The carbon dioxide emissions of the OLO series have been reduced by up to 23%

Sustainable and environmentally friendly business practices guide everything we do. That’s why our product development strives to reduce the carbon footprint of our products whenever possible. Such measures include, for example, changing the product and packaging materials to more environmentally friendly ones, optimizing the use of materials, and optimizing the use of water and energy in manufacturing. Our OLO diffusers are a perfect example of environmentally friendly product development.

The plastic nozzles of our air terminal devices have been replaced with biocomposite

The amount of steel used in production has been reduced by up to 18%, in addition to which the plastic nozzles of the OLO series were changed to a biodegradable composite in 2022. The carbon footprint of the biocomposite is up to 90% smaller. Thus, for example, the carbon dioxide emissions for the OLO 250 size diffuser have decreased by 4.1 kgCO2 per finished product. With this amount of emissions, you could drive a car 285 kilometers, heat a sauna 8.7 times, or eat 18.7 beef fillet steaks.

The best thing, however, is that the OLO product series is still ultra-stylish, time-resistant, and top-class in terms of technical features.

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What is often asked about environmental product declarations?

The environmental statement or EPD provides a clear summary of the product’s life cycle assessment. EPD information is presented in a standardized way, which makes it easier to compare different products. Use the guidance below to ensure you are reading the EPD correctly.

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LINE valves come first in the European Product Design Award competition

Our contribution to Nordic design has been recognized globally since LINE valves received a gold medal for the best HVAC product in the design competition. The European Product Design Award™ rewards international product and industrial designers. The competition’s international jury evaluates the design based on innovation, aesthetics, functionality, durability, and usefulness.

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The final sprint of the Ocean Globe race begins

The Spirit of Helsinki boat sailed the third leg of the Ocean Globe Race from Auckland in New Zealand to Punta del Este in South America. The crew landed in Uruguay on Friday a week ago. The boat arrived at the stage harbour in second place after a tough race, as the French boat Pen Duick VI arrived already on Wednesday. The race’s third leg was the most challenging but a fantastic experience for many crew members. After participating, we received 12 new Finnish Southern Sea sailors and Cape Horn circumnavigators, including our CEO, Tommi Uksila. Climecon congratulates!

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