The reporting scope is the same used for the consolidated financial statements, and includes the economic, environmental and social results from the activities of all Ariston Thermo Group companies at global level.
This document has been edited according to the GRI Standards, currently representing the main reference point for non-financial reporting at national and international level. Materiality of information is at the centre of sustainability reporting: it is a threshold beyond which a topic becomes important enough to be reported. According to GRI, material topics are those that may reasonably be considered important for reflecting the organisation’s economic, environmental and social impacts or influencing the decisions of stakeholders. Our values have inspired us to focuse on the material topics that currently best describe the company’s commitment towards sustainability.
Data sources are internal documents, information processed from benchmarking and sector analyses, and from other official sources mentioned in the Report. The contents were elaborated in collaboration with all the people in the company, who actively participated in collecting information and relevant data. Flow data collection has provided a decisive basis for the solidity of the reporting model developed.