The Company reviewed the results of the Materiality Assessment with the independent consultant. Upon review, it was decided  to include the highest ranked materiality matter from the Environment pillar (Waste Management) to replace the lowest ranked  Social matter (Eliminating Child and Compulsory Labour) from among the 10 most material matters.

This decision was made on the basis that each of the EES pillars of sustainability should be given emphasis in the drive to achieve  sustainable development for TDM and its stakeholders.

Moving forward, the selection of these most material matters enable the Group to focus our sustainability efforts by allocating  resources to these areas for the greatest possible impact. The task ahead is to set key performance indicators for each of the  materiality matter, followed by action plans and initiatives to meet these targets.

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