The GRI Waste Standard is now provided in nine languages. In addition to English, translations have launched in Arabic, Traditional Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish.
This means that more reporting organizations around the world can download and use GRI 306: Waste 2020, available free of charge, to disclose a complete picture of the waste impacts in their processes, products and services, as well as throughout their value chains.
Launched in June 2020, the Waste Standard encourages companies to prevent waste at source – unlocking opportunities for circular business practices. Developed by an expert, multi-stakeholder working group, it offers the global best practice for waste reporting.
GRI thanks the following individuals and organizations for their support to peer review the new translations of GRI 306: Waste 2020.
Arabic (translation by Language Scientific)
- Dima Abdul Jalil Maaytah, Associate Director - Corporate Sustainability, Asda’a BCW
- Khulood Hindiyeh, Sustainability and Social Impact Advisor and Trainer
Traditional Chinese (translation coordinated by BCSD Taiwan)
- Joe Chen, Corporate Social responsibility Service leader, Deloitte & Touche
- Hung-Ta Chen, Section Chief, CPC Corporation
- Chen-Chiu Tsai, Principal Engineer, Industrial Technology Research Institute Green Energy and Environment Research Laboratories
French (translation by Language Scientific)
- François Sibille, Sibille Consulting / Haute Ecole de Gestion de Genève
- Dolores Larroque, Sustainability Reporting Expert, MATERIALITY-Reporting
German (translation by Language Scientific)
- Dr-ing Thomas Fleissner, founder and CEO, DFGE (Institute for Energy, Ecology and Economy)
- Dr-ing Sied Sadek, Managing Director, DQS CFS (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltigkeit)
- Dr Thijs Willaert, Director Global Affairs & Sustainability, DQS CFS GmbH (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltigkeit)
Italian (translation by EURIDEAS)
- Lorenzo Solimene, Associate Partner, Risk Consulting, Sustainability Services, KPMG Advisory
- Laura Corazza, Senior Lecturer, Editor of the sustainability report, University of Turin
- Gaia Giussani, Senior Manager, Risk Assurance Services, PwC Advisory
Japanese (translation by the Institute for Sustainability Management)
- Ryota Uozumi, Representative, Uozumi Sustainability Research Institute
- Masahiro Ishino, Senior Manager, Sustainability Department, Sony Corporation
- Hidemi Tomita, Managing Director, Lloyd’s Register Japan
The Japanese translation was sponsored by Brain Center Inc (premium sponsor), Sustainability Communications Hub Co. Ltd, and Pipeline Inc.
Portuguese (translation by Beto Bezerril & Martha Villac)
- Glaucia Terreo, Director, GRI Brazil
- João Pedro Dias Fischer, Production Engineer, Lojas Renner S.A.
- Cássio Luiz Vellani, Professor, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of São Paulo
- Mariana Nunes Páscoa, Environmental Engineer, Transtejo-Soflusa
- Sonia Margarida Csordas, Geographer and Coordinator of Environmental Studies
- Lindermara de Oliveira, Communication and Marketing Specialist, Sinctronics
Spanish (translation by Language Scientific)
- Jaime Moncada, Natural Capital Director, Colombian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CECODES)
- Jorge Reyes Iturbide, Director, IDEARSE Center for CSR & Sustainability, Anahuac University
- Laura Pujol Giménez, Sustainability Consultant
- Paul D. Maidstone, Head of Environment, Glencore Zinc, Glencore
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