Environmental indicators

Summary Table of Environmental Data for the Group and MFPM

  2017 2016 2015 % change vs. 2015 2014 2013 2012 1 2010 2005 GRI Indicator
Water consumption (m3/t FP) - Group 8,6 9,25 10,5 -11.9% 11,2 11,7 11,9 11,8 15
Water consumption (m3/t FP) - MFPM 11,17 10,38 10,04 +3.4% 10,4 10,3 9,8 9,1 9,2 EN8
Energy consumption (GJ/t FP) - Group 12,11 12,46 13,1 -4.9% 13,3 13,8 13,7 14,4 17,4 G4-EN5
Energy consumption (GJ/t FP) - MFPM 19,2 19,06 17,69 +7.7% 17,1 17,8 17,4 19,6 23,1 EN3-EN4
Michelin point sources - Group 6,27 6,5 7,02 -7.4% 7,3 7,6 7,6 8 10,6
Michelin point sources - MFPM 9,1 8,87 8,56 +3.6% 8 9 9,2 11,3 15
Steam purchased, net - Group 0,97 1,02 0,96 +5.7% 0,9 0,9 0,9 1,2 1
Steam purchased, net - MFPM 1,08 1,18 0,93 +2.7% 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,1 0,3
Electricity purchased, net - Group 4,87 4,97 5,1 -2.6% 5,2 5,2 5,2 5,2 5,7
Electricity purchased, net - MFPM 9,02 8,88 8,2 +8.3% 8,2 8 7,4 8,2 7,8
CO2 emissions (t/t FP) - Group 0,89 0,99 1,09 -9.3% 1,16 1,21 1,19 1,28 1,53
CO2 emissions (t/t FP) - MFPM 0,5 0,65 0,63 +3.2% 0,6 0,67 0,71 0,83 1,04
Direct emissions from Michelin point sources (Scope 1 2) - Group 0,44 0,46 0,5 -8.4% 0,52 0,55 0,55 0,58 0,75 G4-EN18
Direct emissions from Michelin point sources (Scope 1) - MFPM 0,506 0,5 0,48 +4.2% 0,45 0,5 0,51 0,63 0,85
Indirect emissions. steam generation (Scope 2 2) - Group 0,04 0,05 0,04 +19.8% 0,08 0,09 0,09 0,12 0,11
Indirect emissions. steam generation (Scope 2) - MFPM -0,002 -0,033 -0,003 +1,000% -0,007 0,003 0,01 0,02 0,03
Indirect emissions. electricity generation (Scope 2) - Group 0,41 0,49 0,55 -11.4% 0,56 0,57 0,55 0,58 0,66
Indirect emissions. electricity generation (Scope 2) - MFPM -0,004 0,16 0,15 -6.6% 0,16 0,17 0,18 0,18 0,16
Total Michelin direct and indirect emissions avoided (tonnes of CO2) - Group 44750 41650 42050 -1.0% 45550 40630 31200 24000 G4-EN19
Sulfur dioxide emissions (kg/t FP) - Group 0,38 0,28 0,54 -48.4% 0,76 0,86 0,97 0,96 1,65
Sulfur dioxide emissions (kg/t FP) - MFPM 0,01 0,02 0,02 0% 0,02 0,02 0,04 0,04 0,13
Nitrogen dioxide emissions (kg/t FP) - Group 0,37 0,48 0,62 -22.6% 0,72 0,74 0,72 0,83 1,01
Nitrogen dioxide emissions (kg/t FP) - MFPM 0,54 0,65 0,61 +6.6% 0,6 0,54 0,52 0,57 0,75
Volatile organic compound emissions (kg/t FP) - Group 2,07 2,31 2,49 -7.2% 2,53 2,63 2,67 2,89 4,27
Volatile organic compound emissions (kg/t FP) - MFPM 2,14 2,1 2,21 -5.0% 2,13 2,31 2,33 2,48 3,98
Waste generated (kg/t FP) - Group 102,2 106 115,2 -8.0% 118 112,6 110,9 109,5 140
Waste generated (kg/t FP) - MFPM 162,62 162,13 140,83 +15.1% 145,6 134,1 125,4 144 161
Waste landfilled (kg/t FP) - Group 4,2 4,95 7,36 -32.7% 7,86 7,9 9,3 10 33
Waste landfilled (kg/t FP) - MFPM 0,14 0,4 0,17 +135% 0,17 0,2 0 2 31
Hazardous waste produced (kg/t FP) - Group 7,55 7,74 7,35 +5.4% 5,78 6,29 G4-EN23
Hazardous waste produced (kg/t FP) - MFPM 12,42 11,96 10,98 +8.9% 12,02 15,4
Number and total surface area of facilities located less than one kilometer from any protected areas - Group 27 sites totaling 6,400 ha 27 sites totaling 6,400 ha 27 sites totaling 6,400 ha 27 sites totaling 6 400 ha 27 sites totaling 6 400 ha G4-EN11
Number and total surface area of facilities located less than one kilometer from any protected areas - MFPM 7 sites totaling 624 ha 7 sites totaling 624 ha 7 sites totaling 624 ha 7 sites totaling 624 ha 7 sites totaling 624 ha EN 11

1 Somes 2012 data (MEF. energy use. CO2 ) are different from the 2012 Registration Document because an error affecting the consolidated results was identified during the data verification process for 2013 (a facilityメs energy use was counted twice). The correct data for 2012 is presented in this Registration Document.

2 The Greenhouse Gas Protocol: A Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard, World Business Council for Sustainable Development and World Resources Institute, March 2004

Key figures

Environmental benefits

-35% between 2005 and 2014. This MEF reduction compensates the environmental impact of the 5 biggest units of the Group.
44 - the number of types of profitable recyclable waste, thanks to the Group's zero waste approach. In 2014, 49 sites had a recycling rate of over 95% and 24 sites achieved 'zero waste-to-landfill'.
+ 25% longer lasting and improved retreadability for the new MICHELIN X® MULTITM Z range of truck tires for the Asian market.