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CONTENTS LETTER FROM LETTER FROM SUSTAINABILITY 2025 SUSTAINABILITY SUSTAINABILITY DRIVING SOCIAL HELPING PRESERVING NOEL WALLACE ANN TRACY HIGHLIGHTS SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT GOVERNANCE IMPACT MILLIONS OF OUR STRATEGY HOMES ENVIRONMENT Stakeholders Method of Engagement Non-governmental associations Direct inquiries and feedback on an ongoing basis, virtual and in-person meetings, participation in boards, advisory councils and partnership programs and reporting and disclosure expectations. Industry trade associations Ongoing participation in sustainability steering and working groups. Local communities and Direct inquiries and feedback, virtual and in-person meetings and engagement with local communities and schools, including through our Bright Smiles, Bright Futures oral health community groups education program. Media Direct inquiries and feedback. About This Report We recognize that transparency is important, and thus, this report provides sustainability information relevant to a broad range of stakeholders, including consumers, customers, investors, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and our own employees. We acknowledge the importance of data verification and obtain third-party assurance for our primary environmental and social key performance indicators (KPIs): percentage of products with an improved sustainability profile, number of TRUE Zero Waste certified sites, manufacturing carbon reduction per ton (of production), manufacturing energy reduction per ton (of production), manufacturing water consumption per ton (of production), waste-to-landfill per ton (of production), outbound logistics carbon per ton (of goods shipped), number of hours worked, number of lost-time incidents, number of recordable incidents and number of occupational fatalities. 2021 SUSTAINABILITY AND SOCIAL IMPACT REPORT PAGE 14

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