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the absolute numbers are still low. In 2019, 8.8% of first-time registered passenger cars in Finland were gas, electric and ethanol cars as well as rechargeable hybrids, 77.6% were combustion engines and 13.6% were non-rechargeable hybrids (Finnish Information Centre of Automobile Sector). In 2019, under 2% of Finland’s entire car fleet consisted of gas, electric and ethanol cars as well as rechargeable hybrids.
In 2019 in Sweden, approximately 13% of first-time registered cars (Trafa.se) and approximately 7% of the entire car fleet were gas, electric and ethanol cars as well as rechargeable hybrids. In 2019 in Germany, well over 3% of first-time registered cars and under 2% of the entire car fleet were gas, electric and ethanol cars as well as rechargeable hybrids (Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt).
Recycling existing commodities
We use resources sensibly and expect the same from our partners. Kamux’s operations are based on recycling and they are a part of a circular economy where non-renewable natural resources are saved through repairs, reusing and recycling. We carry out used car retail by purchasing cars through our delivery network and from individual consumers and by selling them forward. Purchasing cars is always done according to Kamux’s procurement guidelines.
The direct climate impacts of our operations result primarily from heating the showrooms and moving cars between showrooms. We seek to optimize the transportation of cars through the selection of routes and transportation modes. By investing in leading with knowledge, we aim to combine supply and demand. Thus, we can place the cars in our showrooms in a way that minimizes transferring them.
We have instructed our personnel on driving in an economical and environmentally friendly way. The cars are fueled with only the necessary amount of fuel. Service, repair and cleaning are done by local partners to avoid driving unnecessarily. This is also a way of supporting businesses to provide employment across the country in all
of Kamux’s operating countries. We have approximately 5,000 partners in total, including car procurement channels and partners.
We use recycled spare parts of high quality when possible. For example, motors, gear systems, turbos, steering gears and other bigger spare parts are mainly rebuilt. Smaller spare parts are new. We expect that our partners recycle their waste such as batteries, tires and problem waste in an appropriate manner.
We minimize the amount of waste and recycle the waste we produce. We pay Finnish Car Recycling a yearly membership fee related to recycling car parts appropriately. We favor teleconferences over traveling. We favor recycled furniture when furnishing our office premises.
In 2019, the amount of waste totaled 21.85 tons. The waste recovery rate was 97% and the recycling rate was 13%. This information covers 44 out of 48 showrooms in Finland. In the remaining four showrooms, waste management is part of a more comprehensive property maintenance contract.
We restrain energy consumption in showrooms, focusing particularly on properties where we can directly influence the used energy solutions. The energy consumption and emissions of our showrooms result primarily from lighting and heating. Often, these fall under rental agreements, which means that Kamux cannot influence them directly. The electricity consumption of 18 showrooms in Finland as well as the Hämeenlinna office premises totaled 1,480 MWh in 2019.