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There´s so much happening in- and outside our offices: we start new projects, we reach new goals, we develop new solutions, we publish new white papers, we host some interesting events or offer some training sessions… Whatever it is, you´ll find it here in our news section and if not, it might not be interesting enough or it´s simply top secret and we´re sorry, but if we would tell you, we would have to….
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This year at Easter, environmentally conscious customers will be happy to hear that they have the possibility to buy the first approved CO2-neutrally packed Easter eggs in Austrian supermarkets. Due to the latest denkstatt life cycle assessment (LCA) study for egg packaging, the smallest carbon footprint of all conventional packages sold currently are the ones from Ovotherm, which are derived from... Continue Reading →
2014 denkstatt and the „Association for Consumers Information“ (VKI) developed and published quality guidelines for the Austrian Ecolabel for textile management service (UZ 70). By the end of 2015, the first two SALESIANER MIETTEX subsidiaries – Vienna 1140 and Grödig (near Salzburg) – were awarded with the new label. Now Salesianer Miettex is the first company carrying the new environmental certi... Continue Reading →
(BRUSSELS – 1 March 2016) Environmental Defense Fund’s Investor Confidence Project Europe (ICP Europe), supported by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme, today released a robust set of project guidelines to facilitate investment in the building energy renovation market. Building owners, project developers, finance and energy service providers, insurers, local authorities, and utilitie... Continue Reading →
We are proud to announce the launch of our new THINK!LEGAL product video. THINK!LEGAL is an EHS Legislation Management Tool which offers companies a quick overview of relevant EHS laws and applicable legal obligations. The tool contains an explanation of the scope of each law, a short summary, and implications written in a comprehensible, user-friendly language. Users can assign and easily manage ... Continue Reading →