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“Sustainable development is a development that meets current needs, without jeopardizing the ability of future generations to meet their needs.”

The Brundtland Report

F&H Group will never be sustainable. However, we must work to adapt our products so that they have the least possible impact on the current problems we have for the climate and the environment. In 2021, F&H Group presented its strategy for the next five years with seven strategic milestones. The seventh milestone in the F&H Group Strategy 2025 focuses on sustainability. The strategy must be incorporated into all parts of our business, and in this way it will become a central tenet for F&H Group’s core business.

It is a lengthy process and we are aware that there is a long way to go. We are also aware that the goal is constantly changing; what makes the best possible sense today will probably be surpassed by new technology in just one year, for example. So we are not going to get to a point where we can sit down and say, “Now we’re there”. But we’re working diligently to make it a little better every day. The articles below explain what steps we are taking, and the list will become longer as we implement new initiatives.

Articles

Course in Sustainable Purchasing

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In F&H Group's work with sustainability, we want the change to be created from within. If our colleagues don't know which direction to run in or how to run, we will be unable to reach the goals that we have…

Collaboration with Målbar

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We – humanity – need to rethink our consumption patterns and the way we use the Earth's resources. Therefore, since November 2021, we – F&H Group – have had a close collaboration with Målbar, which specializes in life cycle analyses…

Internal environmental communication

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We want our work on the sustainability part of the strategy to start from within and grow outward. The first steps have therefore been to create a common understanding of what sustainability and the green transition entail.