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A chain reaction of cooperation and support
To Kristine Veilleux, a necklace is more than just a piece of jewelry. It is also a powerful tool to raise awareness and funds. She’s an ambassador for Grundfos’ employee programme, Water2Life, and she designed a necklace in collaboration with the Danish jewelry company Pilgrim. This initiative started a chain-reaction, which in the end will bring water to San Isidro Hospital in Honduras. http://spr.ly/6189DzMIt
Reliability and resilience are key traits, when it comes to solutions for wastewater treatment. Sven Harlos knows this. He’s a project manager at Watercare, and is making sure that his seven SRG-pumps from Grundfos are up to the task. They are. The pumps are at the very center of operations in the bioreactors of Mangere Wastewater Treatment Plant in Auckland, New Zealand, where they play an important part in securing the right quality of the treated wastewater.
The fight against climate change is one we cannot afford to lose. That is why we are taking it on in every field, including the handball arenas.
Here, goal 13 of selected games triggers a donation to sustainable farming projects in Peru and Bolivia through projects we are supporting in collaboration with the NGO Practical Action.
You can learn more about this and the other projects we support here:http://spr.ly/6187DKqd3
Tonight, the first teams get the Men’s European Handball Championships going. We’re happy to be one of the sponsors of this great tournament, and we are ready to cheer all teams on, and celebrate all the great goals.
But we’ll put special emphasis on some. In selected games, we’ll make a little extra noise for goal 6 and 13. Check out the video to find out what we’re doing and why. http://spr.ly/6185DKqbc