Asko receives the EcoVadis 2023 Silver Medal for its commitment to sustainability

Asko has been awarded this prestigious business rating for promoting practices that minimize its environmental impact and encourage social responsibility.

Since its beginnings in Sweden in the late 1950s, Asko has been dedicated to designing innovative products with the aim of moving society towards a better future.

In this endeavor, Asko pays attention not only to the products it makes, but also attaches great importance to how it makes them

Elica presents the 2022 Sustainability Report

Elica spa has published the 2022 edition of the Sustainability Report under the slogan “Aspira, Inspira” which represents the ability to continuously imagine innovative and sustainable solutions for the future because every great idea, just like every great company, is born from an inspiration . Improving air quality has always been the starting point. Inspiring people and your target market is the next step.
Despite the difficult context, Elica achieved particularly challenging goals in 2022, breaking its own records for the second consecutive year. The consolidation of its global leadership was made possible by excellent management and financial performance and by a strategic “Sustainability Roadmap” based on three pillars: production and products with low environmental impact, people and governance.
During 2022, the Group used 100% renewable energy in almost all of its production sites in Italy and Poland. This policy has been accompanied by some energy efficiency projects which have contributed to further limiting our carbon footprint.

Philips Domestic Appliances are partnering up with EcoMatcher

A great start of the day starts with a better breakfast for you and for our planet.
Philips Domestic Appliances are partnering up with EcoMatcher and Fostering Education & Environment for Development, Inc. (FEED) to celebrate the launch of the Eco Conscious Edition breakfast set in Australia and South Korea.

For every kettle, toaster and coffee maker from the collection sold in Korea and Australia, a tree is being planted in the Sierra Madre mountain range in the Philippines.

The Eco Conscious Edition breakfast set is developed with bio-based plastics made from used cooking oil and plant oil waste and fits perfectly with our ambition to do business responsibly and with sustainability in mind. With every purchase, consumers in South Korea and Australia can name their own tree, see where it was planted, track its carbon sequestration, and listen to the sounds of the tree’s location on the EcoMatcher app.

So far Philips have planted almost 3,000 trees with more to come!

Learn more about the #EcoConsciousEdition breakfast set

Miele sustainability

Miele are committed to make sustainability happening every step. Make appliances that won’t leave a mark. End waste by giving our appliances new life. At IFA 2022, we’re showcasing their ambition and responsibility on sustainability. And this doesn’t end at the factory gate. Visit Miele at the trade fair in Berlin from September 1-6 or find out more here:

Sustainability at the forefront as Electrolux presents future kitchen concept at EuroCucina

Sustainability at the forefront as Electrolux presents future kitchen concept at EuroCucina
June 7, 2022
Electrolux is at Europe’s leading kitchen trade show EuroCucina this week to introduce GRO, a new future kitchen concept to inspire people to make healthier and more sustainable choices.

“By influencing how our products are used, we believe we can help reduce food waste, promote resource efficient food choices and nutrition, and enhance healthy and sustainable eating experiences,” says Tove Chevalley, Electrolux Head of Innovation Hub.

GRO is a groundbreaking sustainable eating system aimed at reinventing the kitchen and enabling people to enjoy food in a way that is sustainable for health and planet.

The kitchen concept is built on interconnected products and services with features reflecting the planetary health diet of the EAT-Lancet report.

During EuroCucina, which takes place in Milan, Italy from June 7-12, Electrolux will also present new product ranges such as innovative and sustainable refrigerators, which can preserve vitamins for up to 95 percent longer, help reduce food waste by up to 20 percent using precise electronic sensors, and keep food 60 percent juicier and more hydrated via a dual cooling system.

Two new extractor hobs will also be introduced. The 800 Bridge with eXTractor and the 800 FlexiBridge® with eXTractor have been designed to bring freedom to kitchen planning as people upgrade and make the cooking space more sociable. Using consumer insight to drive the design, the new hobs and integrated extractor fans provide flexibility to tailor kitchens without any restrictions.

“Our aim is to make healthy and sustainable eating desirable, accessible and easier. This year at EuroCucina we are showing new, best-in-class products and concepts that have taken years to develop. They have required us to rethink the ordinary and reengineer every last detail to deliver the extraordinary,” says Patrick Le Corre, Electrolux Senior Vice President, Product Line.

Three ways new green refrigerant gases can protect the environment and boost your business

Technological innovation is the core of Electrolux Professional solutions, aimed at lowering energy consumptions and significantly reducing the impact on the environment through the implementation of F-Gas compliant natural refrigerants.
Learn how next-generation refrigeration products are helping drive sustainability, support environmental goals, and tackle the issue of climate change for customers.

Liebherr, have reduced their carbon footprint by 62%

Liebherr, have reduced their carbon footprint by 62% between 2017 and 2019 at our European production sites. The goal is to cut emissions to ~80% by 2022 compared to 2017 and continue working to make efforts that contribute to the environment.
To Learn More, visit Liebherr corporate responsibility report: