Miljöservice belongs to the unique minority of companies that show strong growth in turnover, personnel and solvency and has therefore received the UC Nordic Growth Certificate.
The seal shows that Miljöservice has distinguished itself as a growth company.
The certificate is based on the previous year’s financial statements where growth, profitability, equity ratio and number of employees are some of the parameters measured and analyzed. Only 5% of Swedish companies qualify as growth companies each year. All of these companies are stable, successful and gaining new market shares.
The requirements to qualify for the UC Nordic Growth Certificate are high. Only a minority of Swedish companies qualify annually. Environmental services have grown by almost 40 percent per year. The upcoming financial statements will show a doubling of turnover.
– We are very happy with this award, which is also proof that we are doing the right things.
Our employees take responsibility every day and deserve a big thank you. Thanks also to our customers who make this possible.
– We had an incredibly good year behind us, including the start-up in Boden. Our aim is to continue to develop our approach and make it as simple as possible for our customers.
– The credibility provided by the certificate is an important part of the whole idea of our approach, which is based on ensuring safe handling of cases and maintaining mutual trust. Most importantly, we have good knowledge and communication with all our customers. In this way, we can maintain high quality and guarantee customer needs. – Says Miljöservice Norr Ab’s CEO Charlie Wiklund
We would also like to take this opportunity to tell you that we now work with cradle to cradle and Ecolabel certified substances. The EU Ecolabel is one of the world’s leading eco-labels and a Type 1 label.
This means that it is independent, takes a life-cycle perspective and takes a holistic approach to criteria development.
Being a Type 1 label means that the eco-label is governed by the ISO 14024 standard and is based on
- Continuous improvement, i.e. requirements are continuously being tightened.
- Life cycle perspective, i.e. the entire environmental impact of the product.
- Transparency in the working processes for developing criteria. The scientific community, environmental organizations and industry are invited to comment and participate in the development of the criteria.
- The requirements are set by an independent third party. In the case of the EU Ecolabel, it is the European Union Ecolabelling Board (EUEB).
- EU Ecolabel criteria are usually developed by the EU’s Seville Joint Research Center on behalf of the European Commission. The Swedish government participates in the voting of new criteria. Ecolabelling Sweden is advisory when voting.