inno.N takes the lead in promoting the health and beauty of mankind, thereby contributing to increased value in life.
Joint fire-fighting exercise
with the public and
Annual training to better respond to large-scale accidents are held jointly with public institutions or independently.
Safety and hygiene campaign
Awareness of safety was promoted through a quarterly fire-prevention competition, mottos and posters, and a campaign to promote safety on commuting routes
suppliers for a win-win
A win-win, co-prosperity program to promote a culture of growing together with suppliers in the field of safety, hygiene and environment.
A monthly corporate-wide committee is held with the heads of divisions and the CEO to raise awareness on safety, hygiene and environmental management and reinforce quality and environmental management activities.
Safety and hygiene campaign
Greenhouse gas emissions are reduced and managed through energy conservation activities that form a part of sustainable environmental management (e.g. solar power-operated devices, LED lightbulbs and high-efficiency pumps are gradually installed to replace their less environment-friendly counterparts.)
Management of the quality of emitted air and discharged waterPollutants are managed to be kept under the legally permitted levels.
Systematic management of chemical substancesLegal compliance and systematic management of chemical substances are carried out to promote the health and safety of employees.
Initiatives to reduce wasteInitiatives to increase recycling to minimize incineration or landfilling of waste
Initiatives to re-use waterR/O concentrated water is recycled and used as a coolant
|Energy consumption Within the organization||Energy consumption||Total energy consumption within the oorganization||TJ||674||562||456|
|Renewable energy||Solar power||TJ||5.9||2.4||0|
|Indirect energy consumption||Electricity||TJ||469.351||388.023||296.18|
|GHG emissions||Direct GHG emissions (Scope 1)||Total direct GHG emissions(Scope 1)||tCO2-eq||10,783.29||9,221.14||8,499.03|
|Indirect GHG emissions (Scope 2)||Total location-based indirect GHG emissions(Scope 2)||tCO2-eq||22,353.85||18,526.72||14,174.07|
|Total GHG emissions||Total GHG emissions (Scope1 + Scope2)||tCO2-eq||33,156||27,747||22,672|
|Total emissions in emission unit||Total emissions in emission unit (Scope1 + Scope2)||tCO2eq/100 mil. Won||4.31||4.64||4.2|
|Water||Water consumption (A=B+C+D+E)||Composite||ton||500,429||409,452||301,540|
|Water consumption||Groundwater (B)||ton||33,876||38,576||36,850|
|Water supply (D)||ton||417,921||335,687||264,677|
|Proportion of recirculated/ recycled water||Amount of recirculated/recycled water(E)||ton||19,598||12,794||0|
|Proportion of recirculated/recycled water||%||3.92||3.12||0|
|Waste||Waste generated in the process of disposal||Amount of total waste||ton||1,083||939||1,166|
|Recycled waste generated in the process of disposal||Amount of total recycled waste||ton||529||415||448|
|Proportion of recycled waste||%||48.8||44.2||38.4|
|Air pollutants||Air pollutant emissions||SOx||Ton||0.15||0||0.06|
|Water pollutants||Water pollutant emissions||COD||Ton||3.32||2.51||3.06|
|Violation of environmental law and regulation||Penalties and nonmonetary sanctions incurred for environmental regulation violations||Penalties and nonmonetary sanctions incurred for environmental regulation violations||Cases||0||0||0|
|Penalties incurred from environmental regulation violations||KRW||0||0||0|
|Incidents raised for dispute resolution||Cases||0||0||0|