A circular ecosystem of economy.


Industriel Symbiose Kalundborg


The Kalundborg Symbiosis is an industrial ecosystem, where the residual product of one enterprise is used as a resource by another enterprise, in a closed cycle. An industrial symbiosis is a local collaboration where public and private enterprises buy and sell residual products, resulting in mutual economic and environmental benefits.

Systems make it possible, people make it happen.
In the development of the Kalundborg Symbiosis, the most important element has been healthy communication and good cooperation between the participants. The symbiosis has been founded on human relationships, and fruitful collaboration between the employees that have made the development of the symbiosis-system possible. On the right, you can read about some of the most important lessons in creating and maintaining successful symbiosis that we have learned over the last four decades.




In a successful symbiosis...
......the members fit together, but can be different.
...the members focus on large,
continuous waste streams.
  ...every project is economically feasible.
...the geographical distance between the members is small.
...the ideological distance between the members is small.