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Credible Actions and Global Solutions
In the face of critical global challenges, such as pollution, resource scarcity and climate change, we are actively committed to making a difference. We have taken a proactive stance toward environmental issues, consistently evolving our approach to enhance our initiatives. Our Board plays a pivotal role by overseeing our sustainability and risk management strategy, including our environmental initiatives. Our operations and facilities are subject to many federal, state, local and foreign environmental laws and regulations. We proactively monitor relevant environmental laws and regulations that impact or have the potential to affect our business, including our operating units.
Our Stewardship
Our corporate-wide environmental policy serves as our guiding framework for addressing critical environmental issues, such as energy consumption, GHG emissions management, water conservation, energy efficiency and management of waste and hazardous materials. We continue to prioritize initiatives aimed at reducing our energy consumption and GHG emissions. We have an established science-aligned GHG emission target to reduce our absolute Scope 1 and Scope 2 GHG emissions by at least 50% by 2031. Looking ahead, we plan to continue focusing on energy-efficient solutions, green power procurement and other environmental initiatives, prioritizing technological feasibility, economic viability and industry best practices. As part of their regular business operations, our operating units have consistently integrated sustainability initiatives into their productivity decisions, a commitment that has become more pronounced as we advance toward our GHG emission reduction goal. Additionally, TransDigm has made substantial investments in green projects across our operating units, with a particular focus on increasing energy efficiency. Recent operating unit and TransDigm-funded projects include solar panel installations, LED lighting upgrades, HVAC system replacements and other energy conservation upgrades. TransDigm is fully committed to assisting our operating units as they work to reduce their GHG emissions and minimize their environmental footprints. Looking into 2024, multiple operating units have energy conservation projects planned or already in the works.
Efforts to Reduce Energy Usage
Many of our facilities have replaced heating and/or air conditioning units with higher efficiency units and installed air compressor systems, as well as energy efficient manufacturing equipment. Several of our facilities have also recently installed energy efficient windows, stucco coatings, improved insulation and/or programmable thermostats to reduce heating/cooling costs.
The vast majority of our operating units use motion-sensing LED lights to reduce energy usage. Our operating units use a variety of renewable energy sources including hydropower, solar, nuclear, and wind power. We also employ shutdown procedures for portions of facilities in low occupancy or usage areas, reduce the number of work shifts, and conduct energy audits to identify opportunities to reduce energy consumption.
Company-Wide Efforts to Reduce Energy and Water Usage

Use Low-Phosphorus Detergent

Separate Oil & Water to Eliminate Oil Waste

Deploy Activated Carbon Filtration

Water Reduction Programs

Manage & Reduce Waste Streams

Reduce Waste Through Recycling

Energy Audits to ID Opportunities

Use of Renewable Energy Sources

Our Carbon Footprint
We are dedicated to lowering our GHG emissions and conserving energy, as exemplified by our ambitious GHG emission target—a 50% absolute reduction in Scope 1 and Scope 2 GHG emissions by 2031. Our manufacturing processes primarily involve light manufacturing and assembly, with limited heavy manufacturing. Additionally, we predominantly utilize commercial shipping services rather than maintaining a fleet of company-owned vehicles for product distribution. Given our global customer base and the nature of our products, which often entail small shipping volumes, our Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions remain relatively low. In FY 2023, our combined Scope 1 and Scope 2 GHG emissions decreased by about 6% as compared to our revised FY 2019 baseline as described below. The majority of our GHG emissions result from electricity consumption and the combustion of natural gas. We continue to refine our approach and make corrections as needed to ensure consistency and accuracy across our metrics. For more information and details please download our stakeholder report.
Our Progress
2023 Nat Gas
2023 Water Consumption
2023 Electricity
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