Köyceğiz sterilize its medical wastes.
**Çorlu incinarets cigarette butts, toilet papers, dirty sugars etc.
***Elazığ and Hazar’s municipal wastes are used for methane production.