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Pure Waste textiles

The mission of Pure Waste Textiles is to steer the textile industry in a more sustainable and environmentally friendly direction. The company manufactures 100 percent recycled threads, fabrics and ready-made clothing. The process involves the collection of cuttings and thread waste from textile industry and sorting by quality and colour. After this, the waste is mechanically opened, returning to its fibre form, from which it is then spun as thread and knit/woven into fabric....
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CradlePeople

We often talk about reducing and minimising our footprint on the planet. We must remember to turn off the lights and take shorter baths. Attention is paid to limiting, minimising and reducing our footprint.CradlePeople would rather talk about how we can contribute to our surroundings and to a positivefootprint on the environment. In this way we differ from other environmental organisations.    CradlePeople was created in 2009. It is...
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Brynhildur Pálsdóttir  

Since 2005, Brynhildur Pálsdóttir has worked as an independent designer in Reykjavík, where she has herown design studio. The guiding principles in her projects are interdisciplinary cooperation and using rawmaterial from her closest environment. Working in Iceland, with its small population and harsh weather,she has to approach product development with an open and innovative...
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Borregaard

Borregaard has developed a world-class biorefinery. The company’s products are alternatives to oil-basedproducts, allowing it to overcome long-term global challenges associated with population growth, access to resources, and environmental and climate impact.  By using the various components of wood, Borregaard produces lignin products, speciality cellulose, vanillin and bioethanol for a variety of applications...
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Re:newcell

Re:newcell was founded in 2012 by researchers associated with the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and is a family business with a...
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Trashdesign

The marks left by human activity on the globe are becoming deeper and more damaging. The climate ischanging at an ever quicker pace.  The goal of the Trash Design group is to show how design methods need to change...
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Paptic

Paptic Ltd produces a completely new kind of  packaging material which could replace more environmentally harmfull packaging materials...
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Circle House

The Circle House project consists of 60 general housing units outside of Aarhus, which are expected to be completed in 2020. In addition to serving as housing, Circle House is a scalable demonstration project that...
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Tomra

Our planet is facing a waste crisis. The oceans are choked with 150 million tonnes of plastic, and fewerthan half of all plastic bottles purchased are collected for recycling. Our industrial model is not sustainableand unprecedented action is required. We need a paradigm shift.    Through clever applications TOMRA...
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Simris Alg

Simris Alg is a pioneering agribusiness combining Swedish innovation, lifestyle and design at its finest. Butlet’s first talk about some basics. In fact, the basics of life. Omega-3 fats are essential building blocks in our bodies,...
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Touchpoint

TouchPoint gets its inspiration from sustainability, good design driving recycling, and best service. We grow and evolve as the pioneer of work clothing industry. Bringing circular economy to the core of design and management of ecological materials has been an important step in the development of our collections and services.   We will introduce a new...
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WeDoWood

We Do Wood is based on the vision that new Danish design and strict sustainability principles should go hand in hand.  At We Do Wood, we have made it our goal to always seek the better alternative. When we can use formaldehyde-free glue, that’s what we choose to do. When we can choose water-based paint or even avoid...
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Smice

SMICE is a regional cooperation between Norway and Sweden within the EU InterReg program. The purpose is to contribute to a transition to the most sustainable society in Jämtland, Härjedalen and...
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Ocean Forest 

The world faces tough environmental challenges. To achieve what is required, we need more biomass as raw materials for food and renewable energy. The capacity on land is limited and the attention is now turning towards the sea. Ocean Forest is a...
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EcoDesignSprint

EcoDesign Sprint is a unique tool for business development with the methods of the circular economy and design: a combination of innovations, practical learning, and developing of...
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Experio-Lab 

Welcome to Experio Lab Sweden, where Healthcare and Design Meet. This is a collaboration between the County Council in Värmland, Region Västernorrland, the County Council...
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Pådriv

Pådriv er Oslos nye bylivs-laboratorium. Det er et partnerskap og nettverk der offentlige, private og sosialeaktører jobber sammen for en mer bærekraftig byutvikling av Hovinbyen - Oslos størstebyutviklingsområde. Navnet Pådriv oppsummerer det som er kjernen i nettverket,...
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SPOK

Just as within the food sector, there is an ever growing interest in having the things around us locally produced. On the platform for contemporary production and consumption, know as SPOK, knowledge about lokal manufacturing opportunities in...
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Köpstoppsbloggen

Köpstoppsbloggen - Not Buying It - started in December 2006 as part of my, Ann-Christin KarlénGrammings, shopping ban project that took place in 2007. The shopping ban was inspired by Judith...
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MAX IV-Labratoriet

The Max IV laboratory in Lund, which opened in 2016, is the world’s most powerful synchrotron radiation facility. The laboratory is open to researchers from all around the world. The complex...
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Arki-Lab 

Urban design is founded on the mantra of “designing cities for people”. At Arki-lab, we want to take this a step further. We design cities with people. One of the main goals of the founding architects, Jeanette and Rasmus Frisk, is to develop cities with a sustainable approach,...
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Arctus Metals

Aluminium is an important metal. It is produced in energy intensive smelters which emit annually at least100 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) worldwide when producing some 50 million tonnes.   In September 2017 the R&D team of Arctus Metals Ltd. and Innovation Centre Iceland
successfully produced the first clean aluminium metal with oxygen...

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