Tallinna Sadam

The Port of Tallinn has an ambitious plan to develop a hub for the Baltic Sea green infrastructure in Estonia together with its partners, which would contribute to Estonia’s climate neutrality goals and increase the country’s competitiveness. The best ways to convert ferries to hydrogen are also being sought, and cruise ships will be offered the ability to refuel in the Old Port.

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woola
Woola
Woola is an Estonian company that produces residual wool bubble wrap that can be used to pack delicate items. Approximately 90% of wool produced in Estonia remains unused. It makes about 153 tons of wool a year, ending either in a landfill or underground. Recently, Woola also won the title of newcomer of the year at the Estonian Startup Awards.
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Tallinna Sadam
The Port of Tallinn has an ambitious plan to develop a hub for the Baltic Sea green infrastructure in Estonia together with its partners, which would contribute to Estonia's climate neutrality goals and increase the country's competitiveness. The best ways to convert ferries to hydrogen are also being sought, and cruise ships will be offered the ability to refuel in the Old Port.
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glamox
Glamox
Glamox is a leading supplier of lighting solutions for professional buildings, providing the perfect solution for schools, healthcare, commercial and commercial buildings, shops, hotels and restaurants. We are proud to present the two Luxo product families that have been awarded the Red Dot Diania Awards in the product design category.
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