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General disclosures

GRI General Disclosures

Here are our GRI 102: General disclosures 2016, for more disclosures see our sustainability reporting page.

The references for our GRI disclosures can be found in either our annual report or sustainability report. You can find our annual report here, and our sustainability report here.

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Disclosure

Commentary & References

GRI 102: General disclosures 2016

102-1 Name of the organisation

Annual Report 2021, pg. 42 

102-2 Activities, brands, products, and services

Annual Report 2021, pg. 2-3

102-3 Location of headquarters

Annual Report 2021, pg. 46

102-4 Location of operations

Annual Report 2021, pg. 2 

102-5 Ownership and legal form

Annual Report 2021, pg. 51

102-6 Markets served

Annual Report 2021, pg. 3

102-7 Scale of the organisation

Annual Report 2021, pg. 3, 36

102-8 Information on employees and other workers

Urenco does not employ large numbers of self-employed staff. There have been no significant variations in employee numbers in 2021.

102-9 Supply chain

Sustainability Report 2021, pg.6-7

102-10 Significant changes to the organisation and its supply chain

No significant changes to report.

102-11 Precautionary principle or approach

Urenco operates in an industry where the environmental and health risks are well understood, and there are clear rules for responsible management to prevent damage. The area of our operations where the precautionary principle is most relevant is in relation to climate change, where there is still debate over the exact nature of the impacts. Nuclear energy is carbon free at the point of generation, and we have a dedicated net zero taskforce focused on reducing our carbon footprint.

102-12 External initiatives

 Annual Report 2021, pg. 48, 50, 69

Disclosure

Commentary and references

GRI 102: General disclosures 2016

102-13 Membership of associations

Membership

Hold position on the governance body

Participate in projects or committees

Provide substantive funding beyond routine membership dues

View membership as strategic

Nuclear Energy Institute
(NEI)

 

World Nuclear Association (WNA)

   

Nuclear Industry Association (NIA)

KernD

Nuclear ARC

 

 

FORATOM

 

   

Kernvisie

 

   

Nuclear Netherlands

 

 

World Nuclear Transport Institute

 

 

North West Nuclear Forum

 

NucNet

       

Chemical Industry Association

 

   

Japan Atomic Industrial Forum

     

German Nuclear Society

 

World Nuclear Fuel Market

 

Institute of Nuclear Power Operations

       

U.S. Nuclear Infrastructure Council

   

American Nuclear Society

 

 

Nuclear Information & Records Management Association

 

   

Women in Nuclear

 

 

Inclusion & Diversity in Nuclear

 

Disclosure

Commentary and references

GRI 102: General disclosures 2016

102-14 Statement from senior decision- maker

Sustainability Report 2021, pg.3

102-16 Values, principles, standards, and norms of behaviour

Sustainability Report 2021, pg. 22

102-18 Governance structure

Annual Report 2021, pg. 48-70

102-40 List of stakeholder groups

Annual Report 2021, pg. 29

102-41 Collective bargaining agreements

  2018 2019 2020 2021
Percentage of employees
covered by collective
bargaining
46% 46% 43% 47%

102-42 Identifying and selecting stakeholders

Annual Report 2021, pg. 20, 28-29. Sustainability Report 2021, pg.40

102-43 Approach to stakeholder engagement

Annual Report 2021, pg. 20, 28-29. Sustainability Report 2021, pg.40

102-44 Key topics and concerns raised

Annual Report 2021, pg. 29. 

102-45 Entities included in the consolidated financial statements

Annual Report 2021, pg. 85, 101-102

102-46 Defining report content and topic Boundaries

Summary of Urenco’s stakeholder analysis and materiality assessment:

Our materiality study follows the process of identification, prioritisation, validation and review and this is the process we used in defining report content.

Stage 1: Identification
Urenco’s policy is to collate dialogue from all stakeholders at each of our facilities. Stakeholder groups are identified by the impact they have on our business. (i.e. decision makers, influencers and opinion makers). A list of stakeholders with whom we engage is available in our Annual Report 2021 (pg. 29).

Stage 2: Prioritisation
This stage is based on the principles of materiality and stakeholder inclusiveness. Using the views/issues expressed by stakeholders during the reporting period (as recorded in our stakeholder engagement log) quantitative scores were given to each material issue raised. These scores were based on an internal review process, using GRI Standards prioritisation guidelines.
In order to determine what to report on, we have defined thresholds to divide aspects between priority and monitoring.

Stage 3: Validation
In the prioritisation stage a list of material aspects was established and were reviewed by the Sustainability team.
To ensure each aspect is managed correctly, core areas of focus have been established internally which cover these material aspects and guide our sustainability agenda going forward.

Stage 4: Review
Conducted once the report has been published.

GRI 102: General disclosures 2016

102-47 List of material topics

Sustainability Report 2021, pg. 10 

102-48 Restatements of information

Previously reported energy and carbon data has been restated due to methodology changes; the most significant of these for overall carbon figures is that Scope 2 (location-based) carbon data has been restated so that all years use the relevant eGRID factors for US electricity usage, and the relevant UK Government factors for UK electricity usage (previously IEA factors were used for all four countries).

102-49 Changes in reporting

Our Eunice (USA) site is reporting F-gas emissions for the first time.

Please see pg. 10 for details on the material topics in the refreshed sustainability strategy.

102-50 Reporting period

Calendar year 2021

102-51 Date of most recent report

2020

102-52 Reporting cycle

Annual

102-53 Contact point for questions regarding the report

Annual Report 2021, pg. 164

102-54 Claims of reporting in accordance with the GRI Standards

This report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core Option.

102-55 GRI content index

Enclosed

102-56 External assurance

Sustainability Report 2021, pg. 42-43

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