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Many companies have adopted a proactive approach to the environment, with the aim of utilizing natural resources more efficiently and reducing the environmental impact of production processes, transportation and products. From green chemistry to nanotechnology, any number of fields present opportunities for dramatic environmental improvements.

Plastics take their place in the circular economy

When plastics are recycled chemically instead of mechanically, the material becomes truly circular. A unique concept for a plastics recycling refinery has been developed in Stenungsund. With the proper investments, it might be a new Swedish export solution in the making.

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Vast potential for organic solar cells

Epishine's organic solar cells are based on carbon, not silicon. The thin-film cells can be printed like newspapers - and may end up being the cheapest method to produce electricity, ever.

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All carrier bags are not created equal

Plastic waste is one of the great environmental concerns in a global perspective. In Sweden, plastic carrier bags are thin and strong, and often find reuse before being recycled. More and more products are made from recycled material and bioplastics.

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Energy efficient paper industry

The forest industry is efficient at transforming forest biomass to paper - but the manufacturing consumes a lot of electricity. A joint research project between business and academy aims to optimize processes and cut energy consumtion in half.

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Environment-friendly wind turbine maintenance

Wind turbine maintenance includes regular oil changes 100 meters above ground, a cumbersome process causing two days of downtime. The company Energiservice has developed an oil change vehicle that can service two turbines in a single day.

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Clean, green laundry with ultra pure water

SWATAB's filter solution makes the water ultra pure before it is pumped into the laundry machine. Thanks to the water's properties, the laundry becomes clean without detergent and at lower temperatures. A ten percent market share would save 21 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually.

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The Swedish project Advantage Environment provides information about existing and future products designed to reduce environmental impacts.

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Swedfund
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