Lenovo Sustainability

Perfomance Data

Please see our Sustainability Report for more information.

General Data

FY 2014/15 FY 2015/16 FY 2016/17 FY 2017/18 FY 2018/19
Revenue (Millions USD) $46,296 $44,911 $43,035 $45,350 $51,038
Revenue by Geography
Americas 26% 30% 30% 31% 32%
EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) 28% 26% 26% 28% 25%
Asia Pacific (excluding China) 14% 16% 16% 16% 19%
China 32% 28% 28% 25% 24%
Revenue by Business Group3
IDG - PCSD 72% 69% 70% 71% 75%
IDG - MBG 20% 19% 18% 16% 13%
DCG 6% 10% 9% 9% 12%
Others 2% 2% 3% 3% -

Employees, Health and Safety

Number of Employees2

FY 2014/15

FY 2015/16

FY 2016/17

FY 2017/18

FY 2018/19

Total

50,348

48,975

46,163

45,754

57,000

Percentage of Employees by Region

 

 

 

 

 

Americas

25%

15%

15%

16%

25%

Asia Pacific (excluding China)

8%

8%

9%

9%

15%

China

59%

69%

66%

66%

49%

EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa)

8%

8%

9%

8%

12%

Percentage of Employees by Gender

 

 

 

 

 

Males

64%

66%

65%

65%

64%

Females

36%

34%

35%

35%

36%

           

Hours of training per manufacturing employee

CY 2014

CY 2015

CY 2016

CY 2017

CY 2018

(including part-time employees)

35

35

35

35

35

           

Incident Rates

CY 2014

CY 2015

CY 2016

CY 2017

CY 2018

Recordable Rate

0.13

0.1

0.07

0.09

0.03

Lost-Time Rate

2.20

2.69

0.5

1.5

0.03

Number of employee fatalities (work-related)

0

0

0

0

0

Number of contractor fatalities (work-related)

0

0

0

0

0

           

 

CY 2014

CY 2015

CY 2016

CY 2017

CY 2018

Number of OHSAS 18001 registered facilities

10

10

10

10

14

Communities and Philanthropy

FY 2014/15

FY 2015/16

FY 2016/17

FY 2017/18

FY 2018/19

Corporate Cash and Product Donations3

Lenovo Foundation and Donor advised funds

$590,000

$404,000

$75,000

$819,000

$799,372

China

$289,000

$411,000

$300,000

$378,516

$308,274

North America

$692,216

$1,080,000

$1,852,000

$1,375,000

$1,319,070

Latin America3

$319,000

$15,000

$111,000

$155,674

EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa)4

$165,000

$205,000

$114,000

$107,000

$159,621

Asia Pacific (excluding China)4

$166,808

$222,000

$126,000

$570,709

$148,500

           

Global Disaster Response

$1,714,000

$260,350

           

Employee Volunteering Hours (through efforts sponsored by Lenovo)

 

 

 

 

 

North America

>5,000

>5,000

1,266

19,296

28,242

Rest of World

16,000

19,000

26,205

10,704

9,072

           

Estimated Value of Employee Volunteer

$1,300,000

$1,616,794

           

Employee Giving

 

 

 

 

 

Lenovo Match of North America Employee Donations

$259,431

$281,778

$352,654

$339,000

$380,854

Lenovo Match of China and EMEA campaigns (Lenovo and Lenovo Foundation)

$59,775

           

Total Contribution to Communities5

 

 

 

 

$3,516,039

           

Estimated value of community impact through philanthropy and volunteerism

 

 

 

 

$5,170,146

Environmental Data

 

FY 2014/15

FY 2015/16

FY 2016/17

FY 2017/18

FY 2018/19

GHG Emissions6

(metric tons CO2 equivalent — MT CO2e)

 

 

 

 

 

Scope 1

8,996

7,068

8,294

6,371

6,031

Scope 2 (location-based)

221,406

228,493

213,637

193,760

201,321

           

Total Scope 1 & Scope 2 (location-based)

230,402

235,561

221,931

200,131

207,352

           

Scope 2 (market-based)

221,406

203,041

185,400

176,800

26,029

           

Scope 3

Business Travel

34,600

39,000

58,000

49,000

53,500

Product Transportation

293,102

326,840

351,100

359,000

633,000

Emissions from Waste

2,138

2,149

2,390

1,700

1,920

Employee Commuting

30,700

26,300

23,800

20,100

23,600

Purchased Goods and Services

1,054,683

1,646,141

2,054,900

1,855,000

1,795,000

Fuel- and Energy-Related Activities (not included in Scope 1 or 2)

10,737

14,664

12,300

11,900

12,100

Use of Sold Products

12,800,000

12,000,000

11,600,000

11,847,000

12,885,000

End-of-Life Treatment of Sold Products

300,000

290,000

280,000

271,000

273,500

Capital Goods

37,700

227,700

101,000

246,000

127,500

           

Emissions Intensity: GHG Emissions — Scope 1 & Scope 2 (location-based)6

(metric tons per $ million revenue)

4.98

5.25

5.16

4.41

4.06

           

Operational Energy Intensity Use — Scope 1 & Scope 2 (location-based)6

(MWh per $ million revenue)

Fuel Combustion

0.72

0.74

0.94

0.77

0.61

Purchased Energy (electricity, steam, cooling)

4.66

6.97

6.74

6.57

6.20

           

Operational Energy Use — Scope 1 & Scope 2 (location-based)6

(MWh)

Fuel Combustion

33,201.65

33,363.16

40,257.94

34,733.55

30,904.82

Purchased Energy (electricity, steam, cooling)

215,753.86

313,027.41

290,112.63

298,019.77

316,482.68

           

Renewable Energy6

Solar Energy (MWh)

201

221

1,607

3,713

3,938

Generation Capacity (MW)

0.3

0.3

5.5

5.5

12.42

           

Water7 (in Cubic Meters)

Water Withdrawal

1,202,689

1,366,829

1,429,610

1,385,080

1,391,300

Waste Water Discharge Values

1,127,164

1,298,427

1,351,405

1,260,986

1,256,400

Wastewater Exceedances

0

0

0

0

0

           

Waste8 (in Metric Tons)

Nonhazardous Waste

35,944.75

40,041.55

44,032.69

44,377.44

45,439.49

Hazardous Waste

210.29

78.90

67.65

75.27

66.11

           

Recovery and Recycling Trends (in Metric Tons)

CY 2014

CY 2015

CY 2016

CY 2017

CY 2018

Product End-of-Life Management (PELM)9

14,587

18,600

29,075

24,872

20,036

Product Take Back (PTB)9

11,252

15,487

27,392

23,868

19,704

           

Product End-of-Life Management (PELM) Disposition (in Metric Tons)

CY 2014

CY 2015

CY 2016

CY 2017

CY 2018

Reused

788

778

710

619

11

Recycled

13,209

14,620

26,569

22,808

18,678

Waste to Energy (WTE)

251

507

907

826

823

Incinerate

78

804

233

284

327

Landfill

256

1,891

656

336

197

Total

14,587

18,600

29,075

24,872

20,036

           

Product Take Back (PTB) Disposition (in Metric Tons)

CY 2014

CY 2015

CY 2016

CY 2017

CY 2018

Reused

534

375

164

261

11

Recycled

10,205

14,128

25,445

22,194

18,348

Waste to Energy (WTE)

251

502

906

826

823

Incinerated

78

134

233

270

326

Landfill

184

348

644

318

196

Total

11,252

15,487

27,392

23,868

19,704

           

Use of Recycled Plastics in Products (in Pounds)

CY 2014

CY 2015

CY 2016

CY 2017

CY 2018

Plastics Containing Recycled Content (PCRC)

23,850,027

20,597,606

15,802,979

13,994,678

12,207,609

Net Post-Consumer Recycled Content (PCC)

13,883,806

11,622,364

10,204,469

9,112,367

17,102,170

Net Post-Industrial Recycled Content (PIC)

18,739

6,724

0

0

0

           

ENERGY STAR® Certified Products Availability (% of product)

CY 2014

CY 2015

CY 2016

CY 2017

CY 2018

Notebook Platforms

98%

100%

98%

100%

92%

Desktop Platforms

82%

90%

94%

99%

97%

Workstation Platforms

71%

76%

78%

78%

80%

Server Platforms

94%

92%

91%

91%

90%

Monitors

97%

97%

98%

100%

98%

Footnotes:

  1. Revenue by Business Group: In the Spring of 2018, the Intelligent Devices Group (IDG) was created through a combination of the PC & Smart Devices Group (PCSD) and Mobile Business Group (MBG). As a result of this change, the Intelligent Devices Group (IDG), Data Center Group (DCG) now comprise the company’s three major business units. Please see the FY 2018/19 Annual Report for more details.
  2. Lenovo employs approximately 28,000 direct labor employees at the corporate level reported in this line.
  3. In FY 2018/19, corporate and in-region philanthropy giving were consolidated into one table to simplify reporting and represent the centralization of global philanthropy at Lenovo through the Lenovo Philanthropy Board and Lenovo Foundation.
  4. All Geographies in-region and corporate budgets from years past were consolidated into one figure, in alignment with the simplification described in footnote 1.
  5. Total contribution to communities through cash contributions and matches, and product donations refers to employee donations. While estimated value of community impact through philanthropy and volunteerism refers to the cost of employee’s time being spent on volunteering.
  6. Lenovo’s GHG Emissions and Energy Inventory Specifics:
    • Lenovo started to verify energy and GHG emissions data in FY 2009/2010.
    • At the end of FY 2012/13 Lenovo adjusted its historical Scope 1 and 2 CO2e emissions data to account for acquiring Medion in Germany and creating joint venture with NEC in Japan. At the end of FY 2015/16 Lenovo adjusted historical Scope 1 and 2 CO2e emissions data to account for acquiring System x and Motorola Mobility.
    • Lenovo started to report location-and market-based Scope 2 from FY 2015/16. Base year’s and consecutive years’ Scope 2 totals are the same for location and market-based method as product and supplier-specific market-based data were not available in the base year and consecutive years so the location-based results has been used as a proxy for the market-based method.
    • Beginning in FY 2015/16, System x and Motorola Mobility data are included in energy and Scope 3 emissions data.
    • Approximately less than 1% of purchased energy (electricity) is estimated based upon energy use at similar Lenovo facilities with metered usage.
    • Product transportation emissions include key upstream suppliers representing majority of global logistics spend. Note: Upon looking into GHG Protocol standard we decided to re-categorize this to upstream from downstream transportation (from FY 2016/17, previous years were adjusted accordingly).
    • Emissions from waste include nonhazardous waste, hazardous waste and waste water from all manufacturing, R&D locations and some large offices. No product waste is included.
    • Purchased goods and services include suppliers covering 90% of direct global suppliers spend. The RBA Carbon and Water Reporting Tool was used for collection of supplier data. Data was allocated based on revenue.
    • Fuel-and energy-related activities (not included in Scope 1 or 2) include transmission & distribution (T&D) losses from Lenovo’s worldwide purchased electricity and natural gas. A World Bank database and Energy Star Performance Rating document were used for determining T&D loss rates.
    • Lenovo used the current Product Attribute Impact Algorithm (PAIA) notebook, desktop, monitor, tablet, all-in-one, ThinClient and server tool for calculating emissions of Lenovo’s typical notebook, desktop, monitor, tablet, all-in-one, ThinClient and server. The calculated results show emissions distribution by different parts and also for use, packaging, transportation, and end-of-life treatment categories. The emissions associated with use and end-of-life treatment of sold products were estimated on a “narrow” baseline for the typical notebook, desktop, monitor, tablet, all-in-one, ThinClient and server multiplied by sold/shipped product volumes.
    • Emissions from capital goods are based on purchased capital goods in a given year. The 2012 Guidelines to Defra GHG Conversion Factors for Company Reporting, Annex 13 was used for emission factors for different type of capital goods adjusted for inflation rate and exchange rate.
    • Renewable energy generation capacity includes electric solar panels in Shanghai, Hefei and Wuhan China; Morrisville and Whitsett, NC, USA and hot water solar panels in Beijing, China.
  7. Water data includes manufacturing, research & development sites and some large offices.
    • Lenovo started to verify waste and water data in FY 2011/12.
    • Beginning in FY 2015/16, System x and Motorola Mobility data are included in water data.
    • In FY 2017/18, the term “water use” was replaced with “water withdrawal,” however, what is being measured is unchanged.
  8. Waste data includes site waste from manufacturing, research & development sites and some large offices.
    • Waste data includes processes and operations waste; product waste is reported separately.
    • Lenovo started to verify waste and water data in FY 2011/12.
    • Beginning in FY 2015/16, System x and Motorola Mobility data are included in waste data.
  9. Lenovo’s Product End-of-Life Management (PELM) and Product Take Back (PTB) includes materials from customers and Lenovo-owned country returns, manufacturing and R&D scrap, and employee equipment from real estate sites.

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