We believe in taking action towards our common environment and the future of our planet. We want future generations to feel good in communities where air and water are free of harmful substances and where it is genuinely considered healthy to breathe and live.
In a way that is minimally harmful to the environment, we must always strive towards deliver fossil-free from source and production in Åre to where the products are to be consumed. Where it is possible we transport by train, fossil-free road transport where it is offered and when we do so, with maximum optimization in relation to weight, volume and distance. All to make as little impact on the environment as possible.
We only use renewable energy to drive our production. All packaging we use can be 100% recyclable and can be part of the circular economy.
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Calculating our carbon footprint
Everything we do as individuals can be linked to emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. All greenhouse emissions are converted to so-called carbon dioxide equivalents (CO2e) according to each individual’s relative contribution to the greenhouse effect. Carbon dioxide emissions are often referred to as “carbon footprint” and emissions of all greenhouse gases in total are often referred to as “climate footprints”.
In order to be able to take responsibility for the climate imprint created in the manufacture of our products, we have made a total climate calculation. In a comprehensive compilation, all processes in the production chain have been mapped and calculated on the basis of its greenhouse emissions. This material forms the basis of our climate compensation. Our climate calculation is performed by TRICORONA Climate partner.
Read our climate report here.
Here, we report which climate imprint each product has generated in kg CO2e per kilo gram.
Glass bottle 750 ml
0,55 kg CO2e/kg
Glass bottle 350 ml
0,40 kg CO2e/kg
PET bottle 500 ml
0,23 kg CO2e/kg
Carbon offsetting consists of offsetting its own CO2 emissions by financing projects to reduce other emissions or sequester carbon. It is one of the tools available to achieve carbon neutrality in the context of mitigating global warming.
We choose to compensate our climate by purchasing emission rights, in the same amount (in tons) that our total production gets charged with CO2 emissions. The emission rights we buy are all certified climate projects by Gold Standard (Climate Security & Sustainable Development).
For more information on Gold Standard visit their website.