Biltema is a company that offers a wide range of products across diverse areas. We believe in renovating and repairing, and we have something for the whole family. The world today requires a different kind of consumption where the focus is more on the use, and re-use of products. We therefore focus on offering possibilities to repair a car instead of purchasing a new one or to mend a pool by simple means, which is why we offer quality products at better prices. At the same time, we are moving away from a ‘throw-away’ culture by not following trends that bait customers into unnecessary purchases, such as regular clearance sales.
We care about the environment and, to show that we care, in 2018 we started a project called Plastic Hunters to reduce plastic. The Plastic Hunters project aims to reduce unnecessary plastic in transport and product packaging. To work more extensively with the project, Biltema will no longer solely focus on plastic in packaging but also in other materials across the product range.
In 2022, we phased out all printed material. Among other things. Biltema's well-known catalogue, which has been printed and distributed to around 14 million households in the Nordic countries twice a year. This is the end of printed catalogs and brochures, replaced by increased online marketing.
Following below are a few issues related to sustainability that Biltema will be working actively with moving forward in order for the company to be more eco-friendly.
If you would like to read and download our whole sustainability strategy, please click in the link below.