Nouryon and other corporations situated at Chemical Park Delfzijl in the Netherlands will save about 100,000 tons of CO2 emissions per year by the grown use of sustainable fumes. The corporate will use supply to make its salt production at the Delfzijl site even more durable.
“Over the last 10 years, we now have considerably reduced using natural gas at our Delfzijl processes using more steam from waste and biomass,” stated Knut Schwalenberg, Managing Director Industrial Chemical substances at Nouryon. “along with this newest steam supply, we release 300,000 tons much less CO2 each year than in 2013 – that is equal to the CO2 emissions of about 35,000 households.”
The sustainable steam will likely be produced by utility agency EEW Energy from Waste, which has been providing steam from waste oxidization to the chemical park since 2010. The most recent enhance follows the commissioning of a third waste oxidization line and the building of a new pipeline by Groningen Seaports. The chemical park further receives bio-steam from the close by Eneco biomass plant.
“With the completion of our third flaming line, we are going to fix 576,000 tons of waste each year and are capable of shipping over1 million megawatt hours of process steam, which permits us to beside improve our supply of green steam to Nouryon,” stated Horst Bieber, Technical Director at EEW Delfzijl
Cas König, CEO of Groningen Seaports, added, “Increasing our foundation makes the Delfzijl port and industrial space more appealing for existing as well as new actions, and back the sustainable development of regional industries,” added, Cas König, CEO of Groningen Seaports.
Nouryon has besides using bio-steam at its Hengelo plant in the Netherlands. Additionally, it initiated an exclusive green power purchasing consortium, enabling the development of two Dutch wind farm ventures – Bouwdokken and Krammer. At the moment, nearly half of the Nouryon’s worldwide energy utilization is from renewable resources.