With the help of the project “Bæredygtig Bundlinje 2.0”, which is funded with DKK 13.5 million from the EU Regional Development Fund, SKANDINAVISK received help to understand what CO2 imprint their products leave on the environment – and especially how the company can reduce the imprint.
Today, the packaging of the company's products therefore consists of glass and bioplastics made from sugar cane – and SKANDINAVISK is also working on developing even more sustainable packaging alternatives with, e.g., plant fibres.
Facts about the EU project
The project “Bæredygtig Bundlinje 2.0” helps small and medium-sized businesses with the potential and motivation to achieve energy and resource efficiencies to develop their business in a more green and circular direction.
The project goal is that approximately 100 companies receive a circular potential assessment, and that 70 to 90 of the companies develop green and circular business models that can lead to energy and resource efficiencies, improved competitiveness and growth potential in the future.
The project runs from 1 February 2019 to 31 March 2022 and is funded with DKK 13.6 million from the EU Regional Development Fund and managed by Gate 21.