ESG is the abbreviation in English of 3 words that structure the pillars of sustainability: Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance – Environment, Social and Corporate Governance. Together, they represent a new management model that places these issues at the center of strategic decisions, in order to generate a positive impact on nature and people.
In this way, we are gradually embedding the ESG concept across the organization, strategic processes, governance and risk management, adopting a consistent tone from the top.
Structuring the efforts and actions carried out around an agenda based on the ESG concept reinforces Wheaton’s commitment to sustainability, reflecting strategies related to energy, natural resources and waste management, in addition to actions with a social impact for internal stakeholders and society , always thinking about future generations and the impact of our actions, to promote inclusive and sustainable growth.
- Minimize the consumption of water, energy, raw materials and inputs.
- The less water, energy, raw materials and inputs are removed from the environment, the less pressure on natural resources.
- Reduce waste generation.
- By treating effluents and controlling emissions, following current legislation, our company will have less impact on the ecosystem.
- Monitor and control atmospheric emissions, scheduled annually for effective control, based on the “in plant control – cleaner production concept”.