2018 2019 2020 2021 Additional Information
Energy
Total Energy consumption (TJ) 3,344 12,480 10,966 10,516 Includes Huifeng (2nd semester), Lycored and Chilen production site  
Energy Intensity (TJ/ $million revenues) 0.94 3.12 2.66 2.18  
Total Direct Energy (TJ) 1,251 7,964 4,908 4,686  
Coal (TJ) 0 6,735 3,753 3,210  
Natural Gas (TJ) 675 556 753 1,125  
Fuel Oil (TJ) 95 87 85 80  
Diesel (TJ) 112 39 34 40  
LPG (TJ) 83 41 37 20  
Other fossil fuels (TJ) 286 506 246 127 Not including Hydeogen and Biomass (wood)
Total Indirect Energy (TJ) 2,093 4,516 6,023 5,831  
External Electricity (TJ) 1,248 3,448 4,539 4,082  
External Steam (TJ) 845 1,068 1,485 1,749  
Renewable Energy Used (TJ) - 50 34 51 Base on energy mix of electricity supplier
Greenhouse Gas emission
Scope 1+2 GHG emissions (tonne CO2e) 242,249 1,429,852 1,273,618 1,210,860 Includes Huifeng (2nd semester), Lycored and Chilen production site  
GHG Intensity (tonne CO2e/ $million revenues) 68 358 309 252  
Scope 1 emissions: on-site fuels (tonne CO2e) 93,702 688,557 421,172 413,466  
Scope 1 emissions: company vehicles (tonne CO2e) not measured not measured 11,391 24,287 2021 less lockdowns due to the epidemic
Scope 2 emissions: indirect energy (tonne CO2e) 148,547 741,295 852,446 797,393  
Scope 3 emissions: others indirect (tonne CO2e) not measured 3,048,317     Not evaluated
Water
Total Water Consumption (m3) 3,503,711 10,289,074 11,624,389 13,565,073 Includes Huifeng (2nd semester), Lycored and Chilen production site  
Water Intensity (m3/ $million revenues) 989 2,574 2,816 2,818  
Total Wastewater discharged (m3) 1,837,594 6,434,057 9,398,207 9,511,529  
Total Wastewater reclaimed ** (m3) 114,090 282,155 220,690 160,531  
TOC in effluents (tonne) 212 284 369 682  
COD in effluents (tonne) 636 852 1,107 2046  
TSS in effluents (tonne) 94 235 254 234  
Herbicides discharged *** (tonne) 1.2 1.1 0.84 0.8  
Air Emissions
Particulate matter  (tonne) not measured not measured 14 28 Includes Huifeng (2nd semester), Lycored and Chilen production site  
NOx emissions (tonne) 106 330 131 159  
SOx emissions (tonne) 32 178 25 41  
VOC emissions (tonne) 72 82 89 81.3  
Solid Wastes
Total Hazardous Waste (tonne) 23,429 44,766 121,262 158,735  
Hazardous waste to landfill/incineration (tonne) NA 40,827 40,649 49,464  
Hazardous waste to recycling (tonne) NA 3,939 80,613 109,271  
Total Non-Hazardous Waste (tonne) 8,214 108,804 79,256 78,061  
Non-Hazardous waste to landfill/incineration (tonne) NA 107,165 72,646 71,049  
Non-Hazardous waste to recycling (tonne) NA 1,639 6,611 7,013  
Environmental Management
Expenditures on Environmental Protection (Million USD)  12 9 19.2 41 Not include China
Expenditures on Environmental Protection (Million USD)       19 China Expenditures
Investments on Environmental Protection (Million USD) 48.6 48.2 50.6 54.5  
Sites certified to ISO 14001 or to an eqv. Standard (%) NA NA 64% 57% Huifeng and Colombia
Environmental Compliance
Environmental Fines (Million USD) 0 0.1 0 0.0075  
Significant Environmental Incidents 5 3 4 4  
Health and Safety
Recordable Injuries 55 49 40 49  
Fatal Incidents 0 0 1*    
Injury Rate (IR) 0.76 0.56 0.46 0.45  
Total Days missed due to safety incidents 710 878 874 1,744  
Recordable Occupational Illness cases 0 0 0 0  
Sites certified to ISO 45001 or to an eqv. Standard (%)     56% 43%  
Quality Employment
Total Employees 7,675 7,759 7,505 9,162  
*Female   1,825 1,800 2,236  
*Men   5,934 5,705 6,926  
Total full-time employees(FTEs) 7,635 7,719 7,562 9,145  
*Female   1,793 1,800 2,222  
*Men   5,926 5,676 6,923  
Total part-time employees 40 40 29 17  
*Female   32 22 14  
*Men   8 7 3  
Unionized employees portion of workforce (%) 23% 21% 21% 16%  
*Female       3%  
*Men       13%  
Employee Retention rate (%)   89% 88% 87%  
Employee Turnover rate (%) 8.70% 12.20% 12.80% 13.70%  
New Hires- Employees 742 944 749 2,617 2020 - Due to reorganization and relocation in China
New Hires- Managers 100 112 65 191  
New hires by gender and age group
         
 Female  <30         97  
 Female  30-50        525  
 Female  >50         67  
 Men  <30         257  
 Men  30-50        1107  
 Men  >50        755  
 Total new hires <30        354  
 Total new hires 30-50        1632  
 Total new hires >50        822 * Include New Company ADAMA Huifeng & ADAMA Dibai
End of Employment- Employees 595 866 1,101 1,014  
End of Employment- Managers 72 79 113 135  
Leavers by gender and age group
         
 Female  <30         24  
 Female  30-50        165  
 Female  >50         68  
 Men  <30         81  
 Men  30-50        478  
 Men  >50        333  
 Total  leavers <30        105  
 Total  leavers 30-50        643  
 Total  leavers >50        401  
Employees participating in performance review* (%) 93% 95% 96% 95%  
Open positions filled by internal candidates (%)   27% 25% 35%  
Employee Role distribution
Manufacturing 3,221 3,034 2,817 3,871  
R&D 238 264 243 250  
Sales & Registration 1,716 1,835 1,739 1,939  
Management & Administration 568 485 469 500  
Other 1,932 2,141 2,237 2,602  
Total 7,675 7,759 7,505 9,162  
Employee Age distribution
Total employees senior managers 127 131 130 125  
Total employees middle managers 523 621 684 810  
Total employees non-managers 7,004 6,986 6,672 8207  
Top management 21 21 19 20  
Female Top Management 2 2 2 2  
Female senior managers 21 24 25 25  
 Female middle managers  140 161 176 212  
 Female non-managers  1,588 1,638 1,597 1,997  
 Men Top Management  19 19 17 18  
 Men senior managers  106 107 105 100  
 Men middle managers  383 460 508 598  
 Men non-managers  5,416 5,348 5,075 6,210  
           
 Total Top managers - under age 30  0 0 0 0  
 Total Top managers - age 30-50  5 4 2 2  
 Total Top managers age - age 50 and up  16 18 17 18  
 Total senior managers - under age 30  0 0 0 0  
 Total senior managers - age 30-50  54 55 49 43  
 Total senior managers age - age 50 and up  73 76 80 81  
 Total middle managers - under age 30  8 7 4 4  
 Total middle managers - age 30-50  378 446 460 526  
 Total middle managers - age 50 and up  135 166 214 279  
 Total non-managers  - under age 30  995 833 603 591  
 Total non-managers age 30-50  4,554 4,540 4,447 5,172  
 Total non-managers - age 50 and up  1,447 1,602 1,610 2,444  
 Total employees - under age 30  1,003 840 607 595  
 Total employees age 30-50  4,991 5,045 4,958 5,743  
 Total employees - age 50 and up  1,671 1,862 1,921 2,824  
Diversity and Gender Equality
Women FTEs 1,719 1,793 1,800 2222 (All = 2,236)  
Men FTEs 5,916 5,926 5,705 6923 ( All = 6,926)  
Non-Management Employees - Women 1,588 1,638 1,597 1,997  
Middle Management Employees - Women 140 161 176 212  
Senior Management Employees - Women 21 24 25 25  
Top Management - Women 2 2 2 2  
Non-Management Employees - Men 5,416 5,348 5,075 6,210  
Middle Management Employees - Men 383 460 508 598  
Senior Management Employees - Men 106 107 105 100  
Top Management - Men 19 19 17 18  
Gender Salary Ratio- non-management employees ** (%) 79% 77% 76% 72%  
Gender Salary Ratio- middle management ** (%) 103% 100% 97% 93%  
Gender Salary Ratio- senior management ** (%) 110% 109% 105% 114%  
Gender Salary Ratio- top management ** (%) 113% 113% 109% 112%  
Community Engagement
Community donations (USD) 1,866,000 1,920,000 2,738,000 2,599,000  
Donation per pre-tax profits (%) 0.90% 0.94% 2.70% 2.80%  
% of workforce participating in volunteering *** (%) 10% 10% 20% 18.5% *** Volunteering figures only currently available for ADAMA Israel
Hours of employee volunteering (hours) 1,400 1,120 1,300 2,777 *** Volunteering figures only currently available for ADAMA Israel
Hours of volunteering per employee (hours per employee) 10.6 8 9 11.5 *** Volunteering figures only currently available for ADAMA Israel
Board of Directors - ADAMA Ltd
Total number of directors 6 5 5 5  
Number of Non-Executive Directors on Board 4 4 4 4  
Number of External Directors 2 2 2 2  
Number of Independent Directors 2 2 2 2  
Separate Chair and CEO Yes Yes Yes Yes  
Annual Election of Directors 6 0 3 5  
Average Age of Directors 56 57 58 59  
Women directors 0 0 0 0  
Board meeting held 11 9 10 10  
Attendance rate- general board meetings (%) 100% 100% 100% 100%  
Audit Committee - meetings held 6 5 5 6  
Audit Committee - attendance rate (%) 100% 100% 100% 100%  
Nomination Committee - meetings held 2 - 5 1  
Nomination Committee - attendance rate (%) 100% - 93% 100%  
Compensation and Appraisal Committee - meetings held 2 2 3 2  
Compensation and Appraisal Committee - attendance rate (%) 100% 100% 100% 100%  
Strategy Committee - meetings held 0 0 0 0  
Board of Directors - ADAMA Solutions
Total number of directors 7 7 7 7  
Number of Non-Executive Directors on Board 5 5 3 3  
Number of External Directors 2 2 2 2  
Number of Independent Directors 1 1 1 1  
Separate Chair and CEO Yes Yes Yes Yes

Aviram Lahav served as the Company's CEO & CFO until September 30, 2021, continuing to be employed by the Company till December 31, 2021.

Annual Election of Directors No No No No Please note that there is no regulatory nor other need within the AOA for an annual re-election of the board members, whom are being nominated by the sole shareholder. The external directors preside for 3-year terms (for a tenure no longer than nine-year period)
Average Age of Directors 58 57 59 60  
Women directors 1 1 1 1  
Board meeting held 7 7 7 7  
Attendance rate- general board meetings (%) 89% 80% 84% 76%  
Audit Committee - meetings held 11 8 13 10  
Audit Committee - attendance rate (%) 93% 93% 92% 97%  
Financial Statements Review Committee - meetings held 4 4 4 4  
Financial Statements Review - attendance rate (%) 92% 100% 83% 92%  
Remuneration Committee - meetings held 3 4 8 5  
Remuneration Committee - attendance rate (%) 78% 92% 92% 100%  
Ethics
% of Employees trained on code of ethics   80.00% 92% 87%  
% of Employees trained on data privacy - 63.40% -    
Commitment to avoid political donations Yes Yes Yes Yes  
Complaints reported to speakup hotline     5 20 20 cases were reported via SpeakUp and 3 in addition were reported directly to General Counsel or senior managers/HR
% of complaints regarding suspect of bribery/corruption - 40% - 10%  
% of complaints regarding HR issues - 20% 20% 20%  
% of complaints regarding Product Compliance - 20% - -  
% of complaints regarding Other Issues     80% 70%  
Economic Value Shared
Payments to suppliers (Million USD) 2,851 3,006 3,150 3,410  
Employee wages and benefits (Million USD) 479 495 522 560  
Payments to governments (taxes) (Million USD) 92 100 31.5 59  
Payments to providers of capital (Million USD) 114 144 9 12 Includes payment of interest on loans and dividends to shareholders
Capital expenditure (Million USD) 196 207 214 402  
Community donations (Million USD) 1.87 1.92 2.8 2.6  
Total Economic value shared (Million USD) 3,734 3,954 3,930.0 4,446  

GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards

GRI 102-14