Grundfos contributes to World Wildlife Fund accolade for Denmark

Grundfos Pumps

Denmark’s ‘Gift to the Earth’ award from the World Wildlife Fund is WWF’s highest accolade and recognises that it is possible to promote a sustainable society while at the same time delivering a balance between a successful economy and societal welfare. It was noted that well known clean-tech companies such as Grundfos Pumps demonstrate that it is possible to deliver good business results out of green solutions.

Grundfos Pumps comments that it has been working towards contributing to a more sustainable future for many years by improving the efficiency of each generation of pumps and reducing its own energy demands.

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