Clas Ohlson in Trondheim, Norway, wins sustainability award

For the first time, Sirkus shopping center in Trondheim has awarded a sustainability prize, and Clas Ohlson was named the winner.

"I am so happy and proud of my co-workers s who are doing a great job! We have a great focus on sustainability as a company, and we actively work on it in our daily operations. There are always things we can improve upon, and we are continuously working forward," says Hanna Marie Størseth, Store Manager at Clas Ohlson.

Clas Ohlson won the award with the following motivation:

"The winner of this year's sustainability award is a great role model for Sirkus Shopping.

The store is unique with a strong emphasis on waste sorting, the environment, reuse, and recycling.

In the photograph, from left: Sondre Skjevik, Hanna Størseth, Julian Sommer, Jennie Øie, Lill Berntsen, Ida Rokke.

The store shows great commitment to social sustainability and diversity.

They participate in the center's new project involving product rentals.

The store focuses significantly on sustainable shopping choices, emphasizing products that reduce material usage, food waste, energy, and water consumption.

They impose requirements on suppliers to ensure fair working conditions during the production of goods.

The staff has high professional competence regarding their products. The store actively communicates its sustainable commitment across various platforms, both in-store, on the website, and through advertising.

The winner of the 2023 sustainability award goes to Clas Ohlson."

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