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Organic waste

Waste for someone else,
valuable to us

To other’s it is waste, while for us it is valuable material for our biogas plants. We buy organic waste products from restaurants, factories and supermarkets and other establishments.

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A handy overview of what we process.

Agricultural

Organic waste from arable farming.

Bio

Foodstuff not fit for human or animal consumption.

Animal feed

Food waste substances separated during the production of animal feed.

Biofuels

Residual products released during the production of biofuels.

Flotation sludge

Sludge from water treatment systems.

Do you want to know if your organic waste can be converted to energy?

- Henno Hogeling -

Make your supply chain sustainable: How it works.

Let’s take a food manufacturer as an example. The crop comes from the field and is processed. During this processing, losses occur that are not suitable for consumption, however, we are able to use these waste streams as raw materials in our fermentation units.

We purchase the waste from the manufacturer. It arrives at our facility by truck and we store it in one of our storage sheds. Because we have a lot of storage capacity, we can always guarantee uptake.

We ferment the organic waste – so-called renewable raw materials – to produce biogas. Moisture and sulphur is extracted from the biogas to upgrade it to green gas, bio-CNG or bio-LNG.

After fermentation, a valuable residual stream still remains, we call these digistate. The digistate is dried and converted into manure pellets. The agrarian farmer use these fertilizer pellets to optimize the crop and provide a more sustainable product. And so the sustainable cycle begins anew.

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The power of BioValue

Reuse of organic waste in a socially responsible way
Guaranteed uptake
Bio-LNG for heavy transport
CO2 neutral business
In 2021 we processed 200,000 tons of organic waste products. You can produce 13,000 tons of bio-LNG with that, which is 55 million lorry kilometers!

Reliable and qualitative

Our process is well managed from start to finish. In all the organic waste we process, fermentation is the most efficient and sustainable option. We demonstrate this with the ISCC and Better biomass certificate. All players in the chain, from manufacturers to end users, are familiar with this certification.

Audits take place annually and we are checked quarterly on several points. How is the CO2 reduction measured? Does the organic waste meet sustainability requirements? How is the content ratio of the biogas plant determined? In short, what does the whole business process look like.

Are you wondering if your product could be eligible for the ISCC label? View the information of the ISCC here. Or get in touch with Henno, our contact person in the field of organic waste processing.

“Together you stand stronger. That’s why I work together with BioValue since 2017. The company knows the industry. We benefit from that.”

Jan Peters

Peters Biogas

At these installations we convert residual products into sustainable energy