Environmental Concerns

The environmental risks and difficulties are recognized as part of a continually evolving approach that relies on the Company’s experience and knowledge gained, which are included in the One MAESTRO HSE guideline (Management and Expectations Standards Toward Robust Operations).

Serious Environmental Threats

The danger of unintentional contamination. Environmental problems are posed by liquids, gas, or solids waste or irresponsible utilization of mineral wealth. The danger of causing ecological and biodiversity harm during activities and projects particularly those in vulnerable nature reserves. Environmental hazards related to the generation of ultimate wastes.

Avoiding the Hazards of Unintentional Contamination

TotalEnergies adopts appropriate risk control rules to reduce unintended hazards, particularly big leaks that might cause environmental damage. The chapter “Preventing the Occurrence in Major Industrial Accidents” describes management methods for facility development and construction, as well as any adjustments to current structures and activities.

Overall Policy Objectives and Environmental Objectives

TotalEnergies prioritizes environmental stewardship in accordance with its Health & Safety Quality Of the environment charter. Every individual, at each and every position, must do everything possible to preserve nature while at the workplace. TotalEnergies works hard to reduce its energy consumption, pollutants in natural ecosystems (water, air, soil), waste components creation, use of environmental assets, and effect on biodiversity.

The Business employees produce emissions to the environment through combust facilities and different processing activities, as well as waste dumping. TotalEnergies has developed regulations and standards that its companies can employ to control the amounts released, in accordance with compliance with the applicable regulations. TotalEnergies has established objectives for lowering SO2 emissions and is dedicated to minimizing petrochemical releases into waterways.