At CTT – UN Agenda 2030 and related Sustainable Development Goals have provided guidance in efforts to identify the most relevant sustainability issues for CTT to deal with, monitor and report. CTT has chosen to group these under three areas: Environmental responsibility, Responsible employer and Business ethics & Human rights.
CTT’s green technology enable the aviation industry and airlines to become more sustainable. Our anti-condensation products reduce excess and unnecessary weight of condensate water accumulated in the aircraft, reducing environmental footprints and lowering greenhouse gas emissions by more than 100,000 tonnes per year. Our humidifier products improve health conditions for pilots, crew and passengers due to less risk for dry air related issues such as dehydration, fatigue and a weaker immune system.
Climate change is one of the world’s most pressing challenges, which is why CTT is making every effort to significantly reduce its climate impact and contribute to the 1.5-degree target under the Paris agreement. All electricity consumed and over 96% of heat originates from renewable sources. Solar panels in Nybro, generate over 50% of direct electricity needed. Waste recycling over 90%. All this contributes to our goal of becoming carbon neutral.
CTT is further committed to providing equal, safe and healthy workplaces. Our employees have individual skills and development plans together with a generous profit-sharing foundation investing in CTT-shares.
Our Code of Conduct govern company business ethics, compliant with both Boeing and Airbus sharp requirements.
See Annual report for full information on CTTs ESG work.
Sustainability report 2022 (page 34-47)
Energy production and Co2 Savings from solar panels