Evaluation of SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT by non-financial ratings organisations

SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT is regularly evaluated by non-financial rating agencies.
This is an assessment of the company that considers its economic performance as well as its impacts on the environment, its management of social aspects, its societal commitment, and its corporate governance. To achieve this aim, the rating agencies use public information (official publications, information from stakeholders, etc.) and the Group’s answers to their questionnaires.

These ratings have become essential tools not only for strategic management and operational implementation but also as topics for discussion with stakeholders, including markets, investors, civil society, institutions, and not-for-profit organizations.

The many sustainable development initiatives launched by SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT have enabled it to be included in several prestigious indices. Inclusion in these indices is seen as a reference by stakeholders, analysts, and shareholders.

Accordingly, SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT has been included in the following:

  • The Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and the Dow Jones Sustainability Europe Index since 2009
  • The Ethibel Sustainability Index Excellence Europe® since 2010
  • The following Vigeo NYSE Euronext Indices (at December 1, 2013):
    • NYSE Euronext Vigeo World 120: the 120 most advanced companies at the global level
    • NYSE Euronext Vigeo Europe 120: the 120 most advanced European companies
    • NYSE Euronext Vigeo Eurozone 120: the 120 most advanced companies in the euro zone
    • NYSE Euronext Vigeo France 2: the 20 most advanced French companies
  • the FTSE4Good Index since 2011, following an evaluation by the EIRIS rating agency
GRI Indicators
2.10 — 4.12