Environmental Policy

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At Viemose/DGS we care deeply about our planet. The practices and products that we offer are striving to create a future where the cultivation of vegetables is both cleaner and greener.

Our vertical farming solution is contributing to the reduction of the massive carbon footprint caused by transportation of cultivated goods. Enabling production to be located right next to the customers.

Our MGS system is designed to reduce both energy and water consumption. Using our MGS system will enable a production increase on 25-30% pr. square meter as opposed to conventional greenhouse table systems, thereby heavily reducing the energy consumption pr. plant. Moreover, by carefully adjusting the use of water according to the specific needs of the plant, the usage of energy and water is minimized even more.

The irrigation water is furthermore collected in a return tank, where it is purified and recycled, thus preventing unnecessary use of both water and fertilizer, and in that way contributing to a cleaner and greener environment for all of us.

With our MGS and vertical farming system we help increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the horticultural sector. Enabling a massive increase in production yields while at the same time using fewer resources.

Our MGS system is reducing the water consumption in lettuce and herbs production 30 times. Our solution furthermore purifies and reuses the irrigation water avoiding unnecessary fertilizer waste, thus contributing to cleaner water in the future.

Our vertical farming solution helps to promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization. By allowing the production of vegetables to become part of the urban structure, the massive carbon footprint caused by transportation of cultivated goods is severely reduced

Our MGS and vertical farming system helps to ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns, by carefully controlling the resources used in production, avoiding unnecessary use of both, water, energy, fertilizer and transportation