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Electrolux introduces new Product Recyclability Tool

Electrolux unveils a new Product Recyclability Tool to support its ambitious circularity goals.   The prototype tool, unveiled today at the Circular Initiative event in Stockholm, Sweden builds on...

Electrolux reduces sea transport emissions by 15% in 2022

Electrolux will now use more sustainable fuels for 25% of its total sea freight. By partnering with shipping companies Maersk and CMA CGM Group to use biofuel based on waste oils and LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas), Electrolux will reduce its sea transport greenhouse gas emissions by 15 percent already in 2022.

Electrolux female leaders reflect on gender equality

This year’s United Nations International Women’s Day 2022 theme “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow” prompts dialogue on an issue more relevant than ever. We asked some...

On the way to zero waste to landfill

Over 97% of the total waste produced at our manufacturing sites was either reused or recovered last year – and 32% of our factories are now 'zero waste to landfill' certified – taking us on our...

Driving sustainability through collaboration

We know that consumers want to live more sustainably and are looking for products that help them achieve this. To support consumers on this journey, we’ve created a new role to build...

Sustainable eating: The role of food preservation

Developing technologies to help consumers along the way to delicious, healthy, and sustainable meals – this is Elena Breda’s focus as she heads up Global Food Preservation at Electrolux....

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