At Chr. Hansen, waste is being collected and recycled to create new resources as never before. In just five years, recycling of secondary waste fractions has increased from 18% to 50%.
The 5th season of MasterChef, the world's largest food programme and amateur cocktail competition produced by Endemol Shine Finland, was filmed in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area in summer and autumn 2017. Stena acted as waste management and recycling partner for the program.
Marioff Corporation Oy is a Finnish pioneer in water mist suppression technology that supplies sprinkler systems worldwide.
Stena Recycling and nemlig.com are introducing a new trail-blazing partnership in the field of plastics that will ensure the re-use of millions of plastic bags every year.
With smart environmental work, Plastal has increased the recycling rate and efficiency of its lean-controlled production. It has provided more competitiveness in the tough automotive industry. We are constantly looking for ways to improve, says Annie Arnold, environmental and quality coordinator.
A trouble-free partnership for 20 years! Stena Recycling aims to be an important part of the development towards a more sustainable society. We can achieve this through proactive strategies, innovative solutions and by continuing to create value for customers through our expertise, trusting partnerships and customized customer solutions.
The brake pads on a motorcycle can mean the difference between life and death. Danish SBS is one of the leading European producers of brake pads for motorcycles. Its production generates waste, which would previously have been sent to landfills. In partnership with Stena Recycling, they have succeeded in shifting approximately 150 metric tons of dust from landfills to recycling since 2013. This has led to a greener profile and savings in the region of DKK 180,000.
After over 20 years in Stockholm's service, it was time for 42 commuter trains to be recycled. The last journey went all the way into Stena Recycling's recycling facility in early 2017. The 101 ton heavy trains could be 97 percent recycled. Many parts could also be dismantled to be reused.
We have worked with SwedeCenter in connection with the construction of the Business Center Poznań office building in Poland. The aim of the project was to obtain the highest possible assessment in environmental certification and a degree of material recovery of 75%. We have not only managed to achieve this, but have exceeded the project's objectives by creating a comprehensive recycling system that enabled efficient resource management.