Camfil Farr wins another major sustainability award

Camfil Farr has won the Nobelux Environment Award for General Sustainability for 2012. Anders Flanking, State Secretary to the Swedish Minister for the Environment, presented the prize to Myriam Tryjefaczka, Camfil Farr’s Corporate Sustainability Officer, at the Nobelux awards ceremony, held on September 26 in Brussels.

“Camfil Farr has been recognized as an industry leader in sustainability and eco-efficient filtration solutions for years. This has been accomplished by managing product performance and energy efficiency proactively instead of reactively. As a result, we supply healthy indoor air while helping customers to save energy and reduce their environmental footprint. Walking the talk is key aspect of the Camfil Farr Group’s commitment to sustainability. We keep on reducing our environmental impact and resource intensity. Several of our factories were the first in their country to receive the energy management certification according to EN 16001 and ISO 50001,” commented Myriam Tryjefaczka.

The NOBELUX Environment Award concept was developed in cooperation with Professor Johan Braet from the University of Antwerp.

Nobelux is a Swedish Chamber of Commerce for Belgium and Luxembourg that also acts as a bilateral Chamber of Commerce between the Nordic countries (Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Iceland), Belgium and Luxembourg. The organization develops and strengthens business and trade relations between these countries.
For more information about Camfil Farr’s sustainability initiatives, download the latest Sustainability Report from, or read the site’s pages dedicated to sustainability.
Russel Patten, General Secretary of EVIA congratulates Myriam Tryjefaczka, Camfil Farr’s Corporate Sustainability Officer


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