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Nalco 2010 Sustainability Report Available

Nalco has published its 2010 Sustainability Report which documents our actions and progress toward our company vision to earn customers for life and enhance the lives of employees while protecting the planet.

The 32-page report includes a summary of our expanded stakeholder dialogue efforts and examples of how Nalco programs help customers shrink their environmental footprint by improving the efficiency of their operations, saving water and energy while reducing emissions.
It also details ongoing improvements and accomplishments in our own operations including:

  • Sharp year-over-year declines in vehicle accidents, exceeding goals for both total vehicle accidents and severe vehicle accidents
  • Global employee injury rates that remained among the best in our industry, ranking in the top 25 percent
  • Total energy use below the 2012 target of a 10 percent reduction from 2007, despite a sharp rise in production
  • Reductions in both greenhouse gas and NOx (nitrogen oxide) emission intensity from the previous year
  • Charitable donations and community support by Nalco and the Nalco Foundation in excess of $1 million

For the second consecutive year the report is based on the Global Reporting Initiative framework, a standardized approach to reporting designed to stimulate demand for sustainability information. To streamline our corporate sustainability reporting, this year’s report also serves as our required annual Communication on Progress for the United Nations Global Compact and the CEO Water Mandate. The Global Compact is world's largest corporate citizenship and social responsibility organization committed to 10 principles covering human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption. The CEO Water Mandate is a further commitment beyond the Global Compact by companies to support and advance water sustainability solutions.

To see the 2010 Nalco Sustainability Report, click here.