Clean technology, or cleantech, in short, aims to improve environmental sustainability and reduce negative environmental impacts through the sustainable use of resources. Many of the United Nations 17 development goals for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development are related to the usage of clean technology since it is an essential part of designing a sustainable future.
Cleantech assets can include investments in water purification, green transportation, eco-efficient production techniques, or renewable energy, just to mention a few of the options available.
We are proud to have Järven Ecotech as one of our portfolio companies. Järven Ecotech provides key solutions for industries with wastewater treatment needs, and public water distributors (municipalities and water utilities).
They are also a leading provider of floating baffles/walls and energy-efficient aeration products for industrial levels of water treatment (wastewater, stormwater, and landfill leachate).
The company’s environmental efforts are greatly appreciated by us and many others, and they are working diligently to find materials that provide the least possible environmental impact.
We’re thrilled to add Tecomatic Entreprenad to our impact investment portfolio as part of our growth strategy. Tecomatic specializes in products made for the health of marine environment.
They are a nisched company helping to clean the sea from sediments that are harmful to the oceans.
Tecomatic Entreprenad is the main provider within their segment and has actively been working towards a better environment for 30+ years.
Our goal is to nationally grow our cleantech portfolio that protects and cleans the marina with cost-effective solutions as part of our impact investment focus.
Bioteria is a world leader in biotechnological solutions for fat problems and efficient waste management. They have spent the last 20 years developing environmentally friendly solutions to the fat problem that causes social and environmental problems.