Hungarian factory initiative brings Coloplast one step closer to sustainability goals

In the coming years, Coloplast will invest DKK 250m in getting more sustainable, and in its now-concluded fiscal years, crucial steps have been taking towards the goal of recycling 50 percent of the company's production waste.

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In the last year, Coloplast has improved its capacity to recycle more of the waste arising from the medtech company's products.

With this initiative, the company has made an effort within a necessary area, Coloplast's Chief Financial Officer Anders Lonning-Skovgaard tells MedWatch.

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