We have collected our work with sustainability under the heading &action

We have done this to promise ourselves and each other that there must be action behind the words.

At &SHUFL, we’re making a difference with our green agenda.

We’ve chosen three action areas in which we can help each other contribute to a better climate.

Where sustainability is as important as design and price when choosing a new kitchen.

This requires: Transparency, Product development, and Recycling.

We were the first to hack IKEA kitchens now we want to hack for a better future

1. Transparency

We will be open and honest about what our products cost in climate impact. It gives you the opportunity to choose not just based on design and economy, but also the environment in terms of CO2.

For most people, COconsumption is a somewhat abstract quantity. We have set out to make this new coin base easier to understand. We do this by comparing our own products’ climate footprint with meat consumption, flights and streaming – we believe this is one of the keys to conscious consumption and more informed choices.

2. Product development

We will improve our existing products and develop new, greener collections.

Based on thorough analyzes of the structure of our products, we have initiated various initiatives to reduce our products’ climate footprint. Our mission is that these analyzes equip us to not only develop products based on aesthetic choices, but also based on the lowest possible consumption of CO2.

Oct. 2022: Farewell to MDF

As an important part of making our products more environmentally friendly, we have decided to phase out MDF, which is normally used in the core of kitchen doors. We have already removed MDF from several of our collections.⁠ Feel free to ask about it when you shop with us, and we can guide you in choosing products without MDF. Read more here about why we say “Farewell to MDF”.

Nov. 2022: New collection made from recycled wood

The Core collection was designed by &SHUFL in collaboration with award-winning Johansen Skovsted Architects, with the starting point of reducing the CO2 footprint both now and in the future, and at the same time creating a unique expression. The collection of fronts, sides and table tops is therefore made from sheets of recycled wood instead of MDF. Read more about the new collection here.

3. Recycling

Far too many well-functioning kitchens are thrown away because the worktop or kitchen doors have become ugly. With &SHUFL keep™️, we want to make it easier to make an environmentally friendly choice – to supplement existing kitchens, and reuse as much as possible of the old kitchen, instead of replacing it all. ⁠We can produce for most new kitchen systems.

We want to be frontrunners in the green transition in our industry.

We have kick-started the process by mapping &SHUFLS COemissions and obtaining data from all our suppliers and manufacturers.

In collaboration with experienced environmental consultants, we have processed this data and based on this defined &SHUFLs sustainability strategy, based on the areas where we can make the biggest difference as quickly as possible.

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At &SHUFL, we want to make a difference – we believe that transparency is an important part of creating positive development. We want to be open and honest about what our products cost in climate impact. It allows you to choose not just based on style and economy, but also

That's how much CO2 &SHUFL's collections emits

See what your cuisine choice compares to in beef, streaming
and flight kilometers – measured in CO2

Wood w. wooden edges *

30 kg. CO2-e pr.m2

Corresponds to:

  0,84 kg

  183 hours

  4 km

Fronts for an average kitchen in Wood
will emit 510 kg of CO2

Laminat w. wooden edges *

34 kg. CO2-e pr.m2

Corresponds to:

  0,99 kg

  210 hours

  11 km

Fronts for an average kitchen in laminate
will emit 578 kg of CO2

Raw *

36 kg. CO2-e pr.m2

Corresponds to:

  1,05 kg

  224 hours

  17 km

Fronts for an average kitchen in Raw
will emit 612 kg of CO2

Linoleum w. wooden edges*

39 kg. CO2-e pr.m2

Corresponds to:

  1,11 kg

  237 hours

  22 km

Fronts for an average kitchen in Linoleum
will emit 663 kg of CO2

Painted *

43 kg. CO2-e pr.m2

Corresponds to:

  1,23 kg

  265 hours

  34 km

Fronts for an average kitchen in Painted
will emit 731 kg of CO2
* INFO ABOUT DATA: The calculation of the CO2-e load per collection is carried out by an external partner based on the PEF standard for furniture (Product Environmental Footprint), prepared by the EU Commission. Data is incl. Materials, production, transport, waste and CO2absorption. Errors are reserved.

We have gathered our work with sustainability under the name &action

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