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Höppner Management & Consultant: 25 years for environment, protection and consulting

The engineering office and management consultancy Höppner Management & Consultant GmbH from Wedemark is celebrating its 25th birthday this year. The company focuses on occupational safety, health and environmental protection as well as sustainability, climate protection and management systems and is on a continuous growth path. In the age of …

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Höppner Management & Consultant is committed to climate protection

On March 12, the “Plant a Flower Day”, Höppner Management & Consultant voluntarily planted 300 beech trees in a nature reserve in the Baarsen district of Bad Pyrmont.

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Climate protection: The challenges for companies are growing

Around 25,000 people recently met at the UN climate conference “COP26” in Glasgow, Scotland. It is not clear whether the resolutions are sufficient to achieve the important 1.5 degree target for limiting global warming.

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New Carbon Leakage Regulation places higher demands on companies

Our legal register team has important information for all manufacturing companies that are subject to emissions trading: In order to eliminate competitive disadvantages in the context of national fuel emissions trading, the federal cabinet passed the BEHG Carbon Leakage Ordinance (BECV) on March 31, 2021.

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Hazmat salvage completed in Beirut

Today the time has finally come: the work in the Port of Beirut is finished. Since the beginning of November, HÖPPNER has been taking care of the hazardous materials that have been stored in the port for decades on behalf of the company CombiLift from Bremen.

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Dangerous goods expertise in Beirut

We can all still well remember the terrible disaster on August 4th last year in the port of Beirut, when 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate exploded and entire neighborhoods were reduced to rubble.

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