EcoDataCenter is the first to deploy Alfa Laval heat exchangers made using recycled steel, produced without new CO2 emissions from SSAB. This deployment is said to signify a pivotal moment in the ongoing effort to reduce carbon emissions within the supply chain, exemplifying the significance of collaboration in the journey towards a sustainable future.
”It is crucial to leverage innovations together with partners. This underlines the importance of collaborative efforts in mitigating emissions,” says Peter Michelson, CEO at EcoDataCenter.
The result of a Product Carbon Footprint assessment of the latest data centre at EcoDataCenter 1 shows that 60% of the embodied carbon comes from the equipment. The introduction of Alfa Laval heat exchangers made using SSAB Zero, a recycled steel produced without new CO2 emissions, is a significant step forward in EcoDataCenter’s mission to reduce emissions.
”Alfa Laval’s commitment to sustainability is further strengthened through our collaboration with EcoDataCenter. By incorporating recycled steel in our heat exchangers, we are not only reducing our own carbon footprint but also driving the entire value chain towards a cleaner and more sustainable future,” says Anna Blomborg, Manager of Data Center Alfa Laval.