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On value creation adventures with Young Entrepreneurship

By Nina Øglænd on Jun 5, 2022 6:05:30 PM

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World Environment Day

When we were invited to be part of the jury while students from Bryne ungdomsskole this Friday competed in entrepreneurship we didn't hesitate for a second. What a joy so see such creativity and bright young minds at work with reuse and value creation as the goal! 

An inspiring entry to the weekend of World Environmental Day!

 

 

 

SAR took part in the jury in a the sustainability project that arranged at Bryne ungdomsskole on Friday June 3rd under the auspices of Young Entrepreneurship. Young Entrepreneurship is a nationwide organization that, together with the education system, the business community and other participants, works to develop children and young people's creativity, creative joy and belief in themselves.

This time it was the company Aarbakke at Bryne who had created a challenge where student groups competed to come up with the best idea of how different types of metal shavings from their operating operations could be reused or become a new product. 

 

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The motivation and creativity among the students was sky high and the jury had difficulties choosing and nominating specific winners. Finally the top three got their well deserved prizes, and the winning ideas were:

  • Steel cup with 2 chambers; one for hot drinks and one for cold drinks

  • Buttons for jeans and other clothes

  • Movable small stand with lift for wheelchair users


It was fantastic to be part of this and see such great environmental commitment among the young people. This bodes well for the future and we hope to see many of these great minds in our industry in the future .


The jury was composed of:

Dan Lillesund, Business Development Manager SAR

Ingbjørn Apeland, Opplæringsleder i Aarbakke AS

Sigve Aasland, Avdelingsleder TIP Bryne vgs.


World Environment Day on 5 June is the biggest international day for the environment and of course supported applauded by SAR. Lead by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and held annually since 1973, the event has grown to be the largest global platform for environmental outreach, with millions of people from across the world engaging to protect the planet.

 

Sustainability in SAR


For us, sustainability is very important.We recognise that every resource has a life cycle. The goal is to minimise the volume of waste generated and rather retain the resource for as long as possible through its lifecycle. Further by optimizing recycling of the resource and energy recovery we ensure that our customers reduce their environmental footprint

Read more: SAR supports the UN's sustainability goals, with emphasis on these six areas

 

SAR works continuously to prevent waste from occurring, improve waste sorting and increase the reuse and recycling of waste. Our proactive consultants provide daily advisory services to our clients to help reduce their environmental footprint. Through our advisory services, courses and expertise, we want to create a good collaboration with our customers and partners so that together we can achieve our goal of a more sustainable world.

Nina Øglænd

Written by Nina Øglænd

Hi there, I am Nina, and I am Commercial Director at SAR Gruppen AS. Got any questions or thoughts on our recent news, our products or services? Get in touch!

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