We are working on several initiatives to strengthen sustainability
Significant contribution to the green transformation
As a leading kitchen supplier in Northern Europe, HTH is uniquely positioned to play a pivotal role in the green transformation. Our commitment at HTH isn't just business as usual; it's driven by a fervent passion to instigate the essential shifts that lead to a more sustainable future. Beyond providing high-quality products, we're equipped to help your projects align with a broad spectrum of internationally acclaimed sustainability certifications and standards. Join us in shaping a greener tomorrow.
Our areas of focus
HTH works with sustainability across several focus areas, each encompassing a range of the United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
Human Rights Due Diligence Report for 2022
Nobia's annual and sustainability report for 2022 addresses the company's approach to human rights due diligence, including the identification of significant risks and the actions taken. The report, which covers all companies in which Nobia had over 50% ownership at the end of 2022, contains details on human rights policies, due diligence procedures, supplier monitoring, and complaint handling. This is in accordance with the requirements of the Transparency Act § 5, and the information is available on the Nobia Group's website.
HTH, a part of the Nobia Group, actively engages in respecting fundamental human rights and ensuring fair working conditions, both internally and in the supply chain. In Nobia Norway, work is carried out in accordance with the Transparency Act to integrate human rights and decent working conditions into daily operations and the supply chain. Nobia builds its business on ethical principles and encourages employees and suppliers to work within these frameworks, with a strong focus on promoting and maintaining human rights and fair working conditions.
We focus on the entire product life cycle.
See which certificates and standards our products meet.
Reduction targets in line with the aims of the Paris Agreement
Transitioning to sustainability isn't an instantaneous feat for any company. Yet, what's crucial is establishing definitive, ambitious objectives rooted in substantive action rather than mere rhetoric. At HTH, we've taken a decisive step in this direction by collaborating with our stakeholders and joining the Science Based Targets initiative. Endorsed by the UN, this initiative enables businesses to voluntarily pledge and provide evidence that their greenhouse gas reduction endeavors align with the Paris Agreement's goals - specifically, capping the global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Through this, HTH demonstrates not just commitment, but tangible action towards a more sustainable future.
Our focus areas
HTH works with sustainability in several focus areas, each of which encompasses a number of the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
...but are doing so in partnership with our owners, Nobia – one of Europe’s largest kitchen groups, which has valuable expertise and resources available to promote the green transformation.