Manufacturing a smaller footprint
At our manufacturing facilities in Allerød and Esbjerg (Denmark), we’re investing in more sustainable initiatives, with successful results. By recycling 100% of our scrap metals, machine oils, and securing other waste materials, we continue to shrink our environmental footprint.
We send 100% of leftover ferrous and non-ferrous metals from our manufacturing for recycling — these include copper wiring, print boards, cutting tools, metal cuttings, and scrap that would otherwise go into landfill. Overall, we’re reducing both greenhouse gas emissions and the burden of extracting more natural, raw materials.
Since 2017, we have delivered over 67,000 tons of oil for recycling. At each facility, we ensure that all fluids, lubricants, oils, and cooling fluids used in manufacturing are collected, stored, and safely transported. Then it is re-refined into new oil, processed into fuel oils, or used as raw materials for the petroleum industry.
With ongoing investments in sustainability programs at our Allerød and Esbjerg facilities, we’re always assessing our local and global responsibilities—from recycling to clean power and energy efficiency, to tracking and reporting of our progress.
Minimizing energy consumption
Recycled electricity waste
Our approach has always been to put our clients first. In today’s tough operating environment, our clients still expect the best, along with even greater value. Meeting these demands is an inherent part of our Development & Engineering (D&E) strategy, along with our quest to eliminate all forms of waste and non-value-adding processes through automation. It’s a mission we started over 20 years ago and it’s one we’ll continue exploring for many more.