In accordance with the commitment to Sustain trust by reinforcing dialogue with stakeholders in its 2017-2021 Sustainable Development Roadmap, the Group is committed to working with its stakeholders to evaluate the economic and social consequences of its activities and its CSR policy in the territories where it operates.
Every year, SUEZ evaluates the financial flows generated by its activity and redistributed to its main stakeholders. This evaluation is based primarily on the accounting data published by the Group, including its Reference Document, and the information published by its internal reporting systems (procurement databases, HR and sponsorship). It appears that in 2018, nearly 94% of Group revenue was redistributed to local economic players (employees, suppliers and service providers, NGOs and communities, governments and local authorities).
Another illustration of this approach is the evaluation of the global Local Footprint of SUEZ s activity, i.e. the number of jobs generated by its activity in the main countries where the Group operates ( p.56).
REDISTRIBUTION OF THE FINANCIAL FLOWS GENERATED BY SUEZ S ACTIVITY
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