SUSANNE PAHLÉN ÅKLUNDH
PRESIDENT, ENERGY DIVISION, ALFA LAVAL
Whether our customers have their operations on the high seas or in sprawling megacities, they all have one thing in common: a need to improve their processes. For some, this means reducing energy or water consumption. For others, minimizing emissions, or eliminating waste. Once these were cost issues, but increasingly the driver is sustainability, as companies wake up to the opportunities created by a more far-sighted and responsible approach to business.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set the vision that humanity needs to work towards, and now it is up to businesses like ours to take us there. In this sustainability special edition of here magazine, the focus is on our customers and how they are working to reduce their environmental footprint, with a little help from us. We are very proud that our equipment contributes to more than half of the 17 SDGs.
Why going sustainable is good for business
A potential $12 trillion opportunity awaits companies that adopt – and tailor their business activities to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
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Alfa Laval osallistuu globaaleihin tavoitteisiin
YK:n jäsenvaltiot sopivat 17 kestävän kehityksen tavoitteesta ja niiden saavuttamisesta vuoteen 2030 mennessä. Näihin globaaleihin tavoitteisiin on maailman johtajat sitoutuneet ja nyt myös meidän kaltaisten yritysten on tehtävä osuutemme.
Tutustu miten Alfa Lavalin ydinliiketoiminta vaikuttaa globaaleihin tavoitteisiin
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The evolution of service
Are you being served? From repairs and maintenance to proactively adding customer value.
Saving Venice from the rising tide
Critical cooling application - The compressed air that raises the barrier is cooled by Alfa Laval heat exchangers.
Helping the marine industry meet tough environmental targets
Test & Training Centre in Aalborg, Denmark - Tomorrow’s marine technology under development at a unique facility.
Cleaning up in Kazakhstan
Profit from waste – Alfa Laval decanters separate toxic sludge into water, solids and marketable crude.
A more sustainable approach to seafood production
Net benefits – Alfa Laval technology recovers valuable oil from stick water.
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