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Environmental

Greenhouse Gas Emissions


2019
2020
2021
Scope 1 Regional GHG Emissions (metric tons CO2e)
North America Region
246,474
199,536
171,120
Latin America
21,791
20,877
45,796
Europe, the Middle East and Africa
29,052
41,789
31,005
Asia Pacific
16,760
14,084
9,711
Scope 2 Regional GHG Emissions (metric tons CO2e)
North America
121,483
109,500
101,406
Latin America
11,496
10,080
13,375
Europe, the Middle East and Africa
5,561
4,984
4,233
Asia Pacific
16,133
14,643
18,250
Scope 1 and 2 GHG Emissions Breakdown (metric tons CO2e)​
Total Scope 1 GHG emissions
314,077
276,285
257,632
Emissions from fuels used in manufacturing
48,417
44,192
46,533
Emissions from fuels used in service vehicles
63,950
58,158
60,814
Emissions from refrigerant leaks in manufacturing processes and cooling equipment
198,481
171,389
147,754
Fugitive volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from manufacturing processes
3,228
2,546
2,531
Biogenic emissions (mtCO2e)
0
0
0
Total Scope 2 location-based GHG emissions (metric tons CO2e)
154,646
139,207
137,264
Total Scope 1 and 2 location-based GHG emissions (metric tons CO2e)
468,723
415,493
394,896
Normalized total Scope 1 and 2 location-based GHG emissions (metric tons CO2e/USD)
36
33
28
Reduction in absolute Scope 1 and 2 location-based GHG emissions from 2019 baseline (metric tons CO2e)
-
53,230
73,826
Reduction of GHG emissions intensity, including locaton-based Scope 2 emissions, from a 2019 baseline (metric tons/USD)
-
2.49
7.91
GHG intensity ration for the organization
32
28
23
Scope 2 Adjusted Emissions (metric tons CO2e)
Total unadjusted location-based Scope 2 GHG emissions
143,525
132,845
132,877
Avoided GHG emissions from electricity generated by on‑site solar/photovoltaic systems
2,299
1,992
2,077
Avoided GHG emissions from purchased or supplier-provided RECs
1,244
4,381
20,857
Avoided GHG emissions from VPPA renewable energy credits
29,299
51,584
48,857
Total avoided GHG emissions from renewable energy
32,841
57,957
71,791
Total adjusted market-based Scope 2 GHG emissions
110,683
74,888
61,086
Total Scope 1 and 2 absolute market-based GHG emissions
424,760
351,173
318,718
Reduction in Scope 2 GHG emissions by renewable energy since 2019
23%
44%
54%
Reduction in total Scope 1 and Scope 2 GHG emissions by renewable energy
7%
14%
18%
Percent reduction in absolute Scope 1 and 2 market-based GHG emissions from 2019 baseline
-
17%
25%
Scope 3 GHG Emissions (metric tons CO2e)
Product Use (assured)
365 million
331 million
366 million
Business Travel (assured)
30,340
3,788
1,895
Upstream leased assets (estimate)
67,000
65,613
63,141
Upstream and downstream distribution and transportation (estimate)
135,628
136,434
98,245
Other Air Emissions (metric tons)
NOx
102.51
92.93
97.76
SOx
6.64
5.43
5.57
Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emissions
269.03
212.13
210.94

Energy


2019
2020
2021
Absolute Energy Use (billion KJ)
Direct (fuel use)
1,880
1,710
1,806
Natural gas
783
752
786
Gasoline
791
713
763
Diesel
217
191
183
Propane
61
48
52
Solar electricity generated and used
9.5
8.9
9.4
Aviation fuel
17.7
6.9
12.2
Indirect (electricity)
1,158
1,091
1,139
Total Energy Consumption
3,037
2,811
2,945
Normalized energy use (billion kJ/million USD)
0.2323
0.2257
0.2083
Energy Consumption and Sales (billion kJ)​
Total electricity consumption
1,158
1,091
1,139
Total heating consumption
783
752
786
Total cooling consumption
0
0
0
Total steam consumption
0
0
0
Total electricity sold
0.94
1.43
0.89
Total heating sold
0
0
0
Total cooling sold
0
0
0
Total steam sold
0
0
0
Reduction in energy consumption achieved as a direct result of conservation and efficiency initiatives
2.49
25.2
22.7
Renewable Energy Data​
Renewable energy generated (billion kJ)
23.06
22.40
23.17
Renewable energy generated and sold to grid (billion kJ)
0.94
1.43
0.89
Renewable energy generated and used (billion kJ)
9.48
8.91
9.44
Renewable energy purchased (billion kJ)
234.99
450.86
574.10
Percentage grid electricity
79%
58%
49%
Percentage renewable electricity
21%
42%
51%
Number of RE100-compliant sites
-
15
20
Reduction in Scope 2 GHG emissions by renewable energy from a 2019 baseline
23%
44%
54%

Trane Technologies Renewable Energy Sources

Project
Location
Type
Estimated Annual Production
REC Treatment
Trenton Solar Project
Trenton, New Jersey, USA
On-Site Solar PV
1,994 MWh
Utility owns REC1
Columbia Solar Project
Columbia, South Carolina, USA
On-Site Solar PV
1,575 MWh
Utility owns REC1
Taicang Solar Project
Taicang, China
On-Site Solar PV
2,622 MWh
Company owns renewable energy attributes from 100% of generation
Seymour Hill Wind Farm VPPA
Northern Texas, USA
Wind VPPA
105,892 MWh
Company owns and retires RECs
Use of Zero Carbon Electricity
Bari, Italy; Galway & Shannon, Ireland; Essen, Germany
Direct supply of 100% renewable electricity by local power provider
5,072 MWh
-
Vendor Provides RECs or GOs
Barcelona, Spain; Hastings, NE, USA; Prague ETC & Kolin, Czech Republic; Tyler, TX, USA
Power company purchases and retires RECs/Guarentees of Origin (GO) for a portion or 100% of Trane Technologies electricity
44,965 MWh
Power provider retires RECs/GOs on behalf of Trane Technologies

1. The RECs from this project are owned by the utilities. We purchase replacement RECs, equal to the amount of solar generated by the PV system, from other renewable energy facilities in the U.S.

Waste


2019
2020
2021
Waste Generated (metric tons)
Total hazardous waste generated
1,008
874
1,043
Total non-hazardous waste generated
32,569
30,490
31,826
Total waste generated
33,577
31,364
32,869
Total solid waste generated
10,521
8,798
6,859
Reduction in solid waste generated from a 2019 baseline
-
16%
35%
Normalized hazardous waste (metric tons/million USD)
0.0771
0.0701
0.0738
Normalized non-hazardous waste (metric tons/million USD)
2.49
2.45
2.25
Number of sites that achieved zero waste to landfill by year-end
14
17
22
Waste Disposal (metric tons)​
Non-hazardous waste to landfill
5,564
6,143
4,249
Non-hazardous waste recycled
23,055
22,565
26,011
Normalized non-hazardous waste to landfill (metric tons/million USD)
0.43
0.49
0.30
Normalized non-hazardous waste recycled (metric tons/million USD)
1.76
1.81
1.84
Packaging Data​
Emissions avoided from returnable packaging projects (metric tons CO2e)
>1,000
>22
415.5
Solid waste avoided from returnable packaging projects (metric tons)
>1,000
>200
1,360

Water


2019
2020
2021
Water use (million cubic meters)
2.94
2.78
2.90
Normalized water use (cubic meters/million USD)
225
233
205
Percent of total water use at sites in areas of high to extremely high water stress
10%
8%
8%
Wastewater used in water stressed locations (cubic meters)
295,381
226,368
242,512
Reduction in water use in water-stressed regions from 2019 baseline
-
23%
18%
Trane Technologies sites in areas of high to extremely high water-stress
15
14
14
Wastewater permit exceedances
2
1
3

Social

Global Workforce

Global Workforce

Location
Employee Type
Female
Male
Grand Total
Asia Pacific
Hourly
7.6%
64
92.4%
782
846
Salaried
24.1%
1,159
75.9%
3,641
4,800
EMEA
Hourly
5.3%
126
94.5%
2,145
2,271
Salaried
28.6%
616
71.4%
1,539
2,155
Americas
Hourly
25.6%
3,698
74.4%
10,768
14,466
Salaried
30.6%
3,599
69.4%
8,169
11,768
Total
Hourly
22.1%
3,888
77.9%
13,695
17,583
Salaried
28.7%
5,374
71.3%
13,349
18,723

New Employee Hires

Category
2019
2020
2021
Total new hires
-
3,837
7,321
Women (global)
-
31.1%
29.2%
Salaried
-
34.5%
35.0%
Hourly
-
29.6%
25.6%
Management
-
31.5%
32.6%
Leadership
-
26.3%
52.0%
Racially & ethnically diverse overall (U.S.)1
-
47.9%
44.2%
Salaried
-
23.5%
25.5%
Hourly
-
57.8%
54.1%

1 Classified into five minimum categories by the US Census: White, Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

Gender Diversity Data


2019
2020
2021

Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Governance body (Executive Leadership Team)
33.3%
66.7%
12.5%
87.5%
13.3%
86.7%
Leadership positions (director level, vice president and above)
24.6%
75.4%
21.7%
78.3%
24.6%
75.4%
All management positions (all levels of management)
-
-
21.8%
78.2%
23.1%
76.9%
Workforced
24.3%
75.7%
25.3%
74.7%
25.5%
74.5%

Racial & Ethnic Diversity Data


2019
2020
2021
Racially & Ethnically Diverse1 (US) Overall
-
36%
36%
Salaried
-
18%
18%
Hourly
-
51%
52%
Promotion rates (overall)
-
4%
7%
Women
-
6%
8%
Men
-
4%
6%
Racially & ethnically diverse (US)
-
6%
7%
White
-
5%
8%
Members of our board of directors: women
-
5
5
Members of our board of directors: men
-
8
7

1 Classified into five minimum categories by the US Census: White, Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

Global Workforce Data


2019
2020
2021
Full-time employees
47,178
34,646
36,434
Contractors
3,164
3,108
3,123
Key talent retention rate
96.1%
97.2%
94.6%

Company Culture

Employee Engagement Survey Results

Topic
2019
2020
2021
Diversity and Inclusion Index
-
76
76
Sustainability Index
-
79
79
Average Employee Engagement Survey score
-
80
79
Participation rate
-
90%
89%

U.S. Parental Leave Data


2019
2020
2021

Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Employees who were entitled to parental leave
4,709
13,725
4,625
11,934
4,978
12,841
Employees who took parental leave
130
312
106
253
119
263
Employees who returned to work
124
306
102
247
1121
2581
Return to work rate
95%
98%
96.2%
97.6%
94.1%
98.1%
Employees who returned to work and were still employed after 12 months
86%
91%
86.9%
89.9%
78.3%2
84.2%2

1 Completed benefits in 2021 and were still employed 30 days after completing benefits.

2 Completed benefits in 2020 and were still employed 12 months after completing benefits.

Corporate Citizenship

Employee & Community Engagement Data


2019
2020
2021
Percent of employees globally who volunteered in community or sustainability initiatives
36%
49%
31%
Volunteer participants
17,044
15,811
10,748
Hours volunteered
31,682
20,559
30,041
Value of employee volunteering time during paid working hours
$805,673
$548,284
$784,371

Global Contributions 


2019
2020
2021
Charitable fundraising
$1,007,855
$3,170,136
$1,692,459
Charitable contributions
$1,818,910
$1,048,499
$2,235,053
In-kind giving
$415,502
$969,319
$1,442,378
Administrative overheads
$150,407
$88,893
$103,709
Trane Technologies Foundation donations to community partners
$5,455,080
$5,108,779
$5,214,266
Total philanthropic giving
$9,653,427
$10,933,910
$11,472,236
Percent increase year over year in philanthropic giving
-
13%
5%

Learning & Development

Average Number of Learning & Development Hours


2019
2020
2021
All employees
8
14
11.2
Salaried employees
9
-
18.2
Hourly employees
6
-
3.5

Occupational Health & Safety


2019
2020
2021
Total recordable incident rate (per 200,000 hours worked)1
0.86
0.80
0.95
Lost time incident rate (per 200,000 hours worked)2
0.10
0.08
0.10
Employee lost time frequency rate (per million hours worked)
0.10
0.08
0.09
Contractor lost-time frequency rate (per million hours worked)
0.11
0.05
0.23
Employee occupational illness frequency rate (per million hours worked)
0
0
0
Work-related fatalities
0
0
0
Total hours worked (among employees and supervised employee contractors)
79,229,015
72,715,458
76,124,615
Number of Lost time Incidents per million hours worked
0.52
0.41
0.51

1 (recordable injuries x 200,000) / total hours worked by employees

2 (recordable injuries resulting in lost work time x 200,000) / total hours worked by employees

Human Rights


2019
2020
2021
Salaried employees trained on anti-harassment (U.S.)
100%
100%
100%
Employees able to access anti-harassment policy
100%
100%
100%
Salaried employees trained on anti-corruption (U.S.)
100%
100%
100%

Supplier Diversity


2019
2020
2021
Supplier diversity score1
-
4.25
4.25
Number of diverse suppliers added
-
103
71
Diverse-owned business spend
$532 million
$380.4 million
$435.1 million
Percent of spend with diverse-owned businesses
-
6%
6.8%
Percent increase in diverse-owned business spend
-
11.1%
14.3%
Diverse-owned business spend since inception of program in 2013
>$2.6 billion
>$3 billion
>$3.4 billion
Percent of spend with women-owned businesses
-
3.8%
4.1%
Percent increase in women-owned business spend
-
18.8%
15.4%

1 We measure our program against the National Minority Supplier Development Council’s eight best practices. Scores are 0 to 5. 

Governance

Public Policy

Lobbying Expenditures


2019
2020
2021
Total monetary value of Trane Technologies’ financial and in-kind lobbying contributions made directly and indirectly by the organization.
$680,370
$632,680
$804,508
Employee contributions to Trane Technologies’ political action committee (U.S. Only)
$27,658
$22,056
$15,284

Products & Innovation

Cicularity: Product Life Cycle & Materials


2019
2020
2021
Product Life Cycle Data​
New product development projects generated or improved by the PDP
-
194
181
Avoided emissions from refrigerant reclaimation program (metric tons CO2e)
157,370
174,241
197,056
Materials Data​
Percentage of recycled input materials used to manufacture the organization’s primary products and services
-
-
44%
Revenue from remanufactured products and remanufacturing services
-
-
$100 million

Energy Efficient & Low Emissions Products


2019
2020
2021
Clean Revenue percentage1
25%
30%
35%
Percentage of eligible products, by revenue, that meet Energy Star® criteria
35% of shipment
53% of residential revenue
41% of revenue from Residential Furnaces and Residential & Light Commercial Central Air-conditioners and Heat Pumps
Revenue from renewable energy-related and energy efficiency-related products
25% of product & revenue contribute to clean energy transition
30% of products & revenue contribute to clean energy transition
Approximately 35% revenue from products and services that contribute to the clean energy transition
Projects meeting or exceeding quality, design, and cost goals
-
85%
>85%

1 This is an estimation of the percentage of revenue Trane Technologies defines as Clean Revenue.

Technology & Innovation


2019
2020
2021
Average revenue from innovation
18.6%
20.5%
20.5%
Percent of sales revenue focused on Indoor Air Quality
-
-
2%
Research and Development Spend
$236 million
$165 million
$193 million
Business development spend
-
-
$300 million
New products and services launched
-
54
62
New patent filings
-
-
>145

Supply Chain Transparency


2019
2020
2021
Supplier Data
Number of Trane Technologies suppliers across the globe
-
15,467
25,000
Combined annual spend for direct and indirect commodities
$10.2 billion
$8.25 billion
$8.6 billion
Direct spend with preferred suppliers
42%
34.7%
35%
Preferred suppliers enrolled in ESG reporting platform
-
-
100%
Supplier Risk Assessment Data
Total number of suppliers audited for sustainability and business risks through On‑Site Assessment (OSA) audits over three years
-
1,500
1,600
Direct material spend subject to On-Site Assessments
86%
69%1
93%
Direct material spend assessed on a quarterly basis for risk
100%
100%
100%
Percentage of new suppliers that were screened using environmental and social criteria
-
-
100%
Number of suppliers assessed for environmental and social impacts
501
321
209
Number of suppliers identified as having significant actual and potential negative environmental or social impacts
0
0
0
Significant actual and potential negative environmental or social impacts identified in the supply chain
-
0
0
Percentage of suppliers identified as having significant actual and potential negative environmental or social impacts with which improvements were agreed upon as a result of assessment
-
0%
0%
Percentage of suppliers identified as having significant actual and potential negative environmental or social impacts with which relationships were terminated as a result of assessment
-
0%
0%
Logistics Data​
Reduction in dwell time in North America
-
-
50%
Reduction in empty truck miles drivin through Dedicated Carrier Program
-
-
16%
Emissions avoided through Dedicated Carrier Program (metric tons CO2e)
-
-
211.36

1Due to COVID, we were unable to go on-site to conduct many of the planned OSAs.