There is a lot of residual value in the leftovers produced by the food and vegetable processing industry. It would be a shame to treat these leftovers as waste. That is why we are always developing techniques and systems for upgrading these residual materials. These so-called bioresource solutions can improve the efficiency of your core business, while actively contributing to a circular economy.
Our techniques allow leftovers from the food and vegetable processing industry to be converted into reusable products. Such sources of raw materials include onion skin, spinach and water lentils. Our technology allows you to harvest new high-quality raw materials that can be used for new products and processes.
Our specialised (sector) knowledge and experience means we have worked for a variety of clients over the years. That is why our references originate from such a wide range of sectors.
Almost all effective waste sorting lines for solid waste require a tailor-made approach.
Bioresource engineering also contains biochemical conversion technologies such as aerobic methods, anaerobic digestion and composting.
The purification of wastewater is becoming an increasingly important area of focus for food producers.