• Less plastic, better plastic, no plastic

    Less plastic, better plastic, no plastic

    Unilever has signed a ‘plastic pact’ in the Netherlands and by that committed to reduce the plastic waste even beyond its sustainability targets. Dutch companies, NGOs and the government want to move faster than the rest of Europe. By 2025, we want all single-use products and packaging to be 100 percent recyclable. In addition, we...
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  • ALTEO has launched its waste management division

    ALTEO has launched its waste management division

    ALTEO has been committed to sustainability since its foundation, and this approach transcends the company’s business strategy and thus it’s activities. In accordance with this, the Waste Management Division was established at the beginning of January 2019, which, in addition to the business aspects, will also be able to produce positive results in terms of...
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  • BASF co-founds global Alliance to End Plastic Waste

    BASF co-founds global Alliance to End Plastic Waste

    Nearly 30 companies from the plastics and consumer goods value chain commit over $1.0 billion to help end plastic waste in the environment BASF supports the Alliance to End Plastic Waste to drive solutions that help to solve the world’s plastic waste problem BASF today co-founded a global alliance of nearly 30 companies to advance...
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  • Nesquik launches All Natural cocoa powder in recyclable paper packaging

    Nesquik launches All Natural cocoa powder in recyclable paper packaging

    Nestlé has on 4 March 2019 announced the launch of a new Nesquik All Natural powder. The new Nesquik is produced in Szerencs, Hungary, in one of the company’s foremost factories for powdered drinks. It features a simplified, natural ingredients list and comes in a recyclable paper pouch. The launch of the new Nesquik comes...
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  • According to the latest Shell study, the use of LNG in transport could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 142 tonnes until 2040

    According to the latest Shell study, the use of LNG in transport could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 142 tonnes until 2040

    Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) has a significant potential to diversify transport fuel supply and reduce greenhouse gas emissions of ships and heavy-duty trucks, according to the Shell study released in February. The Shell LNG Study “Liquefied Natural Gas – New Energy for ships and trucks? Facts, Trends and Perspectives“ has been conducted by Shell in...
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  • Tungsram Agritech - Indoor farming

    Tungsram Agritech – Indoor farming

    Indoor farming requires 95-98% less water and a significantly lower quantity of pesticides than cultivation outside. What is more, any plant variety can be cultivated anywhere in the world irrespective of climate. At Tungsram, they are dreaming of a future in which the cultivation of vegetables, fruit, herbs and spices, and plants serving as the...
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  • Shell agrees to acquire sonnen, expanding its offering of residential smart energy storage and energy services

    Shell agrees to acquire sonnen, expanding its offering of residential smart energy storage and energy services

    Shell* has agreed to acquire 100% of sonnen, a leader in smart energy storage systems and innovative energy services for households. This follows an investment by Shell in May 2018 and means that post regulatory approval and completion sonnen will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Shell. “sonnen is one of the global leaders in...
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  • German citizens see climate change as the greatest social challenge

    German citizens see climate change as the greatest social challenge

    Global warming is considered to be the greatest social challenge for one in three German citizens Germans are willing to change their behavior and pay more for sustainably manufactured products E.ON: CO2 pricing would be provide a tangible incentive for industry to reduce CO2 emissions According to a recent survey conducted by research institute puls...
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  • SHELL JOIN BUDAPEST ENERGY SUMMIT 2018

    SHELL JOIN BUDAPEST ENERGY SUMMIT 2018

    Shell believes in the need for society as a whole to address the climate challenge. A growing global population and a rise in living standards are likely to continue to drive energy demand, including oil and gas, for years to come. At the same time, technological changes and the need to tackle climate change means...
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  • Essity wins two European Cleaning and Hygiene Awards for Tork´s sustainable solutions and EasyCube®

    Essity wins two European Cleaning and Hygiene Awards for Tork´s sustainable solutions and EasyCube®

    Yesterday evening, the winners of the 2018 European Cleaning Awards were announced — and Essity won two prestigious awards for ‘Best Practice-Sustainability’ and ‘Technological Innovation of the Year’. The professional cleaning sector employs millions of people across Europe and plays a vital role in hygiene, well-being, image and job satisfaction The Award aims to recognize and...
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  • National Recognition – Grundfos Manufacturing Hungary Ltd. received “The Family Friendly Company of the Year” Award

    National Recognition – Grundfos Manufacturing Hungary Ltd. received “The Family Friendly Company of the Year” Award

    Every company is focusing on employee motivation and retention in Hungary. One of the biggest company realized based on analyse from last year that the most efficient PR activity was to take part on Family-friendly Company award. In 2018 the call was submitted by 200 companies, of which 17 were awarded the “Family Friendly Company”....
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  • Randstad global market leader in HR services

    Randstad global market leader in HR services

    Randstad has become the global market leader in HR services. The Dutch organization was founded in 1960 and has spread its wings around the globe across five continents and 38 countries. Randstad is a strong value-driven organization. This culture, officially set out in 1977 as ‘to know, to serve, to trust’, still remains unchanged. It...
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