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VTTI’s Bio-Energy Facility Reaches Final Stages of Construction

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Anamika Talwaria

Editor & Head of Content for Tank Storage Magazine & StocExpo and Chair of Women in Tanks.
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VTTI’s bio-energy facility in Tilburg, Netherlands, is now in the final stages of construction. The facility represents a significant contribution to the bio-based circular economy and renewable energy transition. It is the most modern VTTI facility to date, incorporating the best available technologies.

At VTTI bio-energy Tilburg, the focus is on sustainability and innovation. The facility will primarily utilise organic side streams from the agricultural sector and food industry such as potato peels and animal manure minimizing environmental impact and maximizing resource value.

As highlighted in the Energy information Administration (EIA) Renewable Report 2023, the utilisation of biogas and biomethane plays a crucial role in building a circular economy around residue and waste. This approach not only fosters rural economic development and creates employment but also aligns with the emissions reduction objectives of the Global Methane Pledge, signed by 155 countries as of January 2024.

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