Assemblin conducting installation work at high-tech resource extraction plant

Major environmental gains are anticipated when Stockholm’s state-of-the-art sorting facility becomes operational in 2024. Assemblin’s specialists are installing multiple systems at the Högdalen facility to a total order value of SEK 33 million, which will reduce Stockholm residents’ climate footprint.

The facility will use modern technology to enable the separation of food-waste bags, plastics and metals erroneously ending up among residual waste. Facilitating the sorting and recycling of nearly all materials, this represents a significant environmental gain. During construction, Assemblin’s assignment includes several technologies, including installing ventilation, heating, sanitation and automation. Certain processing systems are also being installed at the plant. The customer is Stockholm’s municipal water and sanitation organisation.

“In our view, this project is both essential and timely. With sustainability issues high on Assemblin’s agenda, we are happy to play a part in making Stockholm more sustainable,” says Joakim Wall, Regional Manager at Assemblin Ventilation.

Estimated to help reduce the city’s CO2 emissions by some 32,700 tonnes annually, the facility is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2024.

For further information, contact:

Joakim Wall, Regional Manager, Assemblin Ventilation, +46 10 452 73 22,

Åsvor Brynnel, Head of Communications and Sustainability, Assemblin, +46 10 475 39 48,

About Assemblin

Assemblin is an end-to-end installation and service partner with operations in Sweden, Norway and Finland. We design, install and maintain technical systems and solutions for air, water and energy. Our vision is to create smart and sustainable installations that make buildings work and people feel comfortable. We make this possible through close local collaboration and are supported by a strong organisation. We have annual sales of SEK 12.9 billion and about 6,700 dedicated employees at more than 100 locations in the Nordic region. Read more at