It’s an instinct – the very first thing we do when we are born. Naturally, we expect the air to be clean, but we do not instinctively question the quality of the air we breathe. The scientific community and global media continue to report on the links between human health and poor air quality. Both national and international organizations are addressing this problem. As the health and economic impacts become more apparent, they strive to set new standards and raise awareness.
At Camfil, we view it as our responsibility to support these global initiatives so that you can take a breath with total confidence.
Camfil has been a sustainable company from day one. For more than half a century, we've helped people breathe cleaner air. We are convinced, together with our customers, employees and stakeholders, we can shape a truly sustainable future.
We have a strong in-house culture of sustainability born and bred in the Nordic market and embedded in everything we do globally today. Being sustainable gives us a competitive edge. But for us, it is a natural approach to our work that directly benefits our customers. We firmly believe the best solutions for our customers are the best solutions for our planet too. That’s why every step of the way – from design to delivery and across the product life cycle – we consider the impact of what we do on people and the world around us.
Through a fresh approach to problem solving, innovative design, precise process control and a strong customer focus, we aim to be more efficient in all aspects so we all can breathe easier. Find out more and discover how Camfil can help you to protect your people, processes and environment.
Åby Renseanlæg, which is part of Aarhus Vand, Denmark is a large and modern treatment plant that purifies wastewater in Aarhus Municipality. After experiencing challenges in the laboratory air, Camfil's air purification solutions came onboard for help.Case Studies Air quality Sustainability Air cleaners and air purifiers
Strong R&D results in advanced innovations - Camfil’s team is focused on developing and designing the products that are robust, reliable, and evolutionary.Innovation Technology and Research Sustainability
Molecular Contamination Control (MCC) products remove molecules, gases and vapours from the air that cannot be captured using ordinary particle filters. Molecules are typically 1,000 to 10,000 times smaller than the most penetrating particles that pass through HEPA and ULPA filters.
Camfil Power Systems (PS) provides filtration and acoustical solutions for turbomachinery including gas turbines, generators,industrial air compressors and diesel engines. Turbomachinery technology has evolved tremendously over the past decades.
Camfil Air Pollution Control (APC) develops and produces dust, fume and mist collectors for industrial exhaust-air cleaning. These extraction systems are used across a wide range of applications and industries, including metalworking, pharmaceutical, automotive, food and beverage, and mining.
World’s largest air purification system in a tunnel with an aim to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 11,000 tonnes annually. According to the United Nations Environment Programme, 92 percent of people in the Asia-Pacific region are exposed to high level of air pollution that pose significant risk to health.
Hinkley Point C in Somerset, United Kingdom is amongst the safest and most efficient nuclear power generator that is type of a Pressurised Water Reactor (PWR). With hundreds of megawatts electrical production in planning, safety of the process becomes a key concern.
In 2018, Camfil transitioned CEOs. Find out what our former and current CEOs think about Camfil’s approach to sustainability in this interview. Our management believe we can run a healthy business and do good at the same time!
A Message From Camfil Group Sustainability Officer. As you will read in this report, we have a bigger approach to sustainability where we look at our role as an employer and how we work with suppliers, distributors and customers to protect human rights, comply with trade regulations and ensure we help prevent corruption.
The WHO says that air pollution is the biggest environmental health risk. There are 3.7 million deaths every year attributable to outdoor air pollution and 4.3 million deaths attributable to indoor air pollution.
The Swedish government will step up measures to improve the indoor environment in Swedish housing. Enhancing professional competence will be the platform. Better ventilation and filtration technology will be the means.