On 1 April 2016 Palsgaard celebrated that our Danish plant became CO2-neutral in 2015. The first step on the way to achieving our ultimate target of becoming CO2-neutral worldwide in 2020. Find out how we did it in these pages:
The production of food ingredients such as emulsifier and stabilizer blends is a highly energy-intensive operation. Despite this, in 2015, our Danish plant became CO2-neutral*. It’s a vital milestone on our road to attaining a zero carbon footprint encompassing all facilities worldwide by 2020.
To do it, we examined every aspect of our operations, fine-tuning wherever possible to minimise energy consumption. In fact, we’ve achieved CO2 emission reductions since 2006, amounting to 16,088 tonnes in 2015 alone. And we have applied ourselves to other sustainability initiatives such as sustainable palm oil supply with equal passion and commitment.
For Palsgaard, sustainability is not a choice. It is a founding principle and a business advantage.
We will continue striving to set the standard in our industry.
|Birger Brix||Jakob Thoisen|
|Group CEO, Schou Foundation||
CEO, Palsgaard A/S
*Deloitte has verified that Palsgaard has offset its consolidated CO2 emissions related to electricity consumption and natural gas consumption for the production site in Juelsminde, Denmark in 2015. For the full statement from Deloitte, click here.
On 1 April 2016 Palsgaard celebrated that we have have achieved CO2-neutrality at our Danish plant, 5 yeas ahead of our goal of achieving a zero carbon footprint globally by 2020.