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20 The 2022 water footprint data include direct and indirect Group consumption, i.e. linked to the production of raw materials and finished products. The Group’s direct water consumption relates mainly to sanitation and, for Stone Island, to the production activities of the dye departments (Ravarino, Modena). Direct water discharges are comparable to those of residential buildings and are therefore drained into the sewage system. The water discharged from Ravarino site was analyzed 5 times during the reporting year and reported an average COD level of about 184 mg/l, well below the legislation limit. Based on the average detected mgCOD/l, the total COD in wastewater discharged from Ravarino site into public sewage was 1.6t in 2022, compared to 1.3t in 2021.
21 Indirect water consumption associated with the production and extraction of raw materials, such as cotton-growing, the livestock-raising phase for wool and transformation processes for synthetic fibres.
22 Indirect water consumption associated with processing such as spinning, weaving, dyeing, manufacturing, ironing, garment dyeing etc..
23 Refers to the offices and logistics hubs in Italy and the production site in Romania. It does not include waste directly managed by local municipalities.
24 In 2020 Moncler disposed, by way of exception, shelves and industrial shelves at the logistics hub in Castel San Giovanni (Piacenza).
25 Includes the disposal of a chemical solution used to recover a metal tank that previously held diesel to heat the production site in Romania.
26 Includes spray cans, surgical/FFP2 masks.
27 Transferred to ad hoc facilities for the treatment and disposal of condensation water from air compressors.