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Henkel Grows Revenue While Cutting Down Environmental Impact Of Operations

March 8, 2012: 03:50 AM EST
Henkel increased its revenue from €15.092 billion in 2010 to €15.605 billion in 2011, while reducing its energy consumption from 2.44 million megawatt hours to 2.22 million megawatt hours and cutting its carbon dioxide emission from 714 thousand metric tons to 652 thousand metric tons, according to its Sustainability Report 2011. As part of the company's commitment to the Vision 2050 of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Henkel's sustainability efforts helped reduced its water consumption from 8.688 million cubic meters to 7.921 million cubic meters and its waste for recycling and disposal from 155,000 metric tons to 145,000 metric tons.
"Henkel Sustainability Report 2011", Henkel, March 08, 2012, © Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
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