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The focus lies on minimizing the waste we produce, re-using products and recycling as much as possible to reduce the percentage of residual waste. This requires a sustainable consumption and use of resources based on a life-cycle perspective. To achieve our goal of circular waste management, there must be both structure and knowledge about which materials have the characteristics that are best from the perspective of sustainability in terms of impact on the climate, biological diversity, and other environmentally dangerous effects.  


  • Reduce residual waste, hazardous waste and food waste
  • Increase recycling and re-use
  • The safe handling of chemicals with as little negative impact on the environment as possible


  • Limiting the purchase and use of single-use materials as well as non-renewable/recyclable materials
  • Establishing routines for waste management, re-use/donation of furniture and IT-equipment, as well as following up and doing a risk evaluation of the university’s chemicals, all of which is communicated to the students and employees.
  • Improving the means by which employees can contribute to a circular economy to achieve our goals through, for example, communication concerning the sorting of waste.


  • The University Director is responsible for heading up the efforts to develop routines and follow-up systems.
  • The heads of each section are responsible for seeing to it that policies and routines are carried out in their own section.
  • Those responsible for purchases and those responsible for chemicals, as well as all employees, are responsible for following policies and routines when they handle waste and chemicals.



Hanna Stafhammar Kjellgren

Hanna Stafhammar Kjellgren Qualified Analyst