Clean air sutainability

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Shaping a sustainable future with clean air is what our employees and co-workers do every single day.

Being part of building a future characterised by a vision of clean air requires conscientious and consistent work based on shared values. Focus on sustainability in relation to customers, respect for the environment and each other, as well as courage and purpose to act – these are core values as we build The Clean Air Company.

Luwa sustainability focus – generates solar energy for 1,000 Indian homes

Luwa sustainability focus

India has many hours of sunshine and Luwa’s production plant has a flat roof. Perfect conditions for establishing a solar farm! 170 newly installed solar panels generate 215,000 kWh on an annual basis, which not only provide the plant itself with clean energy, but are also connected to the public electricity grid to contribute the surplus energy produced to the local community. The system also guarantees continuous production by eliminating the risk of stoppages due to power outages. At the same time, the climate footprint is reduced by an amount corresponding to 198 tons of carbon dioxide. Luwa India is also participating in several other environ-mental projects, including planting more than 100 new trees in the plant area as part of the Go Green Initiative.

MikroPul electrifies – new electric bar in Friesenheim

Nederman Mikropul electrified vehicle fleet

Nederman MikroPul already uses 100 percent renewable energy at its plant in Friesenheim, in Germany. The sights are now set on converting to a fully electrified vehicle fleet. One step in reaching this goal are the three new charging sites, with a total of six charging stations. The charging sites are for public use during office hours and can be used by employees, customers and visitors. Software delivers data for reports and follow-up, but also manages a waiting list if the need for charging is greater than the supply. One of Nederman’s sustainability goals is to halve our CO2emis-sions, measured in carbon dioxide equivalents, by 2023. The investment in Friesenheim is an example of how we are taking responsibility for expanding necessary infrastructure.