Our collaborations with Social entrepreneurs
For the 2019 season we are collaborating with two amazing social entrepreneurs. By booking a Cabin Camper campervan trip, you are supporting their mission as well.
Since starting our company we have been exploring ways in which we can contribute positively to society and the environment. We will continue to explore this question and continuously try to find new ways in which we can do so. For the 2019 season, and hopefully future seasons we have partnered with two social entrepreneurs that we would like to tell you a bit more about.
Medarbeiderne supports us in handling customer pick-ups, cleaning and other tasks that are part of our operations. Our campervans are stored at their location at Ensjøveien 3 in Oslo. Medarbeiderne AS is a social business that hires people with a background from drug-abuse, that have become sober, and have had limited opportunities in the job market. Your Cabin Campers booking therefore contributes to a new drug-free life with opportunities for them.
Medarbeiderne has a waste pick-up subscription service is Oslo, with more than 2000 households as customers. They also offer moving services. If you live in Oslo, please consider their services. Not only will it help support their mission, they have excellent reviews for their services.
You can read more about their amazing company on their website (mostly in Norwegian). https://medarbeiderne.no/
Our other partner is the company Clean AS (https://www.cleanoslo.no/). Clean handles all our laundry needs (bed sheets, linens and more). Clean Oslo is providing Norway with innovative laundry solutions which are environmentally friendly, completely chemical free and for the future of our oceans. Clean is using an advanced water filter system in its laundry machines, allowing them to carry out the task not only completely chemical free but removing any stubborn stains without actually using any detergent. Environmentally, Clean Oslo is championing the use of lower washing temperatures and is developing Norway’s first micro plastic filter for commercial use.