due to Coronavirus concerns.

We have decided to postpone Use-ReUse Day 2020 due to the coronavirus. Even if sustainability is a top priority, stopping the virus from spreading is more important right now. We respect that many prefer to avoid large gatherings and honour their companies’ travel restrictions.

We are monitoring the situation and will come back with a new date for Use-ReUse Day as soon as possible. But as of now Use-ReUse Day 2020, May 25, in Trondheim will not go ahead.

Keep washing your hands and stay healthy.

Welcome to Use-ReUse Day 2020 in Trondheim


Monday 25 may 2020 – 10.30 – 17.00
Clarion Hotel Trondheim

A new opportunity to become more sustainable, meet decision makers and improve your business

Use-ReUse Day 2019 gave us inspiring speakers, who shared insights, ideas and tools on every aspect of their sustainability efforts. Now we’re doing it again. Welcome to Use-ReUse Day 2020 in Trondheim, Norway.

Denis Mukwege is the keynote speaker. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018 for his efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war, and is celebrated for having treated more than 50,000 women and girls who have been raped in the conflict in the Congo.

That women should be safe is a given and an obvious part of social sustainability. On Use-ReUse Day we will also highlight economic and ecologic sustainability and how they affect profitability, the brand, the ability to attract employees and the development of the company. Sustainability is the largest issue of our time and we’ll emphasize it in a way that can make your company more competitive.

Welcome to Use-ReUse Day 2020, May 25, at the Clarion Hotel in Trondheim.

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Why participate

Marketing and communication

Customers and other stakeholders expect a company to be sustainable and transparent. It places demands on the marketing department to communicate in a way that increases competitiveness and strengthens the brand.

Product development

Products are now being examined in the smallest detail. Is all material sustainable? Is it possible to adapt products that have been manufactured for a long time to the new era and can you develop new, sustainable alternatives with the same characteristics as the old ones?


The demands are increasing that production must be sustainable and resource utilization minimal. A closed cycle of recycling and recycling is the ideal, but can it be achieved?


Customers demand that purchases – and suppliers – be sustainable. Perhaps the suppliers need to be trained in sustainability or is it time to choose other partners?

Personnel / HR

Sustainability is not just about climate and the environment, but also about diversity, equality, ethics and morality. The staff has new expectations and sets new requirements and the sustainability policy becomes an important tool for recruitment.


How do you ensure that investments are sustainable and what criteria should you use? Is there a process for assessing the investments and how should they be counted home? Old truths do not apply. The new time sets new demands.
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