Making cities smarter and more sustainable through innovation

Making cities smarter and more sustainable through innovation is key for our future and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals number 11 of making cities and human settlements safe, resilient, and sustainable.

Envac is accelerating the green transition at the House of Sweden sustainability exhibit in the U.S.

The new ‘Pioneer the Possible: Accelerating the Green Transition’ exhibition in Washington D.C. highlights various proven green solutions from Envac that can help U.S. cities to achieve their sustainability objectives.

Envac showcases more sustainable waste management solutions at the Sweden Korea Green Alliance

The Sweden+Korea Green Transition Alliance and its member companies invited a delegation of South Korean journalists to Sweden to learn more about Swedish sustainability solutions that can support South Korea to become a carbon-neutral society by 2050.

Envac North America Appoints Michael Bracken and Douglas E. Carney to Board of Directors

Introducing new board of directors who will lead key roles in establishing Envac as industry-leader in North America.

Thanks for keeping the city clean

Handwritten notes expressing “Thanks for keeping the city clean” have been posted on Envac waste inlets during the weeks of Covid-19 confinement .

Continued expansion for Envac at the Pearl of Qatar

Waste collection truck trips within the development have been reduced by up to 80% and the requirement for space within buildings for waste storage has decreased by 70% saving plot developers money.

New project in Qatar – Place Vendôme

Envac’s team in Qatar is pleased to announce one of our latest wins which adds to our growing portfolio of projects within Qatar’s Lusail City.

Envac signs agreement with large Swedish Eco City project in China

The agreement between White Peak and Envac aims to apply Envac’s world leading waste management technology, which has been adapted to meet the demands of the fast growing Chinese market.

No smelly bin areas in the courtyard of Bellakvarter, Copenhagen

A state-of-the-art waste collection system in the new Bellakvarter at Amager ensures that residents can enjoy the blocks’ gardens and courtyards without the nuisance of waste bins and garbage trucks emptying them. The new waste collection system, the first in the world to collect five different waste streams, also makes it easy for residents to separate their waste.

Oslo nears ambitious food waste collection targets with Envac

Oslo is on course to meet its 50 per cent food waste recycling target after Agency for Waste Management, the city’s waste management department, published its latest waste collection survey that revealed how the Norwegian capital is recycling 46.4 per cent – up from 34.8 per cent in 2010.

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