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  • Code of Conduct :: Nordkalk
    position within the company We comply with recognized international labor standards as defined by ILO and UN Global Compact covering human rights labor the environment and anticorruption We do not under any circumstances accept child or forced labor at any of our operations or activities We do not tolerate corruption or bribery Human Resources We take responsibility for our own and our colleague s health and safety by following our internal Health and Safety Guidelines We are continually improving the health safety and security of our employees visitors and other people impacted by our operations We report safety observations and share best practice proactively within the company and industry We encourage our employees to engage in their own personal and professional development and growth The employee shall always be aware of their role and authority in the company All employees with managerial duties are required to actively and purposefully promote a leadership culture that is in accordance with our values and the spirit of this Code Environment We use natural resources such as stone water and energy in the production and therefore our activities inevitably affect the environment We endeavor to limit the negative impacts on the environment derived from our activities by using the best available methods and techniques By means of continuous improvement we strive to minimize our negative impact on soil water air and biodiversity We also strive at reducing noise dust and vibration generated from our activities We comply with environmental legislation and strive to outperform the demands set by the legislation We place a high value on the relationship with people and the local communities where we act and where our activity has an impact and strive to have good communication with the communities and local and national authorities Our aim is to be able

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  • Management Team :: Nordkalk
    Contact Nordkalk Nordkalk Corporation COMPANY Management Team Management Team CEO Jarkko Kaplin b 1967 M Sc Eng Employed by the company since 2012 Chief Finance Officer Marcel Gestranius b 1969 M Sc Employed by the company since 1998 Chief Commercial Officer Tomas Eriksson b 1968 M Sc Chem Eng Employed by the company since 2016 Chief Human Resources Officer Taru Ämmälä b 1978 M Sc Econ Employed by the company

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  • Board of Directors :: Nordkalk
    agriculture and environmental care Company Values Mission Vision Code of Conduct Management Team Board of Directors Owners Auditors Locations History Environment BSAG and Fostop Project Born Certificates Logistics Road transports Rail transports Contact Nordkalk Nordkalk Corporation COMPANY Board of Directors Board of Directors Members Chairman of the Board Tomas von Rettig b 1980 BBA and CEFA President CEO Rettig Group Ltd Jarmo Ellmén b 1953 Group Treasurer Rettig Group Ltd

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  • Owners :: Nordkalk
    solutions for industry agriculture and environmental care Company Values Mission Vision Code of Conduct Management Team Board of Directors Owners Auditors Locations History Environment BSAG and Fostop Project Born Certificates Logistics Road transports Rail transports Contact Nordkalk Nordkalk Corporation COMPANY

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  • Auditors :: Nordkalk
    agriculture and environmental care Company Values Mission Vision Code of Conduct Management Team Board of Directors Owners Auditors Locations History Environment BSAG and Fostop Project Born Certificates Logistics Road transports Rail transports Contact Nordkalk Nordkalk Corporation COMPANY Owners Auditors Auditors

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  • History :: Nordkalk
    the quarries in Siikainen and Vampula came into the picture In the early 1980s two important decisions were taken each one of these was to play a major role for the future The largest deposit of limestone in the Nordic countries Storugns on the island of Gotland in Sweden was incorporated into Partek s operations through the setting up of a joint venture with Euroc Mineral In 1978 Pargas Kalk changed its name into Partek At the same time another joint venture was started with the Swiss company Plüss Staufer and Ruskealan Marmori in Finland 1980s Leading producer in the Nordic region In the mid 1980s Partek s lime operations had grown so strong that Partek made its goal to become the leading producer of limestone based products in the Nordic region The lime business was turned into an independent company Nordkalk Oy Ab in August 1991 Through acquisitions of Ruskealan Marmori in 1988 Euroc Mineral in 1990 and Lohja Oy s mineral operations in 1992 Partek s subsidiary Nordkalk gained a leading position in Finland and Sweden The company s excellent organic growth in the paper and steel industries in the middle of the 1990s led to further expansion 1990s Leading producer around the Baltic Sea Nordkalk s new strategy was formulated in 1995 it is to be the leading producer of limestone in the countries bordering the Baltic Sea Now the Baltic countries also entered the scene in Estonia a limestone quarry and a dolomite quarry were purchased and in 1998 Nordkalk took over the leading Estonian producer of burnt lime Rakke Lubjatehase AS In 1996 Nordkalk acquired Rautaruukki s lime burning operations in Raahe and in 1997 SSAB Tunnplåt in Sweden This may be seen as proof of the confidence Nordkalk enjoys as a manufacturer of lime for the steel industry Nordkalk started its expansion in Poland and opened its first branch office in Gdansk in 1997 The company was named Partek Nordkalk Polska Sp z o o The following year the company s headquarters was established in Warszaw In 1999 a lime plant and a deposit were acquired in Slawno about 120 km south east of Warsaw 2000 Leading producer in Northern Europe In the new millenium Nordkalk has continued to strengthen its position on the European market through several investments in Poland In Szczecin in northern Poland a new grinding plant was brought into use in the beginning of year 2000 It supplies ground limestone for flue gas cleaning in power plants and asphalt filler for the near by markets In June 2000 Nordkalk acquired 80 percent of the shares of the limestone company Miedzianka in southern Poland Nordkalk Miedzianka S A of which Nordkalk currently owns 96 includes one of the largest limestone deposits in the country Later on Nordkalk has acquired all the shares of Miedzianka and on 1 March 2005 all the activities in Poland were merged to the company Nordkalk Sp z o o The deposit of Wolica in southern Poland

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  • Environment :: Nordkalk
    products that are used in environmental care both for preventing environmental problems from arising and for solving them Nordkalk s products can be used for among other things adjustment of pH in water treatment processes neutralization of industrial flue gases reducing phosphorus leakage from fields into waterways The environmental impacts of Nordkalk s operations are continuously monitored and evaluated in accordance with the company s operating guidelines which cover the whole of Nordkalk The obligation to pay attention to environmental impacts is part of the annual strategic planning and products and manufacturing methods are being developed with the aim of reducing the environmental impacts of quarrying and processing to a minimum Nordkalk has defined major environmental aspects the targets set for proactive and protective measures means how to reach the targets and to monitor their implementation The aim is continuous improvement and the environmental work is monitored by regular audits The purpose of the audits is also to ensure that the operating policy is followed and the set targets are achieved Since 1996 Nordkalk has published annual environmental reports or sustainability reports Major environmental targets are Reduce emissions into air and water Reduced energy consumption Increased use of alternative fuels

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  • BSAG and Fostop :: Nordkalk
    the Baltic Sea Best way to help the Baltic Sea is by concrete actions BSAG functions as a link between the businesses and helping the Baltic Sea It is BSAG s philosophy that everyone can help the Baltic Sea by doing what they can best concrete actions based on one s own activities knowhow and recourses Nordkalk s area of expertise is producing limestone based products to be used e g in environmental care and agriculture FOSTOP concept has been developed in Finland and Sweden The full scale projects started in Sweden act as a pilot for both the concept and Nordkalk s BSAG commitment Based on the experimental results in Finland and Sweden tailor made applications of the FOSTOP concept will be launched in the other countries surrounding the Baltic Sea The FOSTOP concept Nordkalk has developed FOSTOP concept to reduce the burden on the Baltic Sea The concept consists of FOSTOP Structure FOSTOP Drains FOSTOP Sludge FOSTOP Filters and FOSTOP Sediment One of the Baltic Sea s biggest problems is eutrophication caused by nitrogen and phosphorus overloads The most significant source of the nutrient burden is agriculture In order to efficiently prevent eutrophication the amount of nutrient leakage into the watercourses must be reduced Especially the coastal waters will benefit from reduced agricultural emissions FOSTOP Structure prevents phosphorus leaching into watercourses by changing the soil structure and increasing water permeability The lime products used are CaO LKD different mixtures active CaO needed FOSTOP Drains Lime with active CaO is mixed into the backfill of subsurface drains in clayey soil areas with low water permeability Phosphor is captured in the backfilling by filtration of suspended solids and by chemical precipitation of phosphates Product used Quicklime FOSTOP Sludge Stabilisation hygienization of sewage sludge from municipal waste water treatment plants and

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