The area where Envac had their old office is becoming a residential area.
Along the water in the northern part of Gröndal (south of Stockholm), where Envac previously had their office, the former office buildings and even the old historic factory Aromatic have been demolished to the ground. The brick building, with its large neon sign with the text "Aromatic" on the roof, was located next to Essingeleden and became a known feature of Gröndals cityscape.
An automated waste collection system from Envac will be installed in the area. The system will, from the start, collect residual and food waste from 48 apartments in 3 buildings.
Occupancy is scheduled from September to November in 2016.
The Gröndal project also includes approximately 300 other apartments in the area, spread over 6 buildings. These will be built over the next 2 to 3 years. Contact has been established with all the project developers of these new homes and the goal is that there will be an installation of a mobile vacuum waste system even made there.
The developer is Aros Residential Development and the contractor is JM Construction.
Read more about the area, Kv Sjöhusen.