Manufacturing

Traditional manufacturing is being transformed by increasing stakeholder clamour to improve its environmental impact. Across chemicals, packaging, aerospace and technology hardware, organisations must confront operational issues regarding emissions, air quality, energy and water management as well as hazardous waste disposal, in order to mitigate costs and risks.

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Chemicals manufacturing

The chemicals manufacturing industry faces sustainability-related challenges, including hazardous waste management, water scarcity, energy-intensive processes and regulatory compliance. Opportunities lie in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, enhancing materials efficiency and developing safer products, which can mitigate business uncertainty, reduce costs and improve competitive positioning and brand value.

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Packaging

The aerospace industry contends with sustainability related risks regarding hazardous waste management, energy consumption and cyber security risks. Opportunities exist in developing energy-efficient, low-emission products and enhancing waste treatment and recycling which can reduce costs and regulatory penalties while supporting market demand for sustainable innovations.

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Aerospace

The main sources of uncertainty in the aerospace industry include hazardous waste, energy consumption and cyber security. Opportunities exist in developing energy-efficient, low-emission products and enhancing waste treatment and recycling which can reduce costs and regulatory penalties while supporting market demand for sustainable innovations.

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Technology hardware & equipment

The technology hardware and equipment industry must adapt to issues of water scarcity affecting semiconductor production, data security risks and environmental impacts from hazardous materials. Opportunities consist in enhancing energy efficiency, reducing water use and ensuring robust data protection, driving innovation and regulatory compliance.