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Sustainability at Swegon

"Sustainability is a key enabler for Swegon to be successful - today and tomorrow."
Andreas Örje Wellstam, Swegon Group CEO

Corporate sustainability

Sustainability at Swegon is essentially underlying everything we do. The corporate aspects of sustainability relates to our code of conduct, strategies for a sustainable future and reporting - highly important subjects for making a difference as we grow our business.  

 

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How to reduce embodied carbon with RE:3

Explore our initiatives to reduce embodied carbon in buildings. We have gathered our intesified work under a concept we call RE:3. This approach centers on three key principles of circularity - RE:duce, RE:use, and RE:vitalise. Learn more about our ongoing activities and the progress made so far.

 

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Environmental Product Declarations

An Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) is an independently verified and registered document that gives transparent and comparable information about the environmental impacts of a product over its lifecycle.

 

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From linear to circular approach

Circularity is a much talked about topic within sustainability, but what does it actually mean? And how do we work with it at Swegon?

 

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Indoor climate and sustainability

The indoor climate solutions we provide to buildings world-wide have a direct and indirect impact on the environment and people. So far we have described how product transparency is increased by using EPDs, how small things can make a difference in the pursuit of a circular economy and, in the film, how a people perspective of sustainability is of essential relevance.

Considering people in the context of developing, manufacturing and designing solutions for ventilation, heating and cooling, is to look at the outcome of a good indoor climate. Generally we spend about 90% of our lives indoors and we breathe 20 times more air than we eat food each day. A healthy and comfortable indoor climate is crucial for productivity and strategic thinking as well as for well-needed rest and overall well-being. 

 

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Green building certifications

At Swegon we have both knowledge and experience from working with projects that aim for one or more of the available national and/or international building standards. Products, services and expertise has been provided to a wide range of customers, and properties have been certified according to the top levels of BREEAM, LEED and WELL or built in line with the Passive House standard. Our HVAC-solutions contribute in a number of ways, perhaps is the comfortable and healthy indoor climate the most obvious but we also deliver on aspects of e.g.  energy-efficiency. Recommended reference cases below.

 

Ökern Portal in Olso, Norway

Entopia building in Cambridge, UK

Nobu hotel in Warsaw, Poland

 

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