Agenda 2030 for sustainable development

Agenda 2030 for sustainable development

Sustainability and reuse is one of our basic principles we work from and it is something we constantly try to improve.

Agenda 2030 and the global goals is a document that the UN produced in 2015 and describes a way in which all countries should work towards a more sustainable future.

"Agenda 2030 is an action plan with goals for the transition to a sustainable society for people, the planet and prosperity. Agenda 2030's goals and sub-goals are integrated and indivisible and encompass all three dimensions of sustainable development: the economic, the social and the environmental. "

Fixwell Hockey's partial goal

The company's vision is to work with a large measure of involvement in club life and youth hockey. There is a model for profit sharing with associations, partly to promote involvement in the collection of damaged hockey sticks and give the company a basis for further business, but also as a rewarding association and community involvement that does not need to steal focus from the already sporting involvement in the associations on the same way that many current financing options do (read Bingo tickets, spices, cookies, calendars, etc.).

Primarily, the company works to provide information to customers and consumers to point out its repair possibilities and the benefits in terms of economy and increased sustainability this entails. The customer gets knowledge and opportunities that bring profits both immediately and in the long term. The technique of the do-it-yourself kit is based on contributing to a more sustainable consumption and extended/new life on damaged hockey sticks. The do-it-yourself kit is supplemented with clear instructions to promote both the customer's safety in handling and execution, as well as knowledge of the sustainability challenges of our time.

Today, we primarily work to give the consumer relatively expensive hockey pucks a new, longer life after damage. Without Fixwell's technology and know-how to repair the clubs, they would be discarded earlier than necessary and thereby contribute to an unnecessary environmental burden both through a short lifespan and as a difficult-to-handle waste. In the long term, the company also wants to develop additional repair techniques and products that enable them to extend the life cycle of other parts of the hockey equipment.
Our Vision is to be able to cooperate with ice hockey associations in both Sweden and Europe by collecting broken hockey sticks and having the opportunity to take in used/leftover hockey equipment.
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