Emissions, Energy, Water and Waste Data

Emissions

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Metric Ton (mt) Co2e
2020
2019*
% Change
2020 mt/$M rev
2019 v 2020 % Change in mt/$M rev
Emissions: Scope 1
160,740
164,528
-2.3%
11.50
-19%
Emissions: Scope 2
(location-based)
167,638
174,468
-3.9%
11.99
-21%
Emissions: Scope 2
(market-based)
171,338
181,281
-5.5%
12.26
-22%
Total Emissions:
(Scope 1 + 2 market-based)
332,078
345,809
-4.0%
23.76
-21%
Scope 3 (mt Co2e)
2020
2019*
% Change
2020 mt/$M rev
2019 v 2020 % Change in mt/$M rev
Emissions: Waste Generated from Operations
5,135
9,500
-45.9%
0.37
-55%
Emissions: Commercial Business Travel**
17,308
39,418
-56.1%
1.24
-64%
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Disclosures:

  • Market-based method reflects the emissions from the electricity that a company is purchasing, which may be different from the electricity that is generated locally (location-based)
  • Energy and emissions data for 2021 was not available at the time of the report

Total Updated Energy

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Energy – Gigajoules (GJ)
2020
2019
% Change
2020 GJ/$M rev
% Change in GJ/$M rev
Total Energy
4,299,538
4,296,139
0.1%
307.6
-17%
Electricty
1,518,076
1,474,647
2.9%
108.6
-15%
Renewable Energy
18,814
0
n/a
n/a
n/a
Total Fuel
2,762,649
2,821,492
-2.1%
197.6
-19%
Gasoline (Petrol) – Mobile
1,059,704
1,118,843
-5.3%
75.8
-22%
Jet Fuel (Jet A or A-1)
128,103
122,306
4.7%
9.2
-13%
Natural Gas
1,430,817
1,437,682
-0.5%
102.4
-18%
No. 2 Fuel Oil
72,874
71,474
2.0%
5.2
-16%
Propane
71,151
71,188
-0.1%
5.1
-17%
 
2020
2019
% Renewable Energy
0.44%
0
% Grid Electricity
35.30%
34.30%

*2019 data updated via portfolio review as part of CDP process.
**Business commercial travel was limited in 2020 due to COVID-19 related travel restrictions.

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Disclosures:

  • Diesel consumption was not material in the 2019 and 2020 reporting years
  •  Electricity represents “consumption of purchased electricity”
Energy

Water

 
2021
2020
% Change
Total Freshwater Withdrawn
1,615 m3
1,659 m3
-2.7%
Thousand m3/$M rev
0.100
0.119
-16.0%
Water quality permits, standards and regulations noncompliance incidents
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% Sites with High or
Extreme Water Stress

29% of our global portfolio, including 24% of our global laboratories (which is where our water use is concentrated), is in “high” or “extremely high” water stress areas per the World Resources Institute Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas.

Disclaimer:
Water data is actual data from utility bills (and global self-reported). Estimations not made for sites where water is included in lease.

Waste

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Metric ton
2021
2020
% Change
2021 mt/$M rev
% Change in mt/rev
Nonhazardous Waste
5,610
5,815
-3.5%
0.35
-16%
Hazardous Waste
2,330
1,493
56.1%
0.14
35%
Medical Waste
10,821
10,147
6.6%
0.67
-8%
Total Waste Reclaimed
6,124
4,700
30.3%
0.38
13%
Total Waste Incinerated
2,393
1,981
20.8%
0.15
5%
Total Waste Landfilled
10,244
10,774
-4.9%
0.64
-18%
Total Waste
18,761
17,455
7.5%
1.16
-7%

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Disclosures:

  • Nonhazardous waste reported is for 64% of our Drug Development (DD) laboratories at this time. In the coming year we plan to expand the number of sites capturing and reporting this data
  • Hazardous waste is reported for global DD laboratories and hazardous waste producing DD and Diagnostics (Dx) domestic sites
  • Medical waste is reported for global DD laboratories and DD and Dx Large Quantity Generators in the United States, as defined by the EPA
Nonhazardous Waste by Disposal Method
2021
2020
Reclaimed
84%
63%
Incinerated
1%
1%
Landfilled
15%
36%
Hazardous Waste by Disposal Method
2021
2020
Reclaimed
42%
42%
Incinerated
54%
49%
Landfilled
4%
10%
Medical Waste by Disposal Method
2021
2020
Reclaimed
4%
4%
Incinerated
10%
12%
Landfilled
86%
12%
Medical Waste