CREATING CIRCULAR FLOWS
Stena Recycling's new Circular Initiative for sustainability puts the focus on an important societal challenge and is attracting decision-makers from Sweden's largest industrial companies. Several projects for developing circular material flows are already underway.Read More
STENA CIRCULAR ECONOMY AWARD
In June, eleven Swedish Upper Secondary School students received the Stena Circular Economy Award. The award is in the form of scholarships for Upper Secondary School students who are contributing to conversion to a circular economy with more efficient conservation of the Earth's resources.Read More
WITH A FOCUS ON PLASTIC
Interest in plastic recycling is extremely high. This was clearly demonstrated at Stena Recycling's Knowledge Day at the Stena Nordic Recycling Center in April. More than 200 guests from several countries attended to listen and participate in the discussions.Read More
FIRST PLANT WILL BE BUILT IN COPENHAGEN
When waste is incinerated to produce heat and electricity, ash is also produced. Only in the Nordic countries several hundred thousand tons of incineration ash need to be dealt with every year. Rather than being transported long distances to special landfills, ash can now be treated and deposited at standard local landfills. All thanks to a technique developed by Stena Metall Group's Research & Development Department.Read More
BEST SUPPLIER 2018
Stena Aluminium has been named "Best Supplier of the Year 2018" by Gnutti Carlo Light Metal Division, which owns the aluminium plant Ljunghäll and is one of Stena Aluminium's largest customers.Read More
Mining equipment, excavators, forklifts, loaders and trucks. The list of different types of vehicles that now run on electricity is constantly expanding. Electric cars and plug-in hybrids will dominate the market by the year 2026.Read More
Profit for the financial year 2017/2018 was MSEK 743 – the best in Stena Metall Group's history.
"I am impressed by the commitment and business acumen that our employees have shown throughout the Group over the past year," says CEO Anders Jansson.
With a new campaign, Stena Recycling is taking a step forward in the discussion about plastic and is sharing its expertise. Simultaneously, the company is helping create a circular flow of soft plastic amongst customers and producers.Read More
STENA METALL OPENED THE OSLO STOCK EXCHANGE
Monday, 3 September, Stena Metall had the honor of ringing the opening bell of the Oslo Stock Exchange. The reason being that Stena Metall Group's green bond had been listed that same day.Read More
SPHERE FORUM - 2018
This year’s Sphere Forum was held at the Stena Nordic Recycling Center in Halmstad – one of the world’s premier recycling facilities. Since the acquisition of the property five years ago, the buildings have been filled with advanced technology that takes recycling to a new level. Today, the Stena Nordic Recycling Center is a game changer in recycling.Read More
“I can’t grow unless I collaborate with my colleagues”
What is it like making a career in a new language? Somebody who knows is Madalina Popescu. She is one of five international talents participating in the Stena Metall Diversity & Competence Program.Read More
The Stena Metall Diversity & competence program
In February, Stena Metall started up a Diversity & Competence Program where a group of technicians and economists with foreign backgrounds and a university degree are participating in the work in different departments that matches their competence and expertise. Michael McGrath, Director of Corporate Affairs, notes that the results are living up to expectations.Read More
PLASTIC RECYCLING ON A ROLL
With new ways of separating and processing, recycled plastic has the potential to be a valuable resource in the same way as metals already are. Stena Recycling and Technoworld are planning several projects involving the development of plastic recycling, which will create completely new sustainable values, in collaboration with the business community and local authorities.Read More
CHEMICAL RECYCLING ON TRIAL
Some plastics are difficult to recycle in mechanical processes. There is a need for other methods.
“One method we are testing is chemical recycling where, in principle, all plastic can be recycled by means of gasification”, says Christer Forsgren, Head of Technology & Environmental Science at Stena Metall.