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Sany publishes 2023 Sustainable Development Report

SANY Heavy Industry's sustainable development footprint

Sany Heavy Industries has published its 2023 Sustainable Development Report, recording a 10.7 per cent drop year-on-year in total energy consumption.

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The report, released on May 13, also provided further insight into Sany’s CSR, with the company revealing it now operates 33 lighthouse factories with a 49.2 per cent increase in average capacity, 23 per cent less Volatile Organic Compound emissions than its base year for a total of 0.00136 tonnes per million units, 38 per cent less wastewater discharge with the density measuring up to 5.42 tonnes per million in revenue, and USD 3.98 million in social welfare input.

“Sany’s annual Sustainable Development Report is a showcase of the company’s decarbonisation progress and achievements and our commitment to environmental protection and sustainable development,” said Xiang Wenbo, chairman of Sany Heavy Industries. “Sany is responding to the global climate challenges and to reach the ‘Dual-Carbon’ goals with concrete actions. We hope to anchor the industry transformation and development and make substantial contributions to greenhouse gas emission reduction and advancing clean energy development.”

According to the report, Sany is implementing “vigorous” measures to promote photovoltaic and hydrogen production, with Sany’s clean energy usage totalling 6.55 per cent of its gross energy usage.

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