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Score Improvement

Inolex conducted a mid-year reporting assessment with Ecovadis to demonstrate the progress we have made in our sustainability initiatives. The result of the evaluation was a score increase of 8 points, raising the company's status from bronze to silver.

The silver medal represents the 73rd percentile of businesses. Inolex received a score of 50/100 or more for each of the categories rated: Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics, and Sustainable Procurement.

Ecovadis Business Sustainability Ratings

Ecovadis is a widely recognized platform for assessing companies' sustainability practices, actions, results, and policies. It is applicable to all company types and the assessment is tailored to the company depending on industry, size, and other factors. It is one tool, built on globally-recognized standards, that evaluates sustainability through a meticulous process resulting in a tangible score as well as a detailed report of strengths and improvement areas.

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Progress & Goals

Inolex is a designer of sustainable ingredients for health, beauty, and wellness. Our products enable safe formulations with less environmental impact. Corporate Sustainability relies on rigorous tracking, reporting and demonstration of progress. We aim to raise our Corporate Sustainability Program to the level of our sustainable products. Our goal is to reach Ecovadis Platinum by 2025 through policy improvements, forward actions, and increased tracking & reporting.

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