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Carbon footprint of southwestern Finland waste management

Lounais-Suomen Jätehuolto Oy (LSJH) (southwestern Finland waste management) is a company owned by 18 municipalities. It takes care of organizing the residents’ waste management and waste disposal on behalf of these municipalities. Approximately 440 000 inhabitants live in the company’s operating area. The biggest owners of LSJH are the city of Turku and the city of Salo. 

The effects of the new waste law on the environmental impact and costs of waste management

Puhas Oy is a waste management company, owned by five municipalities: Joensuu, Ilomantsi, Kontiolahti, Liperi, and Polvijärvi. On behalf of these municipalities, Puhas provides legally required waste management services. The catchment area of Puhas comprises approximately 112 000 inhabitants. The service network includes centrally tendered transport services for combustible waste and biowaste, local waste stations and the Kontiosuo waste center.

Supporting KION with continuous system testing of a forklift IoT Device

The KION Group is a leading global intralogistics provider for supply chain solutions. The KION Group brands are among the best in the industry. Dematic is the world's leading specialist for automated material flow. The Linde and STILL brands serve the premium market for forklift trucks and warehouse equipment. Other brands cover the value segment as well as regional markets. The Group employs around 41,000 people worldwide.

Simplifying intralogistics challenges through industrial digitalization with Cimcorp

Cimcorp Group – part of Murata Machinery, Ltd. (Muratec) – is a leading global supplier of turnkey automation for intralogistics, using advanced robotics, material handling and software technologies. As well as being a manufacturer and integrator of pioneering material handling systems for the tire industry, Cimcorp has developed unique robotic solutions for order fulfillment and storage that are being used in the food & beverage, retail, e-commerce, FMCG and postal services sectors.

Carbon footprint of Finnish National Opera and Ballet

The Finnish National Opera and Ballet is a national art institution, offering opera and ballet performances and other events to audiences of all ages. With guest performances, school operas, recordings, and live streams as well as television and radio broadcasts, it delivers extraordinary experiences around Finland and the world. In terms of personnel, the FNOB is a medium-sized opera and ballet company. 

Utilizing design methods in shaping business with Vointy

Vointy, a health technology start-up company from Oulu, Finland teamed up with Etteplan to bring a health and wellness application of a whole new breed to the market. Instead of focusing on personal performance metrics and competing in the fragmented and saturated market of wearable technology the application is aimed at employers and their human resources development.

Carbon footprint calculation for Tuupala wood school

Tuupala wood school is the first school in Finland built using the solid wood element technology. It was built in Kuhmo in 2018 using the CLT element and gluelam technology. In the construction phase Healthy House criteria were used and the building was made in weather shelter. Tuupala day-care center has 60 pre-schoolers and grades 1-6 have 350 students.

Organizational carbon footprint calculation for Rudus Oy

Rudus Oy is a leading company for stone-based construction materials. Rudus offers services both consumers and companies. Rudus operates widely across Finland and it has a comprehensive network of concrete stations, aggregates and reception points of recyclable construction materials. Rudus is part of the globally operating Irish CRH group. 

EPD documents for two products of Molok Oy

Molok Oy is a pioneer in the waste management field, that designs and builds responsible Molok® waste management solutions for millions of people around the world. 30 years of operation Molok has grown into an international company whose products are known all worldwide.  The environment, cost and time-saving system is used daily by millions of people . The products are used in a variety of cultures with a total of more than 190 000 units. Today Molok® products are sold in more than 40 countries. 

Valmet develops green-transition technology that replaces plastic with new fiber products - Etteplan part of the project team

Valmet is a leading global developer and supplier of process technologies, automation and services for the pulp, paper and energy industries. With Valmet’s automation systems and flow control solutions the company serves an even wider base of process industries. Valmet has over 220 years of industrial history and a strong track record in continuous improvement and renewal.

Supporting Talenom with continuous security testing and awareness building

Customer box: Talenom is an agile and forward-looking accounting firm established in 1972. Talenom’s business idea is to make day-to-day life easier for entrepreneurs with the most user-friendly electronic tools on the market and highly automated services. In addition to comprehensive accounting services, Talenom supports its customers’ business operations with a wide range of expert services as well as financing and payment, and banking services.

Leading the digital transformation in the Glass Tempering industry with Glaston

As an innovative frontrunner, Glaston wants to be the global leader in the development of glass tempering industry with innovative technologies and life-cycle solutions. Glaston’s goal continues to be to build a better future through safer, smarter and more energy efficient glass solutions. One of the cornerstones of Glaston’s strategic vision is to lead digital transformation.

Ebusco works with Etteplan to lay foundation for technical content management

Ebusco is dedicated to the development, production and marketing of fully electric city and intercity buses and the associated ecosystem. It is originally a Dutch company, with its head office in Deurne. Currently, there are more than 350 Ebusco buses operating in major cities, such as Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Munich.

SEO’s digital leap is enabled by SEONappi – a mobile app developed by Etteplan

Established in 1978, SEO (Suomalainen Energiaosuuskunta) is a wholly Finnish oil company that is controlled by its merchants. The SEO network includes more than 220 distribution stations, service stations or unmanned filling stations. SEO merchants independently decide on their station’s services, as well as on their fuel distribution and pricing solutions. This forms the basis for the SEO network’s independent and autonomous nature.