Numatic International

PERFORMANCE You Can Trust SUSTAINABILITY Report 2022

01 Foreword Our Commitment 4-5 from Chris Duncan, Chairman and Founder of Numatic International Limited 02 Sustainability Sustainability Focus 6-7 Sustainability Formula 8-9 03 Processes Manufacturing 10-11 Infrastructure 12-13 Initiatives 14-15 Supply Chain 16-17 Global Compliance 18-19 04 Products Product Focus 20-21 charity: water 22-23 Sustainable Consumables 24-25 Product Lifecycle 26-27 05 People Investing in Our Team 28-29 06 Company Profile Company History 30-31 Global Presence 32-33 Contents We make better products in a better way. » We select materials and processes that are more sustainable and manufacturing that has less impact. » Our products are designed to be more efficient, reducing energy use and carbon impact. » We make products that are reliable, serviceable and built to last.

5 4 Foreword In today’s world, we all have a serious responsibility to respond to the inevitable energy and resource shortages of tomorrow, accelerated by unprecedented global challenges in recent years. OUR COMMITMENT We deliver innovative, quality and cost-effective cleaning solutions that are built to last and provide a cleaner, safer and healthier living, working and everyday environment for all. “ ” Chris Duncan Chairman and Founder of Numatic International Limited 01 “ ” Net Zero by 2035 We design, engineer, and build sustainable cleaning solutions, without compromising productivity or quality. Our products are built to last, investing in low-energy, high-efficiency motors; high-quality, recycled materials; and new technologies to meet individual needs and environments. Sustainability is our responsibility, and we will continue to invest in our processes, our products, and our people to deliver performance you can trust. A champion of UK manufacturing, Numatic can respond quickly and efficiently to changes in the landscape, delivering innovative, effective, and sustainable cleaning solutions to commercial and domestic customers across the world, servicing each business sector. Four values construct our Sustainability Formula: longevity, efficiency, serviceability, and recyclability. We recognise the need and demand for sustainable cleaning solutions and commit to initiatives across our business, including becoming Net Zero by 2035.

7 6 SUSTAINABILITY FOCUS 02Sustainability Sustainability is a driving force across all aspects of our business and product ranges, fromminimising our carbon impact, to maximising our use of high-quality, recycled plastic, to supporting water projects around the world. Sustainability Achievements in 2021 We support goals for sustainable development (SDGs) of the United Nations: Saved Factory Energy 345,000kWh Across our site, we have reduced our energy use per unit. Reduced Fleet Emissions 44,000KG Reduction of CO2 across our fleet emissions. Increased use of Recycled Plastic 150,000KG We have increased the use of recycled plastic across our product ranges. Saved Energy Use 90,000 tonnes Reduction of CO2e per year, when switching from 900Wmotor to 620Wmotor. Sustainable ReFlo Janitorial Range 100% Every item across the range utilises recycled ReFlo plastic. Sustainable Eco ReFlo Vacuum 75% The ERP180 is made from up to 75% recycled ReFlo plastic. Achievements in 2021 Our dedicated Sustainability Team oversees the implementation of initiatives, establishing and tracking milestones to move our business forward, while ensuring sustainability is top of the agenda. From our supply chain, to manufacturing, shipping and beyond, we are continually identifying and implementing new projects that align with our environmental, social and ethical goals.

9 8 Sustainability Targets - Net Zero by 2035 Building on Sustainability We recognise the need and demand for sustainable cleaning solutions, without compromising productivity or quality. The Numatic Sustainability Formula is the foundation to all our product development and sustainable initiatives. Built to Last Our products are built to last with tried, tested and trusted designs, ongoing innovations, and a commitment to developing sustainable cleaning solutions. Efficiency We ensure our products are themost efficient for every user; fromwater and detergent usage to electricity consumption. Serviceability Our products are designed to be easily and economically serviced throughout their lifecycle. We commit to support every product we have ever made, since day one. Recycling We are committed to developing products using high-quality, recycled plastic. Right from the initial design, our products aremanufactured to be easily recycled at the end of their life. Disposal Wework hard to ensure zerowaste goes to landfill and have achieved this since 2017. CCA (Climate Change Agreement) Measured Electricity & Gas usage reduced by 10%, under agreed CCA targets by end of 2023. Reduce Gas & Electric by 10% 30% reduction in plastic packaging use (avg. KGs per unit) by end of 2022 and further 30% by end of 2023. Reduce Plastic Packaging by 30% Reduce non-recyclable waste by 10% by end of 2022. Reduce Non-Recycled Waste by 10% Lower energy use across the factory by 20% by end of 2024. Reduction in Energy Use by 20% Increase manufacturing efficiencies by 15% by end of 2023. Increase Manufacturing Efficiency by 15% Increase use of recycled plastic in our 11" and 12" vacuum cleaners by 50% by end of 2025. Increase Use of Recycled Plastic by 50% “ ” Net Zero by 2035 2022 2023 2023 2023 2024 2025 SUSTAINABILITY FORMULA 02Sustainability Built to Last Efficiency Serviceability Recycling Disposal

11 10 Reduce Fossil Fuel Reliance Increase Renewable Energy Increase Self-Generated Energy Energy Targets • 10% Energy Reduction • Reduce Reliance on Gas Manufacturing Targets • Reduce Scrap and Waste • More Efficient Processes Integrated Targets • Increase Electric Vehicle Fleet • Reduce Need for Staff Travel Achieving Net Zero Manufacturing 03 Processes MANUFACTURING Manufacturing Injection Moulding The injectionmoulding process is responsible for a large proportion of our energy consumption. 100% of our moulding machines have been fitted with insulating barrel jackets. The addition of these jackets has increased efficiency of the process by up to 10%. We have replaced 3 and purchased 10 additional moulding machines which aremore energy efficient than our previous machines. We are replacing a further 4 machines and additional 3 machines later this year. Rotational Moulding The installation of a new 4-armcarousel rotomouldingmachine has significantly reduced gas consumption throughout this process. The investment in this new technology has resulted in energy savings of approximately 20%. In addition, themachine houses a heat recovery system in its exhaust. AluminiumWands Previously responsible for significant water usage, we have introduced a drying process for themanufacturing of aluminiumwands. The new process has reduced our consumption of processed, demineralised water by 25%. We continuously improve efficiencies, and commit to investing in new technologies. “ ” ENERGY SOURCE ENERGY EFFICIENCY Material Drying With potential efficiencies of up to 40%, the installation of a new desiccant material dryer has significantly reduced our energy consumption throughout the resin drying process. Efficiency

13 12 03 Processes We are committed to investing in our infrastructure as a means of channelling increased energy efficiency across our sites. A significant investment nowwill reap even greater efficiencies over time. Building Management System (BMS) The installation of an intuitive Building Management System has led to enhanced monitoring and control of electrical equipment across our site. The use of the system includes: • Controlling temperatures and times for over 50 space heaters • Monitoring the effluent meter in our paint plant • Logging sub-meters for gas and electricity to calculate energy consumption relevant to our Climate Change Agreement We continue to review other uses of the system as a means of facilitating efficiencies across other areas. LED Lighting Now accounting for approximately 80% of lighting across the site, the installation of LED lighting has generated energy savings of at least 60% when compared to the previous lighting. We will increase this to 90% LED coverage across our site by end of 2022. Solar Panels Numatic HQ has solar panel installations across the site. The output for the last year reached 296,173kWh, which saved around 69 tonnes of CO2. Since installation, we have saved a total of 1260 tonnes of CO2 to date. That is the equivalent of 222 homes’ electricity in the UK for one year or charging 139,043,958 smart phones! Electric Vehicle Points Along with moving our vehicle fleet over to electric vehicles, we now have 12 charging points on our site, with plans to install a further 8 points in the upcoming future. INFRASTRUCTURE Infrastructure In 2021, our solar panels generated up to 296,173 kWh. “ ” 2023 New Building Investment Efficient and Sustainable Manufacturing We are investing in a newmanufacturing facility that will streamline production in response to increasing product demand. Committed to UKmanufacturing, the new facilitywill be an extension of our existing site in Chard, Somerset.

15 14 We continue to develop our environmental management systems and performance, committing to numerous initiatives and action groups to this cause. INITIATIVES Plastic Sector Climate Change Agreement We are committed to the Plastic Sector Climate Change Agreement. Through reviewing our processes and implementing efficiencies, we have achieved each ratio target to date. We are now working to reduce our energy even further with a new target of 3.8% by 2022, and 10% by the end of 2023. Committed to reducing plastic pellet loss to the environment, we have joined Operation Clean Sweep®. We monitor our progress through regular audits, adjusting our processes to prevent, contain and clean up plastic pellet spills efficiently. Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Independently audited in Summer 2019, we have implemented the recommendations proposed, including increased LED lighting, electric forklifts, VSDs on vacuums for rawmaterial and chilled water pumps. Electric Vehicle Fleet We are replacing our vehicle fleet with electric vehicles for our staff, as well as increasing the number of electric forklifts available on site. Dedicated Sustainability Team Our dedicated Sustainability Team oversees the implementation of sustainability initiatives across Numatic, driving the ambition for Net Zero by 2035. Initiatives 03 Processes

17 16 03 Processes SUPPLY CHAIN Supply Chain Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery We constantly audit our activities and suppliers in order to ensure that all forms of modern slavery are eliminated from our business and supply chain. Internally, we eradicate the risk of slavery and human trafficking through safeguards built into our operations; the knowledge and skills of our staff; and our strict policies and procedures. Externally, our Supply Chain Verification Programme ensures risk assessment according to a number of factors, including risk indices pertaining to human rights; the level of supply chain control; external governance factors; and levels of political stability. Supplier Engagement Despite challenges in travel over the last two years, we continue to engage with our suppliers regularly. Our teams undertake internal training and assess our Supplier Verification and Approval process, working with our supply base to further expand our use of sustainable materials. “ ” All suppliers are subject to rigorous checks through our Supply Chain Verification Programme. Our Supply Chain Teamworks with vendors at every point of contact to ensure that our stringent standards are met without exception. Suppliers are challenged on a regular basis, and failure to comply with any of our standards results in the material or component being sourced elsewhere. We are developing new and challenging standards for our vendors to measure and reduce sustainability impacts within our supply chain. Jane Beith Purchasing and Supply Chain Manager It is critical that we work continuously with our supply base to ensure conformance, and that we lead by example throughout the industry.

19 18 We continually review, refine and readjust our processes in order to increase efficiency and reduce our environmental impact. We work hard to ensure that we are responsible across all aspects of our business, in order to: GLOBAL COMPLIANCE 03 Processes • Meet or exceed the requirements of current legislative, regulatory and environmental codes of practice • Identify, reduce and dispose of waste arising from our operations in a manner that minimises harm to the environment and prevents pollution of land, air and water • Reduce the consumption of energy and water, and use renewable and / or recyclable resources wherever practicable • Design our products to have the minimum impact on the environment throughout the product lifecycle: material extraction, manufacture, use and end of life • Work with and encourage our suppliers and subcontractors to implement good environmental practices and procedures that support our own objectives and targets • Take responsibility for the maintenance and revision of our environmental policy Standards and Associations Associations & Partners Standards ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems ISO 14001 Environmental Management Make uk British Plastics Federation Industry Council for Electronic Equipment Recycling Major Energy Users’ Council Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Appliances Industrial Cleaning Machinery Manufacturers Association European Cleaning Machines Association International Sanitary Supply Association Allergy UK Cleaning and Hygiene Suppliers Association British Institute of Cleaning Science British Cleaning Council charity: water C Level Carbon Offsetting Partner

21 20 80% Lower Water Use For every purchase, Numatic will fund the equivalent of 5000L of water to projects around the world. WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH 5000L of Water to Projects Around the World Helping fund access to clean, safe water to communities that need it. Products PRODUCT FOCUS 04 We are committed to providing performance you can trust through reliable, efficient and sustainable products. We build products that deliver the complete cleaning solution and are built to last. Our extensive product ranges offer an answer to any cleaning need, for any user, anywhere. We understand that achieving the very best results from any product depends on users having access to high-quality support in how to use and maintain them. Through training, troubleshooting and technical support, including our Nu-Assist App, we provide support to users around the clock. Product Focus Low Energy, Sustainably Made, Unbeatable Performance Our ERP180 vacuum provides unbeatable performance with 30% reduction in energy consumption, whilst being built from sustainable materials. 30% Reduction in Energy Consumption 75% Made from up to 75% of the highest quality, recycled plastic* * Stated figure represents maximum use of recycled plastic in Eco ReFlo Vacuum Range, not including kits and accessories. Made from Recycled Plastic ReFlo Technology uses post-industrial plastics from the automotive industry, which are diverted from landfill or incineration. 98% Made from up to 98% of the highest quality, recycled plastic* Our ECO-Matic trolley range is engineered from the highest quality, recycled plastic. Designed, tested and engineered to last 25 years. * Stated figure represents maximum use of recycled plastic in ReFlo janitorial range, excluding kits and accessories.

23 22 Products 04 We believe no person should be without clean, safe, running water. That’s why, in partnership with charity: water, we are committed to helping run multiple projects a year to ensure those who need water the most, have access to it. To do this, we pledge that for every purchase of a 244NX, we will fund 5000L of water to communities that need it. WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Every 244NX funds 5000L of water to communities that need it. To find out more, visit: numatic.com/charitywater “ ” Our projects will make a real difference to communities. We’ll keep all of our customers up to date with details, progress and completion of each project. Our initial project will take place in Madagascar, receiving 100%of the donations. 785 million people live without clean water THAT'S ABOUT 1 IN 10 OF US 58%% of the population currently lack safe drinking water 22.8 Million do not have a decent toilet 8.5K of children under 5 die each year from diarrhoea For every purchase of a 244NX, Numatic will fund the equivalent of 5000L of water to projects around the world. Since 2021, we have donated 17.5 Million Litres of Water to Projects Around the World “ ”

25 24 Products SUSTAINABLE CONSUMABLES 04 Carbon offsetting global bag sales since 2020. We have partnered with a leading company in carbon offsetting innovation, C Level, to reduce our carbon footprint. Carbon Offsetting CommuniTree, Nicaragua For every tonne of CO2 being sequestered by the project, over 5 trees are planted. The running total now stands at over 10 million trees with 1.5 million tonnes of CO2 being drawn down to earth. It is the biggest reforestation programme in Nicaragua. WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Hadza Hunter Gatherers, Tanzania Protecting existing forests, working with tribes to protect their homelands from degradation and deforestation. The Hadza have lived in the valley for thousands of years. 320km2 of forest protected, an area the size of Dartmoor. Creating an annual CO2 benefit of 30,000 tonnes. ReFlo Bags - Coming 2023 A new addition to our range of high-efficiency, HepaFlo Bags, ReFlo Bags will be made from up to 80% of the highest-quality, recycled material. Since 2021, we have helped to plant 19,092 trees in Nicaragua Our offsetting has created 4,773 tonnes of CO2 drawn down to earth Offsetting Partner Project Made fromup to 80% recycled material Numatic are working with us to take things even further, with more Carbon Balancing and looking at long term future goals. Daren Howarth | CEO & Founder C Level | change culture not climate “ ”

27 26 As of 2019, we introduced ReFlo Technology to our VersaCare and CleanCare ranges, using the highest quality recycled plastic, delivering the same durability and quality as always. Our products are designed to be easily and economically serviced throughout their lifecycle. We commit to support every product we have ever made, since day one. As part of our commitment towards waste electrical and electronic equipment recycling (WEEE), we build products that are easy to disassemble and appropriate to recycle. Product Lifecycle Manufacturing Processes Easily Recycled Easily Replaceable Parts We have made over 15 million Henrys, most of which are still in use today. With tried, tested and trusted designs, ongoing innovations, and our commitment to developing sustainable cleaning solutions, our products are there whenever you need them, with the results that you need. Numatic products provide the complete cleaning solution, for any task, for any user, anywhere. From advanced filtration where you need it most, to our unique MopMatic system for highly effective infection control, to Henry Allergy approved to the highest standard by Allergy UK, our products are there, providing a cleaner, safer and healthier environment. Equipped with our highest efficiency motor yet, our sustainable Eco ReFlo Vacuum Range delivers a 30% reduction in energy consumption; providing the same professional, high-performance cleaning results you expect from a Numatic machine, while saving you money too. Robust & Durable High Efficiency Cleaner, Safer and Healthier Environment Products 04 PRODUCT LIFECYCLE

29 28 Alongside continued investment in products and infrastructure, Numatic is committed to developing and retaining a diverse, highly-skilled and enthusiastic workforce. Employing a team of over 1000 employees, we work hard to equip our staff with the skills they need to undertake, develop and progress in their roles. Apprenticeships We first started our apprenticeship programme over 20 years ago. Since then, we have invested in a wide-variety of programmes across the business, including: • Maintenance • Information Technology & Digital Services (IT & DS) • Production Engineering • Human Resources • Research & Development • Metal Weld/Fabrication • Injection Moulding • Business Administration • Marketing & Communications • Sales • Customer Service • Warehouse Programmes range from Level 2 Craft apprenticeships to full degree qualifications. We have also offered advanced apprenticeships in Polymer Science for Injection Moulding Machine Setters as well as Leadership and Management. Apprentices gain experience in a challenging yet rewarding role, achieving recognised qualifications. In turn, investing in apprenticeships enables us to strengthen our support teams, drive forward improvements and increase employee motivation. Investing in apprenticeships also helps us to address business continuity, particularly in roles where a very specific skill set is required. Through offering comprehensive and value-added apprenticeships, we invest in a highly-skilled workforce for generations to come. I now believe that an apprenticeship at Numatic is definitely the way to go, it has such a good working environment, and everyone is willing to help in everything I do! “ ” “ ” 100% of those that have successfully completed their apprenticeship with us have been offered a permanent position. People INVESTING IN OUR TEAM 05 Creative and Digital Media Apprentice of the year at Yeovil College was awarded to Hattie Cross from our Marketing & Communications Department. We are committed to a policy of equal opportunity and diversity in employment, recognising that it is essential in ensuring the continued success and growth of the business. We commit to select, recruit, train and promote the best candidates based on suitability for the job; to treat all employees and applicants fairly, regardless of race, sex, marital status, age, nationality, ethnic origin, religious belief, sexual orientation or disability; and to ensure that no employee suffers harassment or intimidation.

31 30 Company History: Over 50 Years of Professional Cleaning Introduction of the TwinTec Scrubber Dryer raised the standard of cleaning across the board Numatic moved to current manufacturing plant and HQ in Chard, Somerset First Wet and Dry machine introduced to the commercial market The first Henry… with his friendly face and professional features First Numatic vacuum cleaner, engineered for cleaning coal, oil and gas fired boilers New single disc floor machine offered professional hard-floor cleaning Subsidiary company established in The Netherlands Subsidiary company established in Switzerland Subsidiary company established in Portugal First cordless Henry offering total freedom of operation 15 million Henrys made and counting Numatic employs a team of over 1000 Subsidiary company established in Germany Numatic was founded in Crewkerne, Somerset 1969 Company Profile COMPANY HISTORY 06 1971 1973 1981 1990 1995 1993 2002 2004 2014 2015 2016 2022 Subsidiary company established in Spain 2018 2022 Subsidiary company established in Italy 2021 Introduction of 244NX Compact Scrubber Dryer 2020 Introduction of NX300 Pro Cordless Network 2019 Celebrated 50 years of Excellence Subsidiary company established in France Subsidiary company established in South Africa

33 32 Numatic HQ – Manufacturing long-lasting, sustainable cleaning equipment. Numatic HQ manufacturing plant, is located in Chard, Somerset, UK. Subsidiary companies are located in France, Germany, South Africa, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain and Italy. From these sites, we export our products to 86 countries across the world. We export our products to 86 countries across the world. “ ” Global Presence For illustrative purposes only Numatic HQ Somerset, UK Numatic France Numatic Netherlands Numatic Germany Numatic South Africa Numatic Portugal Numatic Switzerland Numatic Spain Numatic Italy Company Profile GLOBAL PRESENCE 06

35 34 PERFORMANCE You Can Trust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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