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FY20 Performance Highlights

biffa performance results graphs

1. For technical terms and abbreviations please refer to the glossary on pages 161 to 162 in Biffa Annual Report 2020.

2. The impact of IFRS 16 on FY20 results has been to increase Underlying EBITDA by £18.9m, Underlying Operating Profit by £2.8m, reduce Profit after Tax by £1.1m and Underlying EPS by 0.5p. Net Debt has increased by £141m. The impact on leverage is 0.6x.

3. Lost time injury rate refers to the number of lost time injuries relative to the number of employees calculated over a specified time period.

4. Our total energy generated reduced as we diverted less waste to landfill resulting in less landfill gas (which we use to generate energy).