Baltic Control® Certification has moved to new location
An increasing level of activity and consequent increasing number of employees forced Baltic Control® Certification to leave the cozy office in inner Copenhagen. We have moved to larger and very atmospheric facilities in an old water mill in the middle of scenic Kgs. Lyngby, more specifically at Kulsviervej 150, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby which is north of Copenhagen.
In these beautiful surroundings we enjoy fresh air and space (and not to forget: free parking) while we continue our focus on certification of food safety, animal welfare and sustainability.
A little information about the historical building and the area:
In the beautiful woods north of Copenhagen, coal saturation was once popular, due to a great need and demand for charcoal for heating houses and factories. The charcoal-men walked from the woods called Gribskov along Kulsviervej and all the way to Kultorvet in inner Copenhagen to sell their charcoal.
The building which now houses our new office is originally an old water- and papermill. A little scary curiosity tells about a murder in 1837 of the factory's horse carriage driver Lars Pedersen.
Today we are not surrounded by either charcoal-men or murderers, but by nature lovers who enjoy being in close contact with nature and yet still close to Copenhagen. We share the address with architects Fogh & Følner Arkitektfirma A/S.
Jøren Ivar Brus Mikkelsen runs his herd of Forest Cattle from the National Park Mols Bjerge. Since 2014, he has been certified by Baltic Control® Certification and has an annual inspection to ensure that the herd meets the certification and the quality requirements that accompany it.
Baltic Control® Certification specializes in sustainability certification of companies in the energy sector.The prerequisite for such a sustainability certificate is that a company is subject to a legal requirement for documentation that affects all parts of the value chain. For example, you must document that your production does not harm or damage natural areas.
”Since January 2009, Baltic Control® Certification has had the task of controlling the Danish pig herds. They are very serious and professional” says Asger Kjær Nielsen, Quality Manager for DANISH Product Standard at SEGES Knowledge Center for Pig Production