Riri is proud to announce the publication of its third sustainability report, in accordance with GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) standards, together with sector-specific metrics and best practices: from this year, the Tuscan plants of AMOM and DMC are included in the reporting scope.
In addition to reporting on the major results and objectives achieved, a number of initiatives and projects undertaken show that Riri is attentive and continues to map its supply chain, having implemented a supplier qualification project with the aim of monitoring its performance and consolidating the relationship with its supply chain. On the environmental side, starting with this report, Riri has updated the calculation method used to report its emissions, allowing for a more accurate and precise measurement in line with today’s standards. The continuous improvement and strengthening on a social level, stimulates Riri to set new goals, continuing the two three-year projects that will lead, at the end of 2023, to extend the certifications obtained at Group level and, on the other hand, to implement some activities in accordance with the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion project.
Within the report, the materiality analysis has been published for the first time, a process that has made it possible to identify the most relevant (i.e. ‘material’) aspects of sustainability for the company and its stakeholders, which will influence the definition of the company’s ESG strategy.
Renato Usoni, CEO of Riri, comments on the report as follows:
“All our daily activities and decisions demonstrate, once again, our commitment and mission in the area of sustainability. The GRI 2022 report represents a great goal and achievement in disclosure and transparency towards our stakeholders.”
Discover more about the Sustainability Report.