Article concerning KALK on www.csr.dk, 20.10.2015
"KALK A/S receives Cradle to Cradle Certification"
KALK mentioned on dongenergy.dk, September 2015
"Natural products and sustainability is the perfect match and the chosen way forward for the lime producer KALK A/S from Stevns. The opputinity to buy bio natural gas certificates from DONG Energy is a step in the right direction."
"If KALK, who produces mortar for 100% recycling, could decide, we should no longer use cement in Danish new construction. A Cradle to Cradle certification is going to ensure a product range that can be re-used over and over again for the benefit of the people and the environment"
KALK mentioned on www.vuggetilvugge.dk, 2015
"Cradle to Cradle certified lime mortar from KALK A/S is going to make buildings of the future heathier to live in and easier to recycle"
The campaign 'We are whitewashing' mentioned in 'Boligavisen Varde' on the 28.04.15
"The company KALK has launched a campaign, which aims to turn the spotlight on whitewashing as a craft"
Rasmus Jørgensen on national TV in 'DR1 Vores vejr' on the 21.04.15
Rasmus talks about, among other thing, why you should whitewash and about the ideal weather for whitewashing.
Rasmus Jørgensen mentionen on idenyt.dk on the 21.04.15
It is cheap to whitewash - if you do it the right way.
KALK mentioned on cradlepeople.dk on the 16.04.15
"We have to stop using cement in new construction in Denmark".
KALK mentioned in the article 'The Danes must start whitewashing'
"In collaboration with the company KALK, the associations launches a number of local initiatives in order to get the Danes to rediscover the many qualities of liming"
KALK mentioned in the article 'Take out your limer and fix the old town houses', 14.04.15
"If the whitewashing is done the right way, it can last up to 12 years".
KALK in the magazine ARKITEKTEN #3, march 2015
The building material of the future is now called: LIME.
KALK mentioned in 'Stevns Erhvervsråd' on the 02.12.14
KALK named 'Business of the Month' in Stevns.
KALK mentioned in 'Building Supply' on the 29.09.2014
KALK wants to make new buildings greener.
KALK mentioned in 'Stevnsbladet' on the 19.09.2014
KALK has received over 1 million DKK from Region Zealand to further develop their traditional lime based mortar.
KALK mentioned on the 'Danish Business Authority' website on the 28.01.2014
KALK wants to develop a new green business model.