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Our climate footprint

Measures to take care of the earth, the climate and the future

CO2 footprint and emission

Less emissions are always a decision parameter in all decisions, big or small, we make.
At Racehall, we want to optimize and improve ourselves in all respects.

Therefore, throughout the Racehall, we are constantly working to minimize our CO2 footprint and emissions.
It is our clear goal that it must go hand in hand with our good service and the experience you get with us as a customer.
In addition, finances and employee well-being are, among other things, the use of non-toxic special petrol, warm LED light sources, solar cells and natural ventilation are also part of the many factors that play into our decision-making basis.

Racehall discharges annually at our 2 locations a total of approx. 220 tonnes of CO2, which corresponds to the climate impact from only 11.5 average Danish families.
In the prepared CO2 reports, which you can find below, you can read more about the CO2 footprint and emissions broken down for our 2 locations.

At Racehall, we want to be constantly developing, so that we as a company and workplace can get better and better every day, week, month and year.
We therefore look forward to sharing new initiatives with you in the future.

See climate report for Racehall Aarhus
See climate report for Racehall Copenhagen

Green transition

Along with the construction of Racehall Copenhagen in 2019, several different sustainable choices were made. At Racehall Copenhagen, we have solar cells on the entire roof of the administration building and use LED lighting both outside and inside. Drainage ditches have been established around the entire hall so that we do not burden the municipal sewerage system unnecessarily. The parking space and the floor in the hall are cast on top of recycled material.

Indoors, our gangs are made of recycled plastic and we use environmental petrol and new catalysts on the exhausts. In this way, we also ensure that it is pleasant to stay inside the hall itself. In relation to digitalization, we are both in Aarhus and Copenhagen, in the process of getting as many guests as possible to download our app, so that we can save plastic cards and paper printouts of lap times.