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APPENDIX TO GRI TABLES

G4-54

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Calculate the ratio between the total annual compensation of the highest paid person in the organization in each country where the company is significantly active and the total average annual compensation of the entire staff (excluding the highest paid person) of the corresponding country

Ratio
Total Ferrovial 180.95
USA 8.45
Spain 18.38
Poland 20.66
United Kingdom 39.63

G4-55.

Calculate the ratio between the percent increase of the total annual compensation of the highest paid person in the organization in each country where the company is significantly active and the percent increase of the total average annual compensation of the entire staff (excluding the highest paid person) of the corresponding country.

In order to avoid distortions due to negative signs, the ratio is reported as a percentage difference between the increase in annual total compensation for the organization’s highest-paid individual and the median percentage increase in annual total compensation for all employees. However, this ratio may cause distortions as long as promotions/new hiring of the first executive of each country and multiannual compensation systems based on share performance are considered.

Ratio
Total Ferrovial 5.14%
USA 6.17%
Spain 19.23%
Poland 2.87%
United Kingdom 19.53%

G4-EN1.

Materials by weight, value and volume

20142013
Tropical timber (m3) 2.67 6.76
Timber of guranteed origin (%) 100.00 73.00
Paper (kg.) 596,291.12  828,631.00 
Timber (m3) 320,298.50 73,760.00
Asphalt (t) 890,000.00 2,074,705.00
Concrete (t) 7,747,000.00 7,001,862.00

G4-EN1

Materials by weight, value and volumen

20142013
Percentage of paper with FSC seal 38% 32%
Percentage of recycled paper 36% 40%

G4-EN3

Internal energy consumption

 20142013
Fuels used by stationary and mobile sources (total) (GJ)  Diesel 4,014,658.47 4,375,311,03
 Fuel oil 90,487.73 17,856,57
 Gasoline 326,871.24 314,437,24
NG 1,786,842.66 2,234,349,98
 LPG 969.86 4,277,35
 Propane 10,192.16 2,673,20
Consumption of energy acquired, by primary sources (GJ)  Coal 706,067 729,385
Diesel 121,260 124,347
 Gas 623,986 749,889
 Biomass 51,758 48,384
Waste 9,929 10,934
Other 346,847 349,147
Electricity consumption from non-renewable sources (kWh) Services 62,882,917.84 73,677,253,00
Construction 139,870,131.36 143,157,389,36
Toll Roads 30,517,690.86 28,302,112,88
Corporate 1,231,267.00 1,344,562,00
Electricity consumption from renewable sources (Kwh) Services 25,797,308.00 18,524,301,70
Construction 13,462,171.00 38,007,908,80
Toll Roads 0.00 0,00
Corporate 0.00 0,00

Energy produced (GJ)

201420132012
Electricity produced by biogas recovery 482,034 520,751 493,857
Thermal energy produced by biogas recovery 136,964 187,632 134,060
Electricity generated at water treatment plants 114,192 106,124 23,494
Electricity generated at thermal sludge drying plants 13,617 142,376 264,626
Total 746,808 956,883 916,037

G4-EN10

Percentage and total volume of water recycled and reused

20142013
Consumption of reused water (m3) 3,143.717,00 3,322.274,00

G4-EN19.

Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions 

201420132012 
Emissions avoided by sorting and biogas capture
Greenhouse gas avoided by sorting (t CO2eq) 491,507 338,093 343,907
Greenhouse gas avoided by biogas capture (t CO2eq) 953,942; 935,316 628,857
Emissions avoided through power generation
In landfills (t CO2eq) 40,932 45,563 43,394
At water treatmet plats (t CO2eq) 10,332 20,624 23,913
Emissions prevented by pruchasing electricity from renewable sources 
Electricity bought from third parties (t CO2eq) 17,338 20,379 12,938
Total  1,514,051 1,359,976 1,053,009

EN20.

Emissions fo ozone depleting substances

   
Use of coolants (kg) FM 100 HFC227ea R22  R407C   R4104
Amey  2.00 9.00   8.00 3.00
Ferrovial      138.00 3.02 4.45

EN21.

NOx, SOx y and other significant atmospheric emissions
Emissions from boilers
NOx (Tn) 122.95
CO (TN)   49.03
COVNM (Tn)   12.07
SOx (TN)   167.26
Particles (Tn) 32.87
Emissions caused by motor vehicles
CO (TN)   1,247.26
COVNM (Tn)  164.89
NOx (TN)  749.72
Particles (Tn) 94.69
Emissions caused by electricity
NOx (Tn) 20.03
CO (TN)  8.44
COVNM (Tn)  0.15
SOx (TN)  29.58
Particles (Tn) 1.68
Emissions caused by mobile equipment used in construction works
CO (g/kg)  2,165.32
COVNM (g/kg)  273.73
NOx (g/kg)  1,801.88
Particles (g/kg) 119.54

G4-EN23.

Total weighting of waste by type and treatment method

20142013
Waste produced from construction and demolition 1,182,554.78 10,882,869.00
Total soil from excavation 9,446,621.55 20,199,553.00
Topsoil reused 989,773.00 12,910.00
Material sent to landfill outside the worksite 1,751,227.88 3,102,299.00
Materials reused at worksite  6,176,211.39 6,812,610.00
Materials sent to other worksite or authorized landfill  6,830,360.30 5,375,738.00

G4-EN27.

Degree of mitigation of the the environmental impact hd by products and services CRE8. Type and number of certifications. classifications and labelling systems regarding the sustainability of new constructions. management. occupation and reconstruction.

Over 2014 work was performed on the following energy certified projects:

   Description Certification
Tres Cantos Homes Leed
La Coruña Disashop office Leed Silver
Tres Cantos BBVA DPC Leed Plata

LA1.

Number and rate of hirings and average employee rotation. Broken down by age group, gender and region

The total number of new hires in 2014 stood at 16.913. which corresponds to a total hiring rate of 24% of the workforce as of the year-end, The breakdown by gender and age group is as follows:

  Men Women
Under 30 4,49% 1,96%
Between 30 and 45 6,71% 3,06%
Over 45 5,27% 2,99%