The sustainability analysis reduces risks and maximizes potential
Do you want your business to help the world reach the 1.5 degree target? But are you unsure about what your company actually needs to change? The solution may be a sustainability analysis, where both your risks and your potential …
The life cycle analysis shows the climate impact and helps customers to make the right choice
Is buying new skis better for the environment than renting or borrowing? And what is the climate impact of the services I offer, such as ski rentals? You can get answers to these questions through a life cycle analysis, while at t…
Ovako’s endless recycling loop
At its Hofors steel mill, leading manufacturer of steel components Ovako produces the very cleanest steel using ingot casting in moulds. Remoulding recovers valuable alloying elements in an endless recycling loop.
Reduced food waste when the whole plant is used
We need to eat more greens and to make use of more of what we grow. Even though the entire cabbage plant is edible, currently only a small part finds its way to our plates – the rest is wasted.
How hazardous chemicals will be phased out
Every day, we are exposed to functional chemicals from the furniture in our homes and other products we use regularly. These chemicals fulfil an important function in the material, but may be harmful to humans and the environment.…
Figuring out the environmental impact of electric cars
How eco-friendly is an electric car compared to a fuel-efficient diesel car? And what impact does the manufacture of electric car batteries have on the environment? It can be confusing when buying a car to try to make an eco-smart…
Climate-smart concrete throughout the building process
In developing the tenant-owner association Viva in Gothenburg, Riksbyggen’s goal has been to create Sweden’s most innovative building project with a focus on sustainability. By thinking innovatively about concrete, they have ident…
New Swedish method a breakthrough in textile recycling
The Blend Re:wind separation process makes it possible to recycle mixed-textile clothing, for example cotton-polyester blends. The reclaimed fibres can then be used as new raw materials in existing textile manufacturing processes.…