Meet us at COP26 in Glasgow
In November UN COP26 climate summit takes place in Glasgow, Scotland. From Ragn-Sells, Pär Larshans, Director of Sustainability, Alar Saluste, project manager OSA and Jan Svärd, CEO of the innovation company EasyMining, will be participating on site invited by UNFCCC to the blue zone.
- If we are serious about creating a sustainable society, we have to exponentially increase the reuse of detoxified resources. Therefore, I am really looking forward to sharing knowledge and insight on already available circular climate solutions and inspiring policymakers and business leaders in Glasgow, says Pär Larshans, Director of Sustainability at Ragn-Sells.
On site in Glasgow
Pär Larshans, Director of Sustainability at Ragn-Sells
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Pär Larshans is an award winner in communication, social sustainability, and intrapreneurship, listed multiple times by Trust Across America as one of the Top Thought Leaders in Trust. He is the appointed expert in the government task force for setting environmental targets for sea and coastal regions in Sweden, and for the coalition group for climate-neutral Swedish industry by 2045.
Alar Saluste, Project Manager OSA (Oil Shale Ash) at Ragn-Sells Estonia
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Alar Saluste is responsible for the innovative circular economy project of production of calcium carbonate from oil shale ash. He has wide national and international experience, when it comes to technology development, engineering and construction of utilities, circular economy solutions, chemical, oil & gas. Alar has carried out large multinational projects in several European countries, Middle East and Russia, involving designing, engineering as well as project management.
Jan Svärd, CEO of EasyMining, an innovation company in the Ragn-Sells Group
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Jan Svärd is an expert in circular management of resources. EasyMining's technical solutions for recycling raw materials from, among other things, sewage sludge ash and fly ash have several times received support from Klimatklivet, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency’s climate investment support programme, for their potential to reduce climate emissions on a large scale.