EXAMPLES FROM OUR SITES
1. In line with new legislation in Finland, in 2016 the Outokumpu plant began transferring manure, stomach and gut contents for biogas production instead of depositing this waste to landfills. The aim of such improvements is to move towards a circular economy by efficiently harnessing animal-based raw materials and side streams and reducing the amount of waste.
2. The Rakvere plant in Estonia increased the volume of animal by-products delivered for biogas production.
3. The Linköping plant in Sweden introduced a new process for boiling cattle bones. The bones are now sold for food industry use on the export market instead of going to waste.