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					                                        Supplier Environmental Sustainability Scorecard Purpose
                                                                          Version: April 7, 2010

The Supplier Environmental Sustainability Scorecard is designed to track improvement on key supplier-related environmental
sustainability measures in P&G's supply chain. P&G requests suppliers report sustainability results relating directly to the creation of
P&G-specific materials and services. Until that capability is developed, suppliers may report the overall sustainability results for all of
their site(s) (combined) involved in creating P&G-specific materials and services; or their total corporation sustainability measures
instead. P&G suppliers are also encouraged to use this scorecard with their suppliers.

The scorecard’s primary use is to measure and reward improvement over time in each key environmental sustainability
measure—regardless of a supplier’s starting point or size. Annual submission to the P&G supplier relationship owner(SRO)/buyer will
enable each supplier to receive appropriate recognition based on the Rating Criteria. Other future potential uses are included below.

                     Uses                                                Measures                                      Comments
                                                  - Supplier's sustainability measures
                                                                                                      Will use supplier's aggregated data from all
      Annual Supplier Sustainability                (absolute or intensity values--whichever
                                                                                                      sites supplying P&G (or corporate data)
         Performance Ratings                        is most meaningful)
                                                                                                      until suppliers are capable of reporting
              (Corporate)                         - P&G initiatives supported
                                                                                                      P&G production-level measures.
                                                  - Supplier Ideas adopted by P&G
                                                  - Supplier's sustainability measures (absolute or
                                                                                                      Will seek to use comparable supplier data
  Supplier Business Award Decisions                 intensity values--as specified by P&G Buyers)
                                                                                                      wherever possible towards best total value
           (Spend Category)                       - P&G initiatives supported
                                                                                                      business award decisions.
                                                  - Supplier Ideas adopted by P&G
                                                                                                      Against goals set by a P&G spend
          Improvement Tracking                    - % improvement in supplier's measures
                                                                                                      category or P&G corporate.
  Material Production Impact Studies              - Supplier's sustainability measures                For in-depth look at specific materials or
          for Product Design                        at P&G production-level                           products in product design.
                                                                                                      Likely unavailable until a critical mass of
                                                  - Supplier's sustainability measures
 Total Supply Chain Impact Modeling                                                                   representative suppliers can report P&G
                                                    at P&G production-level
                                                                                                      production-level measures.
Prior to completing the Scorecard tab, review the Instructions tab’s definitions and instructions.
Supplier Environmental Sustainability Scorecard Instructions
                                     1. Enter your company name at the top right of the scorecard. (Optional) List any overall scope comments/exclusions in cell G4 (below your name).
                                     2. Highlight the chosen unit, enter the scope code, value and comments of all core measures for each applicable year (enter scope months if not calendar year).
                                        a. Report in the units specified--absolute or intensity values--whichever is most meaningful. (Note: use scientific notation to report data in small fractions).
                                        b. Unit of Output = Metric Ton for most production; sqm, FTE, revenue or absolute value for packaging/services--explain non-production units in Comments cell.
   General Instructions:                c. Report P&G specific scope if possible; Site or Corporate if necessary--use Corporate for "Environmental Mgt. System" and "Violations & Sanctions".
                                        d. List reasons in the Comments cell for measures you cannot provide; e.g., proprietary information, not available, etc.
                                     3. The same data methodology/scope should be used year to year; if you make a change for the current year (e.g., S->P), adjust the previous year data to match.
                                     4. Report Optional measures if you can. (Note to Spend Category Buyers: Specify all mandatory measures, units and scope codes related to business awards)

        Core Measure                        Unit                                                                               Definition
                                                         Total net energy usage (purchased plus self-generated minus sold) from electricity (as defined by the WRI/WBCSD GHG Protocol--see pages 25,
                                      Giga-Joules or
   (Electric) Energy Usage                               27-29 in http://www.ghgprotocol.org/files/ghg-protocol-revised.pdf) that the operation/site/enterprise needs to operate from all sources, regardless of
                                     GJ / Unit of Output
                                                         use (e.g., electricity going into production, or office lighting, food production, heating warehouse, etc.)
                                                         Total net energy usage (purchased plus self-generated minus sold) from fuels that the operation/site/enterprise needs to operate from all sources,
                                      Giga-Joules or
     (Fuel) Energy Usage                                 regardless of use (e.g., fuel oil, natural gas, etc. going into production, or office lighting, food production, heating warehouse, etc.) Indicate in the
                                     GJ / Unit of Output
                                                         Comments cell whether high or low heating values were used.
     (Input / Withdrawal)             Cubic Meters or Quantity of water entering the site, from all sources, needed for operations (e.g. water purchased from local suppliers, pumped from wells, rivers,
        Water Usage                  M3 / Unit of Output lakes or ocean used in process areas--including for cooling; NOT Rainwater, unless collected and used in process areas).
     (Output / Discharge)             Cubic Meters or Quantity of water leaving the site, from all sources, needed for operations (e.g. water purchased from local suppliers, pumped from wells, rivers,
        Water Usage                  M3 / Unit of Output lakes or ocean used in process areas--including for cooling; NOT Rainwater, unless collected and used in process areas).
                                                         Amount of hazardous waste landfilled or incinerated without energy recovery (If it is reused, recycled, or recovered, it is not considered disposed
         Hazardous                    Metric Tons or     and may be reported optionally.) "Hazardous waste" varies worldwide and is defined by local regulation; may or may not be linked to permits. This
        Waste Disposal               MT / Unit of Output may include but is not limited to the following: Solvents, Flammable/Hazardous raw materials, chemical waste, batteries, acids (low pH liquids),
                                                         strong bases or caustic (high pH liquids), etc. In the Comments cell, list the criteria you used to decide what was included or excluded in your data.

        Non-Hazardous                 Metric Tons or     Amount of all other waste landfilled or incinerated without energy recovery. Includes waste data from solid waste (also liquids disposed in a solid
        Waste Disposal               MT / Unit of Output container). Note: Waste produced during start-ups is included. (If it is reused, recycled, or recovered, it is not disposed and is reported optionally).
                                                        Scope 1 greenhouse gas emissions as defined by the WRI/WBCSD GHG Protocol (see pages 25 & 27 in http://www.ghgprotocol.org/files/ghg-
                                         Metric Tons    protocol-revised.pdf). Suppliers can use their existing tools to calculate Kyoto greenhouse gas emissions as long as methodology is consistent with
   Kyoto Greenhouse Gas               of CO2 Equivalent the WRI/WBCSD GHG Protocol. Otherwise, use the calculator found at: http://www.nef.org.uk/greencompany/co2calculator.htm. If you use a
  Emissions Direct (Scope 1)           or MT of CO2e /  different protocol, list it in the Comments cell. (Note: If sea transport is involved, also use the "GHG emissions from transport or mobile sources"
                                        Unit of Output  calculation tool developed by the WRI (downloadable at http://www.ghgprotocol.org/calculation-tools/all-tools) to calculate GHG emissions from sea
                                                        transport.)
                                                        Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions as defined by the WRI/WBCSD GHG Protocol (see pages 25, 27-29 in http://www.ghgprotocol.org/files/ghg-
                                         Metric Tons    protocol-revised.pdf). Suppliers can use their existing tools to calculate Kyoto greenhouse gas emissions as long as methodology is consistent with
   Kyoto Greenhouse Gas               of CO2 Equivalent the WRI/WBCSD GHG Protocol. Otherwise, use the calculator found at: http://www.nef.org.uk/greencompany/co2calculator.htm. If you use a
 Emissions Indirect (Scope 2)          or MT of CO2e / different protocol, list it in Comments cell. (Note: If sea transport is involved, also use the "GHG emissions from transport or mobile sources"
                                        Unit of Output  calculation tool developed by the WRI (downloadable at http://www.ghgprotocol.org/calculation-tools/all-tools) to calculate GHG emissions from sea
                                                        transport.)
                                                        Do you have an externally verified environmental management system (ISO14001 or equivalent) to track compliance with permits, water quality,
 Environmental Mgt. System                Yes or No
                                                        and to conduct environmental risk assessments? If Yes, explain in the Comments cell what it is and what % of your sites use it.

  P&G Initiatives Supported /
   Ideas Adopted by P&G                  Description      Brief description of top P&G sustainability initiatives supported and/or top ideas brought to and adopted by P&G in the most recent calendar year.
(in the most recent calendar year)

     Industry Certification                  TBD          As requested and defined by P&G Spend Category (e.g., % of Tier 1, 2, & 3 classification for Forestry products).
            Other                            TBD          As requested and defined by P&G Spend Category.
    Optional Measure                    Unit                                                                              Definition
                                                     Total energy used that comes from both biogenic fuels (wood, biomass) and modern alternative energy sources (solar, wind, water). Excludes
                                  Giga-Joules or     fossil fuels and nuclear. The scope is restricted to direct fuel use and electricity generation onsite (as part of operations under the supplier's
     Renewable Energy
                                 GJ / Unit of Output control) and the dedicated and certified purchase of renewable energy. It excludes the renewable energy that is part of the standard electricity grid
                                                     at a given location.

  Potential Waste Material        Metric Tons or     All potential waste material generated that is not disposed into landfills or incinerators without energy recovery. This refers to the potential waste
Recycled, Reused, Recovered      MT / Unit of Output material which has beneficial reuse or is treated via other solid waste treatment, such as composting/biogas and incineration with energy recovery.

                                                     CO2 per ton-km of product transported from supplier site to customer site(s). If available, please report your Scope 3 transport-related activities as
                                                     defined by the WRI/WBCSD GHG Protocol except employees commuting to and from work (see pages 29-31 in
Transportation Fuel Efficiency      CO2 / ton-km     http://www.ghgprotocol.org/files/ghg-protocol-revised.pdf or the Scope 3 Accounting and Reporting Standards scheduled to be published in
                                                     December 2010). Specify the mode of transport in the Comments cell and enter the corresponding data on the same row. Insert an extra row to
                                                     enter data for each other mode of transport used.
   Violations & Sanctions                $           $ paid in violations/sanctions for non-compliance with environmental laws & regulations. Explain in the Comments cell.
            Other                       TBD          As requested and defined by P&G Spend Category.
Supplier Environmental Sustainability Scorecard                                             Company Name:
Enter Scope Code (based on your capability to measure):             Enter Calendar Year data:                     Overall comments/exclusions concerning scope of data:
 P = P&G-specific materials and services (DESIRED)                  2009 (most recent calendar year)
 S = Site(s) (combined total) that create for P&G                   2008 (previous calendar reference year)
 C = Corporate level                                                yyyy (optional historical reference year)
 NA = Measure does not apply to my industry/service                 (If not calendar year, enter actual months)
                                                            Scope       2009            2008             yyyy     Comments
         Core Measure                        Unit
                                                            Code      Jan - Dec       Jan - Dec       Jan - Dec   (Use additional pages/attachments as necessary to explain)
                                       Giga-Joules or
     (Electric) Energy Usage
                                      GJ / Unit of Output
                                       Giga-Joules or
      (Fuel) Energy Usage
                                      GJ / Unit of Output
      (Input / Withdrawal)             Cubic Meters or
         Water Usage                  M3 / Unit of Output
      (Output / Discharge)             Cubic Meters or
         Water Usage                  M3 / Unit of Output
          Hazardous                    Metric Tons or
         Waste Disposal               MT / Unit of Output

         Non-Hazardous                 Metric Tons or
         Waste Disposal               MT / Unit of Output

                                         Metric Tons
    Kyoto Greenhouse Gas              of CO2 Equivalent
   Emissions Direct (Scope 1)          or MT of CO2e /
                                        Unit of Output
                                         Metric Tons
    Kyoto Greenhouse Gas              of CO2 Equivalent
  Emissions Indirect (Scope 2)         or MT of CO2e /
                                        Unit of Output
   Environmental Mgt. System              Yes or No          C

   P&G Initiatives Supported /
    Ideas Adopted by P&G                 Description
 (in the most recent calendar year)

      Industry Certification                 TBD
              Other                          TBD

       Optional Measure
                                       Giga-Joules or
       Renewable Energy
                                      GJ / Unit of Output
   Potential Waste Material            Metric Tons or
 Recycled, Reused, Recovered          MT / Unit of Output

  Transportation Fuel Efficiency         CO2 / ton-km                                                                                (Specify mode of transport used)
     Violations & Sanctions                   $              C                                                                                Explain details
              Other                          TBD
P&G's Annual Supplier Sustainability Performance Rating Criteria
Q: Does the supplier report on and improve P&G's environmental sustainability core measures, and support P&G initiatives?

                                 5                               4                                3                                2                    1
Rating                      Far Exceeds                       Exceeds                           Meets                            Below              Far Below
                            Expectations                    Expectations                     Expectations                     Expectations         Expectations

                         All P&G scorecard               All P&G scorecard              Most P&G scorecard                 Some P&G scorecard    No P&G scorecard
                          core measures                   core measures                   core measures                      core measures        core measures
                            are reported*                   are reported*                  are reported*                      are reported*        are reported*

                         All P&G scorecard              Most P&G scorecard              Some P&G scorecard                  No P&G scorecard
                          core measures                   core measures                   core measures                      core measures
                           are improved*                  are improved*                    are improved*                      are improved*
   Rating Criteria




                      Worked collaboratively            Self-initiated support                Supported                         Supported
                                                                                                                                                  Did not support
                        on all applicable                 of all applicable                  all initiatives                  some initiatives
                                                                                                                                                 any P&G initiatives
                         P&G initiatives                  P&G initiatives                 requested by P&G                  requested by P&G

                        Jointly developed                  Brought at least
                      several ideas that were             one idea that was
                         adopted by P&G                   adopted by P&G

                      Reported all additional,
                        feasible measures
                        requested by P&G

                     *There is no adverse impact to suppliers that exclude measures that do not apply to their industry.

				
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