EcoVadis grants Alcoa the Platinum sustainability rating
Alcoa Corporation has earned the highest rating possible in the most recent supplier scorecard released by EcoVadis. The platinum rating puts Alcoa in the top 1% of companies across more than 200 industries globally. For four consecutive years, the Company received gold level ratings for its sustainability efforts.
The award places Alcoa in the top one percent of the 90,000 businesses evaluated by EcoVadis.
The most recent supplier scorecard released by EcoVadis, the most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings for global supply chains, awarded Alcoa Corporation the highest possible score.
The platinum rating places Alcoa among the top 1 percent of companies in over 200 industries worldwide.
“The EcoVadis Platinum rating is the result of concerted action by our teams to improve our performance across our supply chain,” said Mateus Tiraboschi, Vice President of Global Procurement at Alcoa. “This recognition marks an important milestone in Alcoa’s ongoing efforts to reinvent the aluminum industry for a sustainable while delivering strong results across the board.”
Since 2018, EcoVadis has evaluated and recognized Alcoa as an outstanding supplier. The Company has received gold-level ratings for its sustainability efforts for four consecutive years, placing it in the top 2 percent of all companies evaluated worldwide.
“This rating upgrade is testament to our continued efforts to embed sustainability into every aspect of our business and ensure supply chain compliance,” added Rosa García Piñeiro, Alcoa’s Sustainability Vice President. “We are extremely proud of this achievement and thank our employees and partners for their relentless work to make our systems stronger year after year.”
EcoVadis has evaluated more than 95,000 businesses to date using a framework based on global sustainability standards. Each scorecard highlights the performance of a company across 21 industry-relevant indicators in four key areas: Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics, and Sustainable Procurement. To ensure accuracy, an independent committee of sustainability and supply chain experts oversees the assessments.
Source: Alcoa news release