Celebrating today – targeting tomorrow

    What's the big news?

    We have taken a giant step forward for a food ingredients manufacturer of our size: Attaining 100% CO2-neutrality in Denmark during 2015 despite having lifted production volume by over 60% since 2006.

    What made it possible?

    Corporate social responsibility is built into our founding principles. As a foundation-owned company, we have the freedom and resources to lead our industry in sustainability.

    Why was Denmark first?

    Denmark is a natural starting point for reducing emissions, as the plant at Juelsminde uses the most energy in the group, and here we have access to infrastructure and technologies that are in their infancy in many other parts of the world.

    Is sustainability good for business?

    Sustainability is important for many of Palsgaard’s customers. As a supplier, the company does its best to live up to our customers’ requirements for more sustainable production. The activities the company performs in this area contribute to making us a preferred supplier for many customers, and therefore, sustainable production is not just a cost but also a key business parameter.

    What is covered?

    Palsgaard’s CO2-neutrality framework incorporates the principles of the Green House Gas (GHG) Protocol, Scopes 1 and 2, developed by World Resources Institute and World Business Council on Sustainable Development to set the global standard for how to measure, manage, and report greenhouse gas emissions. Company vehicles are not included in Palsgaard’s framework.

    Targeting tomorrow – How will Palsgaard attain its 2020 target?

    Going forward, Palsgaard’s target calls for a variety of projects and initiatives in its operations abroad – and to maintain the Danish plant’s 2015 achievement.

    How did we do it?

    Find out how we acieved CO2 neutrality in Denmark here.

    Palsgaard celebrates CO2-neutrality

    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.