98 percent of the material used in our cast iron stoves comes from scrap which has been recycled. This is particularly good for the environment. It’s quite fascinating to think that your new stove might have once been a bicycle. Or a lamp post. Or a …
It’s no secret that too much energy is used in manufacturing. Far too much, even. We therefore make sure that at least 80 percent of our energy consumption comes from sustainable energy sources, mainly wind energy. You won’t find such a high percentage in many other companies (May 2009).
When you receive your Morsø stove from the dealer, it will be packed in recycled packaging.
We also use minimum print colours in thepackaging – and the small amount we do use is solely water-based.
There’s nothing that’s so useless it can’t be used for something. We take this quite literally at Morsø Jernstøberi, where the vast majority of our waste is sorted and reused for the benefit of the environment. This applies, in particular, to surplus or scrapped stoves or cast iron plates, which are sent off for re-smelting. You can see that we take this seriously by, e.g., the fact that our sorting centre is certified to the international standard for environmental management, ISO 14001.