The Norwegian Environment Agency has launched an electronic solution for the declaration of hazardous waste. All enterprises that are required to deliver and declare hazardous waste must do so via avfallsdeklarering.no after a transitional period.
At Entro, we have already guided several customers through the transition to electronic waste declaration, and we are very familiar with the process you must go through to start using the system. If desired, we can handle the entire process, or be available to provide support during the process.
In the future, we can also take care of the declaration work on behalf of the enterprise.
Entro has opened a new office in Bergen. Four of our capable energy consultants have worked at the office in Fyllingsdalen since 1 September and will provide Entro’s services to all of West Norway.
Like previous years, Entro has also decided to give a Christmas present to a charitable cause. There are very many to choose from. This year we have chosen an organisation that never gives up, and gives hope every day – namely Amnesty International. Our financial donation was in the amount of NOK 25,000.
Norwegian enterprises can save a lot of money by having the right industry code in the Central Coordinating Register for Legal Entities. Read the article in the journal Anleggsmagasinet, in which Senior Consultant Tore Sørgjerd explains why construction companies, among others, are paying millions too much in electricity tax.
A much improved version of our system for waste monitoring, Optima Waste, is available now. The New Optima Waste gives the user the control, information and analyses that lead to savings and improvements in a simpler way.
Børge is taking over a company with international ambitions. We assume that the success we have experienced in Sweden is confirmation that there is also a great need for our services outside of Norway. Exciting times lie ahead for Entro,” says the retiring CEO of Entro, Tor Lindholt.
Entro congratulates KLP Eiendom (Fornebu S) and Unibail Rodamco (Mall of Scandinavia) with the top honour and second place in the retail trade category, when the world’s most sustainable building was named. KLP Eiendom also won the general public award.
The CEO of Entro, Tor Lindholt, says that this marks the definitive breakthrough abroad. “Our monitoring technology is chosen because it is best.”
Avinor has decided that Værnes should be Norway’s most environmentally friendly airport. The road to this goal is paved with detailed measurements of energy consumption for the entire airport with Entro Optima and active energy monitoring. This initiative is already bearing fruit: over the last two years, Avinor has saved energy consumption equivalent to that of 150 detached houses.
Version 7 of the EOS log will be launched on 1 April, and at the same time the web services will be renamed Entro Optima. The new version is more user-friendly thanks to improvements in the design and to the user interface.
It has now been compulsory for four years to make energy assessments of technical installations and use energy labelling for work buildings. NVE (the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate) has spent the last four years providing information about the regulations, and it has now started to send day penalties to building owners who do not comply.