Reducing Environmental Impact

At TT we realise that our activities have an environmental impact. As well as producing sustainable products for our customers we optimise our own operations to reduce their impact on the environment, Our goal is to be a net zero carbon business by 2035, with like-for-like annual reductions in our emissions. We are also committed to reducing our single-use plastic and the amount of waste we send to landfill.




Zero harm with year-on-year reductions



Build an inclusive, vibrant and diverse environment
for our employees



Carbon neutral* by 2035 with like-for-like reductions annually
*Scope 1 and 2 emissions


Reduce our use of single use plastics


Reduce the amount of waste we send to landfill every year



Learn more about the progress we are making against these goals by downloading the environmental reporting within our 2020 Annual Report




MSCI - Environmental, Social & Governance Rating

Our overall progress has been recognised, as we received a rating of ‘AA’ in the 2020 MSCI ESG Ratings assessment, placing TT in the leading companies in its sector group. MSCI ESG Research provides in-depth research, ratings and analysis of the environmental, social and governance-related business practices of thousands of companies worldwide.





Carbon Disclosure Project

In addition, we participated in the 2020 CDP annual climate change survey. CDP is a not-for-profit charity that runs a global disclosure system for companies and other organisations to manage their environmental impacts. It awarded us an improved ‘C’ rating, denoting awareness of climate change issues.






We are committed to driving our sustainability agenda and we are organised in the following way:

  Our Health, Safety and Environmental Policy statement defines our goals and objectives

  The Board considers climate change and environmental risks as part of its overall assessment of the risks facing the Group

  The Board is supported according to the organisation chart below, and this sets out our Governance structure




Oversight of our environmental performance is provided by the PSEE Committee and which is chaired by the CEO and attended by the Senior Independent Director. The Committee drives TT’s sustainability strategy for our employee, community, customer and investor stakeholders. The Committee Chair reports back to the Board on the activities of the Committee, including the progress made on environmental matters.

In 2021 we set up a Sustainability Council that comprises a mix of senior corporate managers and representatives from each division. The purpose of the Council is to advise the PSEE Committee, providing a conduit to and insights from, the global business leadership team. The Council also provides technical and other specialist advice with respect to driving further sustainable improvements within the Group.

The ELT is chaired by the CEO and comprises the CFO, the divisional EVP’s and other senior managers. This body meets on a quarterly basis and is responsible for delivering against sustainability targets and other objectives by working with our global