Domestic travel: Aim to travel by train, bus and other public transport rather than by air when travelling within Sweden – to reduce our carbon foot print.

International travel: In as far as possible, travel by bus or Arlanda Express rather than taxi to airports. If travelling by taxi you are required to choose a taxi company with an environmental certificate (Taxi Stockholm and Taxi 020).

Avoid stopovers when travelling within Europe – choose, whenever possible, direct flights to your final destination.

Recycling facilities in the kitchen: A black bin for hard plastics such as food containers from local luncheons (Stories, Lantis), yoghurt containers, plastic cups and glasses, plastic bottles aso aso. Rinse ALL containers so that no food residue remains on them.

Paper recycling by the restrooms:
In the bins used for paper you can throw –

  • Books
  • Post-its
  • Envelopes (including the ones with windows)
  • Copier paper
  • Newspapers and magazines

There are also recycling bins for paper in every office as well as in the mailroom.

In the large bin for cardboard we should also throw empty milk cartons (these have to be rinsed out in the sink first).

Switch off lights at end of day: In offices as well as in seminar room, mail room and kitchen. Switch off computers (and screens) if not absolutely essential to have them on.

Choose double-sided printing when printing documents to cut down on paper waste. This option should be set by default on your computer. If not, ask our IT Manager to sort this out for you.

Office supplies and furniture: We should aim to re-use old office supplies and furniture. Also, when ordering office supplies we should, when possible, select refill products and other products that are eco-friendly and organic.

Environmental Plan 2017 (110 Kb)

Miljöhandlingsplan 2017 (91 Kb) (in Swedish)