The UN climate target in AGENDA 2030 that NRRAB meets and / or promotes:
No 3: Health and Well-Being: Ensuring Healthy Life and Promoting Well-Being for Everyone of All Ages
No 6: Clean water and sanitation: Ensure access to sustainable water and sanitation management for all
No 7: Sustainable energy for all: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
No 11: Sustainable cities and communities: Making cities and settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
No 12: Sustainable consumption and production: Ensuring sustainable consumption and production patterns
No 13: Fighting climate change: Take immediate action to fight climate change and its consequences
No 14: Sea and marine resources: Sustain and utilize the seas and marine resources in a sustainable way for sustainable development
No 15: Ecosystems and biodiversity: Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of land-based ecosystems, sustainably use the forests, fight desertification, halt and reverse soil degradation, and stop the loss of biodiversity
No 17: Implementation and Global Partnership: Strengthen Implementation and Revitalize the Global Sustainable Development Partnership
Our process prevents emissions into the air, soil and sea of heavy metals and organic pollutants, which contributes to better health for people of all ages. In addition, we reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, greenhouse gases, nitrogen oxides (NOx), and even Florina gases as there is no combustion. The risk of people and animals being adversely affected in their lives is greatly reduced.
We meet sub-goal 3.9
3.9 REDUCE THE NUMBER OF DISEASES AND DEATHS BECAUSE OF DANGEROUS CHEMICALS AND POLLUTANTS
By 2030, significantly reduce the number of deaths and illnesses caused by harmful chemicals and pollution and contamination of air, water and soil
Our process prevents contaminated emissions to water from heavy metals and organic compounds. With a supplement to our process, we can also prevent plastic and microplastics from entering the oceans from waste management. We can utilize water from our process by returning it to the beginning of the process. This reduces our own consumption of water. See sub-targets 6.3 and 6.6.
In our process, we can extract pure biogas that can be used to produce energy in the form of electricity that we use in our process or to produce steam or sell as biogas for the operation of vehicles or for heating. There is a great need for clean, cheap biogas as a fossil-free, renewable energy source worldwide, especially in the EU and in the developing countries.
Our process produces zero emissions and we reduce heavy metals, organic compounds and heavy metals in the air, and we also reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, greenhouse gases, nitrogen oxides (NOx), and also Florina gases in the air as there is no combustion with the accompanying emissions. All municipalities in Sweden and the world could clean the sludge without incineration. What a win for nature, the air and the sea. This results in less environmental impact per person, cities cleaner for the population with less health and ecosystems feeling better. The process we deliver can also clean contaminated, toxic soil areas that can be built up and provide green areas that are free of unhealthy substances in the soil.
We promote and fulfill sub-goals 11.6 and 11.7
11.6 REDUCE THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF CITIES
By 2030, cities will reduce the negative environmental impact per person, by paying particular attention to air quality and the management of municipal and other waste.
11.7 CREATE SAFE AND INCLUDING GREEN AREAS FOR EVERYONE
By 2030, provide universal access to safe, inclusive and accessible green spaces and public spaces, especially for women and children, the elderly and people with disabilities.
Our process produces no emissions (zero emissions) of either chemicals (medicine residues, dioxins, PHB, BCB) or heavy metals, and we significantly reduce its impact in air, water and soil. This also affects the possibility of increasing our tourist flows.
Sub-targets 12.4 and 12.5 we promote and fulfill. In addition, we participate in 12.A and 12.B
12.4 RESPONSIBLE HANDLING OF CHEMICALS AND WASTE
By 2020, achieve environmentally friendly management of chemicals and all types of waste throughout their lifecycle, in accordance with agreed international frameworks, and significantly reduce their emissions into air, water and soil in order to minimize their negative impact on human health and the environment.
12.5 REDUCE THE QUANTITY OF WASTE MARKET
By 2030, the amount of waste will be significantly reduced through measures to prevent, reduce, reuse and recycle waste.
12.A SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL CAPACITY OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION
Support developing countries to strengthen their scientific and technological capacity to develop towards more sustainable consumption and production patterns.
12.B DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING TOOLS FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM MONITORING
Develop and implement tools to monitor how sustainable development impacts sustainable tourism that creates jobs and promotes local culture and products.
Since our process produces 0 emissions, we reduce greenhouse gas emissions. If we avoid combustion from municipal and industrial sludge treatment in Sweden, the EU and worldwide, we significantly reduce emissions of metal hydroxides and greenhouse gases in addition to other toxic substances.
We are particularly promoting sub-target 13B.
13.B PROMOTE MECHANISMS TO ENHANCE THE CLIMATE-RELATED PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT CAPACITY
Promote mechanisms to increase the capacity for effective climate-related planning and management in the least developed countries, with a particular focus on women, young people, and local and marginalized communities
In our process, by completing equipment, we can ensure that the process also takes care of plastics and microplastics and in this way reduces emissions into the sea such as dioxins, PHB, PCB, DDT, furans, TCDD, AOX etc. in addition to heavy metals, organic compounds and various types of plastics.
Objective 14.1: By 2025, prevent and significantly reduce all types of pollution in the sea, in particular from land-based activities, including marine debris and nutrient supply.
Sub-target 14.2: By 2020, manage and protect marine and coastal ecosystems in a sustainable way to avoid significant negative impacts, including by strengthening their resilience, and taking measures to restore them in order to achieve healthy and productive seas.
Objective 14.3: Minimize and remedy the consequences of marine acidification, including through increased scientific cooperation at all levels.
Objective 14.5: By 2020, protect at least 10 percent of the coastal and marine areas, in accordance with national and international law and on the basis of the best available scientific evidence.
Our process contributes in a very positive way to preserving, restoring sustainable use of the ecosystem. We can easily produce non-toxic, nutritious and adapted fertilizers for agriculture and pellets for forestry. In our process, we can clean the soil (soil) from toxins and heavy metals in all landfills that are found in large quantities in Sweden. Also contaminated soil by different types of industries (eg sawmills) at beaches and other places.
We meet and promote the following sub-goals:
15.1 Preserve the restoration and ensure sustainable use of ecosystems on land and in fresh water;
15.2 Promote sustainable forestry, stop deforestation and restore depleted forests,
To 2020, promote the implementation of sustainable use of all types of forests, stop deforestation, restore depleted forests and greatly increase new afforestation and reforestation worldwide.
15.3 Stop desertification and restore destroyed land
To combat desertification by 2030, restore destroyed land and soil, including land affected by desertification, drought and flooding, and strive to achieve a world without net destruction of land.
15.5 PROTECTING BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY AND NATURAL LIVING ENVIRONMENTS
Take immediate and significant measures to reduce the destruction of natural habitats, stop biodiversity loss, and protect and prevent endangered species by 2020.
15.B FINANCING AND CREATING INCENTIVES FOR SUSTAINABLE USE OF FOREST
Mobilize significant resources from all sources and at all levels to finance sustainable forest use and provide developing countries with appropriate incentives to develop such uses, including for conservation and reforestation.
As our process reduces the release of toxic substances into soil, air and water, a global use of the process would greatly reduce the global impact of the environment worldwide. This, in turn, affects developing countries to participate in the UN goals for Agenda 2030. In addition, our process is considerably cheaper to use than some attempts at a conventional way of trying to clean sludge.
SUBJECT OBJECTIVES: 17.7 PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Promote the development, transmission and dissemination of environmentally friendly technologies to developing countries on favorable terms, including concession and benefit conditions, on terms agreed between the parties.
Sub-target 17.11 We promote an increase in the exports of developing countries