Our advanced aviation solutions are designed to significantly reduce CO2 emissions through a variety of sustainable practices.

Our on-site recycling process captures and recycles spent glycol and water, dramatically reducing waste and energy consumption. Additionally, our highly efficient de-icing process minimizes aircraft idle time, reducing CO2 emissions from aircraft engines. We prioritize aircraft cleanliness with advanced cleaning techniques, keeping engines and surfaces free of buildup to minimize drag and further reduce emissions.

On-site recycling

Our on-site recycling process is not only environmentally friendly, but also helps reduce CO2 emissions in multiple ways. By capturing and recycling spent glycol and water on site, we eliminate the need for transportation of waste to external recycling facilities, which reduces carbon emissions from transportation. In addition, our recycling process consumes 80% less energy than traditional methods, resulting in even greater CO2 emission savings.


4,200 kg CO2

On average per 1 de-ice service

See full calculations and references here

Clean aircraft

According to a Airbus study from 2014, a clean aircraft can save up to 1,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year compared to a dirty aircraft. This is due to the reduced drag on the aircraft caused by dirt and other contaminants on the surface, which in turn reduces fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

The exact amount of CO2 saved by cleaning an aircraft depends on factors such as the size and type of the aircraft, the frequency of cleaning, and the specific cleaning methods used. However, it is clear that regular cleaning of aircraft can have a significant impact on reducing CO2 emissions and improving overall sustainability in the aviation industry. The example below uses numbers from this study.

The average A321 flies 3 sectors a day and can potentially save 51.3kg JET A per sector by performing regular cleaning. This would translate to:


59,129 kg CO2

Or the equivalent to charging 6,341,110 smartphones. In savings per year.

See full calculations and references here.

Clean engine

With our engine wash product we can remove the build-up of dirt and debris from the engine, which leads to a cleaner and more efficient engine. This results in reduced fuel burn and decreased CO2 emissions. In fact, studies have shown that a clean engine can result in up to a 1.5% reduction in fuel burn, which equates to a significant reduction in CO2 emissions.

With regular engine washes a A321 could potentially save up to:


276,739 kg CO2

Per year. Or the equivalent of driving 59 cars for a year.

See full calculations and references here.

Less ground time

Our automatic aircraft de-icing services and traffic management software are designed to minimize idle time for aircraft on the ground during de-icing operations. By automating and optimizing the de-icing process, we can significantly reduce the time that an aircraft spends idling on the ground, which in turn reduces its CO2 emissions.

On average we aim to reduce idle time by 4 minutes pr. aircraft during a de-icing event.