CONAI sustainability report
Over the past 20 years, CONAI’s work has helped to develop a supply chain in Italy capable of delivering a service with significant positive environmental, economic and social impacts.
In 2012, for the first time in its history, CONAI has decided to undertake a structured reporting process for its stakeholders, institutions and citizens to describe clearly and transparently the results achieved, progress, prospects growth for the industry.
This is why the first Sustainability Report 2013 was prepared, which is the first Green Economy Report in Italy and the first report to incorporate the new international standards of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI-G4). An update to the 2014 Report was published in 2015.
The CONAI Report applies the latest international Global Reporting Initiative (GRI-G4): Six stakeholders identified six key indicators to define Conai’s environmental, social and economic performance.
The Report has also been elaborated by adopting a radical change of perspective, ie rendering performance at three different functional levels: organization level (impact of activities, offices and employees) at system level (system-related activities of the 6 consortia) and ultimately at the level of the recycling industry (actors involved in packaging recycling, including independent operators).
In 2017, the new “Sustainability Report” was published CONAI on the 20 years of the Consortium’s activities.