Sustainable production

Being sustainable is a choice. A responsibility you opt to take on. Across our more than 100 years working with the production and machining of composite materials, responsibility has been an ever-present cornerstone. Responsibility for one another. Responsibility for our employees. Responsibility for the world around us.

Today, we naturally continue to assume responsibility. Including for the world around us. That is why we are taking the step to ensure a more sustainable production and machining of our materials, by signing up to the Science Based Targets. This entails committing to a 50% reduction of our CO2 emissions by 2030, compared to the levels in 2018.

We are looking forward to the work ahead to optimise our processes and make them more sustainable, but fortunately this is not new to us. Back in 1984, for example, we applied for a voluntary environmental approval – long before this was a legal requirement in Denmark. Below you can read more about our journey towards an even more sustainable production process.

  • 2021

    We sign up to Science Based Targets. This means committing to reduce Elektro-Isola’s C02 emissions by 50% by the year 2030, compared to the 2018 levels.

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  • 2021

    Elektro-Isola takes part in the Climate-Ready SME project financed by the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) and the Manufacturing Fund (Fremstillingsindustrien) with support from the Danish Industry Foundation (Industriens Fond). Elektro-Isola maps its entire CO2 emissions.

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  • 2003

    Elektro-Isola is awarded its ISO 14001 environmental certification.

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  • 1987

    After three years of preparations and optimisations, Elektro-Isola is awarded its voluntary environmental approval.

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  • 1986

    Elektro-Isola becomes one of the first companies in Europe to invest in a high-capacity incineration plant.

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  • 1984

    Elektro-Isola decides to apply for a voluntary environmental approval – many years before this becomes a legal requirement.

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