Environmental industry companies
As regards energy,
Iceland is well endowed by nature. Hydroelectric and geothermal
energy is plentiful. Icelanders have therefore still not given
any serious thought to alternative sources of energy, such as
the inherent power of tides, winds, and waves. These energy
sources are potentially significant but not so commercially
- Blue Lagoon products.
Blue Lagoon geothermal seawater-based skin care products
are based on active natural ingredients unique to the Blue
Lagoon to moisturize, cleanse and protect your skin.
Manufactures a range of chitin and chitosan-based products
and a variety of specialty fish proteins and marine flavors.
Using modern biotechnology, Genis produces variety of different
protein hydrolysates from fish and crustaceans.
- Himinn- Eider down,
First class eiderdown duvets, the royal comforts from Himinn
are based on a millennium experience. This whole millennium
the family of Skarš can proudly say, that they have produced
the eiderdown in almost all royal beds in Europe.
Founded in 1996 by three engineers who had been
working together at the National Hospital of Iceland and
at the University of Iceland. The main focus of the
company has been to design products that are both simple
- Iceland Sea Salt Ltd
A natural, unprocessed salt, LifeSalt is derived from the
purest sea water. An environmentally friendly harvesting
process utilizing geyser steam replaces 60% of the sodium
content with magnesium and potassium that occurs naturally
in the sea water.
Icelandic Ministry for the Environment
The Ministry for
the Environment was founded in 1990 and is the youngest
ministry in the Icelandic Administration. The ministry's
founding created the requisites for the government to
formulate and enforce an integrated policy for
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