We can't win without goals

At Grundfos, we truly believe that it is important to create attention to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, so thank you for visiting our site and contributing to a more sustainable world. During the Men’s EHF EURO in Hungary and Slovakia we’ll display our long-standing support of UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 6 – clean water for all, and Goal 13 – climate action. 

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Grundfos supports the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

The 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals need all the attention they can get. Grundfos particularly supports goal 6 and goal 13, because that’s where we feel we can make a difference. Focusing on ensuring clean water for all and combating climate change, these two goals highlight the importance of water to human life.

Goal 6: Clean water and sanitation

Goal 6 focuses on providing universal access to clean water and sanitation, which an estimated 785 million people currently do not have. This not only has a negative impact on their food safety and hygiene, it also affects job and education opportunities.

Goal 13: Climate action

Goal 13 focuses on stopping climate change and mitigating its harmful effects. It’s inevitable that climate change will cause water levels to rise and create extreme weather conditions if this important issue is not addressed immediately.

Win a signed official EHF Euro handball

In our Goal 6 & 13 quiz, you can win one of the cool official EHF Euro handballs which will be signed by the players of your national team. All you have to do is answer 5 questions.

Bringing clean water and sanitation to families in Malawi

In all 65 matches at the 2022 Men’s EHF EURO, Grundfos will award the best player with the Grundfos Player of the Match award. Each award comes with a donation of 38 hygiene kits, providing water and sanitation for families in Malawi.  

In the landlocked African country, one of the poorest in the world, only 63% of the rural population have access to the most basic drinking water services and only 41% have access to basic sanitation. Climate change and extreme weather events are affecting Malawi more than many people in the developed world – and things are getting worse.

Each donation will help 190 people in Malawi get access to hygiene items for one month – and that is potentially life-changing and life-saving. Head on over to Danish Red Cross to learn more about the project 

Pumps working behind the scene

The Men’s EHF EURO will be conducted in five sporting venues in Hungary and Slovakia respectively. The largest of the five stadiums is Budapest Mulitifunctional sports hall ”MVM DOME” with a capacity of up to 20,000 spectators. Therefore it’s essentially important that the pumps within this stadium runs smoothly throughout the entire tournament without faults. In the newly build MVM DOME 63 pumps are set to work reliably behind the scene, securing players and officials with efficient water supply, while also reducing the overall power consumption in the stadium.

Bringing comfort and sustainability into large venues

MVM DOME is an example of great sporting venues, where Grundfos pumps works silently and efficiently. Another great example is Krakow Arena in Poland, where up to 100 Grundfos pumps keeps the Arena sustainable and comfortable for thousands of fans. 

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