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Partille World Cup takes responsibility for reduced climate footprint

Food waste and waste is a major challenge in the world. Sustainability is a central part of Partille World Cup's business development. We are big enough to make a difference, both on site and for young people's knowledge of how to concretely influence climate change.

Protein is an important source of nutrition to develop in one's sport. But you can choose climate feeders. Leftover food and garbage also have a big impact on the CO2 footprint. Therefore, it is central to take the right amount, cook the right number of portions and sort. Because those who are trash can be resources for someone else.


Celebrate the Planet gathers concrete projects where Partille World Cup step by step reduces the negative climate and environmental impact that tens of thousands of participants entail. At the same time, we create as many ambassadors who learn to act correctly. For a more sustainable future.

The food's CO2e

40 tons of raw materials are used for all portions of food during Partille World Cup. Food waste accounts for 8-10 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the world. In addition, each ingredient affects. Partille World Cup aims to reduce food's climate impact by having participants throw away less, receive food with a lower CO2 pressure and the planning of the food becomes more efficient. It is an important step towards being a sustainable event, where we also give the participants knowledge and tools to act more sustainably even outside the events.

Food waste

Reduced food waste is not just about participants taking the right amount of food. To get there, Partille World Cup's working methods are at least as important.

The Food Waste project aims to reduce food waste by, above all, changing routines for orders from suppliers, recipes, handling leftovers and being able to adjust the amount during the day.

Plate waste

During Partille World Cup, over 200 000 meals are prepared. The Plate Waste project inspires the participants not to take more food than they eat. The amount of food waste is also weighed so that the participants can compete in reduced food waste against different schools where other participants live. Together we reduce the total amount of food waste.

Green hosts

In Sweden, around half of household waste is incinerated. A large part of the waste could instead be sorted out for material recycling, composting or digestion.

Poorly sorted waste thus means both a waste of resources and a negative environmental impact.

Green hosts are available at our largest gaming centers. They help participants sort.

Through the Green Hosts project, more waste from Partille World Cup is recycled and, in addition, we spread knowledge about how important it is to sort the world through our participants.



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