Tag: Environment

A green footprint runs through everything that Sund & Bælt is involved in. Its aim is to take responsibility for the surrounding environment and bring transport and conservation together. Read more about how Sund & Bælt takes responsibility for the environmental and climate impacts that our activities give rise to.

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Bente Madsen

Social responsibility

Sund & Bælt’s CSR policy is rooted in our values and in the Ten Principles of the UN’s Global Compact, which covers human rights – including labour rights, environmental protection and anti-corruption. Sund & Bælt is affiliated with the Global Compact.

Our social responsibility

This commits us to be one of Denmark’s major infrastructure managers. Sund & Bælt’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) is to contribute to social, environmental and economic sustainability and thereby take responsibility for the surrounding community.

Vedligeholdelsesarbejde på Storebælts hovedkabel

People and the environment

Sund & Bælt wishes to be an attractive workplace which is able to attract, retain and develop talented employees and managers. We believe that committed employees and managers create value for customers and the company.

Borgen på Sprogø

Environment and Climate

Sund & Bælt’s fundamental position is to show responsibility for the environmental and climate impacts that arise from our activities.

Britta Carlsen, S&B medarbejder

Personnel policy

Sund & Bælt’s personnel policy aims to attract, retain and develop employees with the qualifications and skills necessary for the effective fufillment of Sund & Bælt’s objectives.

Visualisering af sænketunnelen Femern

Respect for the environment

Femern A/S is aware that the construction and operation of an infrastructure project the size of the Fehmarnbelt fixed link will affect the environment. Adverse environmental impacts will be avoided or minimised as much as possible.

Fugle ved Sprogø

Environmental policy

Sund & Bælt supports sustainable development and wishes to help meet the objectives which society sets for the environment and climate. This is done by ensuring that traffic flow on the company’s facilities and its operations and maintenance are carried out in a manner that takes full account of the impact on the surrounding environment.


Sprogø in the middle of Storebælt connects the Storebælt link’s bridges and tunnel. The island measures 154 hectares and as part of the construction work quadrupled in size.