Sustainability reporting

Orthex reports on sustainability annually as a part of Annual Reports. 

Orthex Annual and Sustainability Report 2022, is available on the corporate website.

In addition to annual sustainability report, Orthex also participates in a number of third-party sustainability reports and commitments.


External reports and commitments

Nasdaq ESG Transparency Partner

Orthex is certified Nasdaq ESG Transparency Partner. This certification is used by Nasdaq to show engagement in the market transparency and raising environmental standards. Sustainability is a core element in Orthex’s strategy and with this reporting to Nasdaq’s ESG Data Portal we want to provide quantifiable metrics on environmental, social and governance issues to the public and investors.


Orthex reports on risk management and management practices related to climate change in Climate Disclosure Project’s (CDP) climate change program annually. CDP is a non-profit organisation that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, and states to manage their environmental impacts. Read more on CDP Climate Change.

Science Based Targets 

Orthex’s near-term emissions reduction target is approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).

The international Science Based Targets initiative encourages companies to carry out their climate actions in accordance with the emissions reduction targets set out in the Paris Agreement. The Science Based Targets organisation comprises CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project), a platform for increasing transparency of carbon related disclosures, the UN Global Compact initiative, the World Resource Institute (WRI), and the environmental organisation WWF. 


Orthex achieved a silver level rating in its first EcoVadis ESG assessment in May 2023.

EcoVadis is a globally recognized assessment platform that rates businesses' sustainability based on four key categories: environmental impact, labor, and human rights standards, ethics, and procurement practices. The assessments are evidence-based and are refined into scorecards, providing scores from zero to one hundred (0-100) and, when applicable, medals (bronze, silver, gold). These scorecards also offer guidance on strengths and areas for improvement, which rated companies can use to enhance their sustainability efforts and develop corrective action plans to improve their sustainability performance.