The goals of Ekopartnerit Turku are to channel business waste for recovery and minimise the final disposal of waste.
HUB Turku is a meeting place for operators and students from a variety of sectors. We wish to bring the top people together under the same roof to an innovative coworking space. You can come and work alone or together with other people to engage in networking or learning.
Kaivoasema receives and processes sludge from sand separator traps, grease traps, oil traps and gullies in the Southwest Finland area.
The goal of Kiertomaa is to develop regional soil recovery, promote the materialisation of circular economy in the field of land construction and, through its operations, to support the materialisation of the national waste plan.
Kuusakoski is the leading business in northern Europe offering industrial recycling services.
The goal of Lounais-Suomen Jätehuolto (LSJH) is to boost the reuse of materials, the increasingly effective identification of material flows and the development of new products, services and digital solutions.
Lounavoima is going to have an waste-to-energy plant built in Korvenmäki, Salo. Starting at the beginning of 2021, the plant will produce local energy from non-recycable waste that is suitable for incineration. The company is owned by Lounais-Suomen Jätehuolto (LSJH) and Salon Kaukolämpö.
Molok is a Finnish pioneer in waste management and recycling whose products are used in more than 40 countries. We want to support circular economy by providing clean, safe and effective semi-underground system for waste sorting.
TUAS is an inspiring community of 10,000 members – an innovative and multidisciplinary higher education institution, which creates international competitiveness and well-being for Southwest Finland.
The core competence of the Smart Chemistry Park businesses covers chemistry and its various sectors.
The City of Turku goal is to become carbon neutral by 2029. In order to attain this, the Turku area greenhouse emissions will be reduced by at least 80 percent by 2029 in comparison with the 1990 level.
The goal of the Regional Council of Southwest Finland and Valonia is to build Southwest Finland into a forerunner province of circular economy.
The point of departure for the operations of the Southwest Finland Centre for Economic Development, Transportation and the Environment (ELY Centre) is to ensure sustainable well-being, vibrant industry and commerce, attractive provinces and the environment.