Electrolux invites the younger generation to explore solutions for a better living
Electrolux: Electrolux publishes an open letter to today’s youth, inviting them to join forces with the company and some of the most influential change-makers of today to explore solutions for future sustainable homes. The aim is to learn more about young people’s hopes, dreams and concerns, to be able to provide solutions tailored to their needs come 2030.
Electrolux Food Foundation launches Replate – an online space for inspiration and education on sustainable eating
Electrolux: Shifting to a sustainable diet is one of the simplest ways we can lighten our climate impact. The Electrolux Food Foundation has collated the latest research on the topic to launch Replate.
Electrolux contributes towards new water efficiency white paper
Electrolux: As a founding member of the 50L Home Coalition, Electrolux has contributed with its expertise to create a new white paper “A Circular Water Future” aimed at influencing institutions and authorities to re-evaluate water use policy around the world.
Designing for new life: The 90% recyclable prototype vac is here
Electrolux: Today during the Circular Initiative 2021 the “2-Infinity” prototype vacuum cleaner will be unveiled by Electrolux in partnership with Stena Recycling. The appliance is close to being fully recyclable, to a level of 90% compared to around 75% for a regular vacuum cleaner on the market. As a next step a small pre-series of up to 300 appliances will be evaluated for production.
Young people trust in themselves to lead the change towards a sustainable future – only 1 out of 10 believe in adults
News: Young people are not only willing to drastically change their lifestyle in order to save the planet. They also see themselves as sustainable advocates and leaders towards a more sustainable future, according to a new global study from Electrolux revealing the thoughts of almost 14,000 young people around the world.