Børn og natur er fremtidens råvarer.

 It is our vision

    • to be a modern municipal company, constantly adjusting to new market conditions through cooperation with private and public companies and institutions in order to gain and maintain a level of knowledge that will improve the competitive power of the company
    • to attract and keep qualified employees, who play an active role in increasing the company’s activities, both nationally and internationally.
    • to have a strong environmental profile and to execute changes in order to be known as one of the leading and most efficient waste management companies in Denmark.


Realizing that it is also our responsibility to take care of the environment, we are attempting to follow a pro-active path to protect environment. Odense Waste Management Company Ltd. is certified according to the environmental management standards ISO 14001 and EMAS.
At the same time we focus on the health and safety of the employees. In order to prove our systematic work in this respect we have also been certified according to the health and safety standard OHSAS 18000.

ISO 14001

ISO 14001 is an internationally accepted specification for an environmental management system. It specifies requirements for establishing an environmental policy, determining environmental aspects and impacts of products, activities, and services, planning environmental objectives and measurable targets, implementation and operation of programs to meet objectives and targets, checking and corrective action, and management review. Read more about ISO 14001.



EMAS ( Eco-Management and Audit Sceme) is a voluntary European Community initiative designed to improve the environmental performance of companies. Its aim is to recognise and reward those organisations that go beyond minimum legal compliance and continously improve their environmental performance. Participating organisations must regularly produce a public environmental statement that reports on their environmental performance. Minimising the amount of waste that is produced, reducing energy consumption and making more efficient use of resources can all lead to financial cost savings, in addition to helping to protect and improve the environment. Read more about EMAS.
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