In Aneby plant we have gradually converted to biofuel-based district heating to heat the factory. Where oil boilers have to be used as a backup measure whenever the heat is not adequate, we tend to use Environmental Class 1 oil. As a result, fossile CO2 emissions have decreased from 2700 to 900 tonnes between 2004 and 2011.
We purchased electricity mainly from hydro power and 7% of purchased electricity is from wind and solar power. Attends has conducted an energy assessment for the property and is continuously working to implement measures to streamline and reduce energy use and therefore carbon emissions.
Attends has very small emissions to water. Protective procedures are taken for storage of chemicals and hazardous waste spills are prevented.
Attends over the last five-year period, implemented a number of projects aimed at reducing consumption of both district heating, electricity and oil:
• Light-reducing electricity consumption
• Heat recovery from air compressors
• Heat recovery exhaust air and process air
• Regular check to make sure leakage of air is avoided
• Connecting the compressor - automatic regulation for compressed air needs
• Motion sensors for lighting
• Sectioning of lighting
• Dimming the lights in warehouse
• Conversion to district heating
 According to some research, district heating with combined heat and power has one of the lowest carbon footprints of all fossil generation plants. Main environmental emissions of district heating include NOx, particulates, hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide. Biofuels are a "good" fuel, the concentrations of heavy metals, ash and sulfur dioxide are low and the CO2 that is formed can be considered as part of the natural cycle.