Biogas (58)

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Dry grain rests

Biogas

DWC 50 (concentrated whey)

DWC 50 (concentrated whey) comes from the dairy industries producing yoghurt and cheese. It is liquid and the color is brown. This is crude whey that has undergone concentration by filtration. DWC contains a lot of lactose and some of the milk protein and milk fat. Some of the lactose has been converted to lactic acid.

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Lactoserum 16

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Lactoserum 35

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Methapois

Onion peelings
Onion peelings
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Onion peelings

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Polyol R

Polyol R is made from vegetable starch and sugars. Polyols (sugar alcohols) are not intensive sweeteners. Polyol R is fat free. The dry matter contains 95% sugar alcohols, supplemented with mineral salts.

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Sedamix

Product obtained from the wet manufacture of alcohol by the distillation of a mixture of wheat syrup and sugar to which they were previously deprived of bran and gluten.

Potato peelings S
Potato peelings S
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Potato peelings S

Potato peelings S are produced during the processing of potatoes into French fries. The product consists of sliced potatoes and potato peelings.

Potato peelings steamed
Potato peelings steamed
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Potato peelings steamed

During the processing of potatoes into French fries, puree, starch and other potato products, valuable by-products are created. One of these are potato steam peels. The potatoes are washed upon arrival and then treated with steam. The skin is released by steaming. The skin and part of the starch layer directly under the skin are then removed by means of brushes. The steam treatment ensures that the starch is gelatinized.

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Batter

Batter is a residue from the potato processing industry that is obtained during the filtering of pure vegetable oil, in which pre-cut and blanched potato fries with pre-applied batter, batter mix or herbs are pre-fried and which consists of batter / batter mix residues with starch and oil residues.

Apple juice
Apple juice
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Apple juice

Juice obtained from the production of apples (Malus domestica L.) to applesauce, consisting mainly of pressed inner pulp

Brewery spent grains
Brewery spent grains
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Brewery spent grains

Brewery spent grains are a by-product of beer breweries. It mainly consists of the outside of the malting barley and protein parts of the malting barley, from which the brewer has obtained the carbohydrates. By means of the sprouting of malting barley, malt is created, in which an important part of the starch is converted into malt sugars. The malt mixture is pumped into clarification vessels, in which the soluble components are washed out during stirring and the addition of warm water. The sugary water, called wort, is further used for the production of beer. The protein-rich barley residues are left behind in the clarification vat and are marketed as brewery spent grains. 

Pressed beet pulp
Pressed beet pulp
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Pressed beet pulp

Press pulp is produced during the processing of sugar beets into sugar. It consists of the pressed cuts of sugar beet, after most of the sugar has been removed. 

Beet tails
Beet tails
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Beet tails

Beet tails are beet residues that are collected from the cleaning water after cleaning the beets in the sugar factory. These beet residues mainly consist of the rootparts and tips of sugar beets and still contain a lot of sugar.

Beet molasses 52
Beet molasses 52
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Beet molasses 52

Beet molasses is a sidestream that is released during the production of granulated sugar from sugar beet. The sugar juice obtained by extraction is purified and evaporated until the sugar starts to crystallize. The sugar crystals are separated from the juice by centrifugation. The remaining viscous liquid, called beet molasses, is stored separately.

 

Beet molasses 75
Beet molasses 75
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Beet molasses 75

Beet molasses is a sidestream that is released during the production of granulated sugar from sugar beet. The sugar juice obtained by extraction is purified and evaporated until the sugar starts to crystallize. The sugar crystals are separated from the juice by centrifugation. The remaining viscous liquid, called beet molasses, is stored separately.

 

 

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Bioslib

Veel grondstofverwerkende fabrieken hebben een waterzuivering voor het proceswater. Het inkomende vuile water, het influent, wordt in de installatie in een aantal stappen gezuiverd. Het gezuiverde water wordt het effluent genoemd. Achtereenvolgens verwijdert men met een rooster of een afscheider de grovere deeltjes, dan in bezinktanks de fijnere deeltjes, en ten slotte de opgesloste stoffen. Behalve water komen andere stoffen vrij, met name slib, het laatste wordt door AgriBioSource vermarkt als Bioslib.

Cocoa husks
Cocoa husks
Biogas

Cocoa husks

The cocoa beans grow in hand-sized fruits; the pods. Each pod contains dozens of cocoa beans. During extraction, the pods are picked, broken open and the beans are collected. The beans are then roasted. During roasting, the shells pop open and the beans come out of the shell. The beans are separated from the shells by means of a sieve. The cocoa husks are dry by roasting the cocoa beans.

CDS (Wheat yeast concentrate)
CDS (Wheat yeast concentrate)
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CDS (Wheat yeast concentrate)

CDS is a natural product, the basis is formed by wheat and a small part of beet sugar syrup. Liquid wheat starch is produced during the extraction of starch from wheat. The gluten, wheat grits and proteins are removed from this. The starch is broken down into sugars with the help of enzymes. When yeast is added to these sugars, alcohol is created. After separation of the alcohol, a liquid, brown-colored and protein-rich product remains; wheat yeast concentrate CDS.

CiFerm (pressed chicory pulp)
CiFerm (pressed chicory pulp)
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CiFerm (pressed chicory pulp)

CiFerm® is produced during the processing of chicory roots into inulin. The chicory root belongs to the Compositae (compound flower family). Chicory is a biennial plant. In the first year, a thickened taproot is formed in which inulin is stored. The taproot is used for the extraction of inulin. This crop is grown on sand, clay and loess soils. The cut where the inulin has been washed out is pressed and deposited as CiFerm®.

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Citrus molasses

Citrus molasses is a liquid and pumpable mixture of organic and an-organic components.
The main components of this product are soluble sugars from citrus peels.

Cornsteep (maize steep liquor)
Cornsteep (maize steep liquor)
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Cornsteep (maize steep liquor)

Various products are produced in the extraction of starch from maize. One of these is a liquid fraction in which the corn kernels have been soaked. This fraction is called maize steep water. This contains the soluble parts of the corn kernel. This fraction is evaporated to obtain a higher dry matter. The protein quality is fine as the temperature treatment is mild. The producer has consciously invested in this, which is partly why it is marketed under the brand name Cornsteep. The main stream is sold in the fermentation industry, which places high demands on the quality of the product. In short, Cornsteep is a product with a high protein content and a consistent quality.

Pea screenings
Pea screenings
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Pea screenings

Pea screenings are released during the pea starch extraction process. The peas are soaked and finely ground, after which the starch and protein are extracted. What remains are the screenings. Pea screens consist of cell walls and residues of the starch and protein.

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Fibrulose

Fibrulose is a liquid by-product produced during the purification of inulin syrup from the chicory root. Fibrulose is sterilized just before loading.

Fruit Puree H
Fruit Puree H
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Fruit Puree H

Fruit puree is produced during the processing of strawberry, apples, apricot, banana, passion fruit, pear, melon, peach and etc. into fruit snacks. The product consists of the obsolete parts of the fruit; core residues, shells and seeds. These parts are gutted.

Fruit Puree R
Fruit Puree R
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Fruit Puree R

Fruit puree R is produced from various fruit waste. The fruit waste is collected in leak-proof, disinfected pallet boxes, which are collected and delivered within 24 hours. It consists mainly of unsaleable fruit. Any packaging material present is separated from the product. The packaging is recycled and the fruit is pulped for the biogas industry.

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Vegetable residues

Vegetable residues that are released during the processing of vegetables in the vegetable processing industry

Coffee grounds
Coffee grounds
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Coffee grounds

Coffee grounds are the sediment that remains after brewing coffee.

Lean Molasse
Lean Molasse
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Lean Molasse

Lean molasses is produced by refining beet molasses by a chromatographic process using a resin column; Due to the difference in movement speed of the various components, caused by the difference in physical properties of the various components, a separation is created between the components in the resin column.

The beet molasses is thus separated into three streams

betaine molasses
sugar syrup
Lean molasses (lean molasses)

No additions are made to the process other than the process water. To optimize the separation process, the incoming molasses is conditioned / softened (calcium removal) by raising the pH to 9-11 by adding sodium hydroxide solution (NaOH) and sodium carbonate (Na2CO3). This explains the somewhat higher pH.

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Corn germs

Corn germ is released during the production of corn starch and gluten.

Biogas

Methacake fluid

After the extraction of starch from wheat, a liquid by-product remains, the so-called liquid wheat starch. This liquid starch fraction is fermented with yeast cells and enzymes to produce bioethanol. After the fermentation process, alcohol is removed from the product by distillation, which releases a dry product that is marketed under the name Methacake.

Methamix
Methamix
Biogas

Methamix

Methamix is a wheat yeast concentrate. Wheat yeast concentrate is a by-product that is released during the processing of wheat starch for alcohol production. The starch present is converted by yeast cells into alcohol. The alcohol is separated, after which the liquid protein-rich wheat yeast concentrate remains.

OPL 30
OPL 30
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OPL 30

OPL 30 is a residue that is released during the (partial) factory-made removal of lactose by separation from the permeate obtained by ultrafiltration of sweet cheese whey.

Peanut peelings
Peanut peelings
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Peanut peelings

Peanut shells are the membranes of the peanut. As part of the processing process, raw peanuts are cleaned and blanched (ie heated for a certain period of time using hot air. Up to 150 - 175 ° C). The peanuts are then stripped by mechanical processing. The released membranes are suctioned, then ground and stored in a container.

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Protamylasse AVB

Various side streams for the animal feed industry and fermentation are created during the processing of starch potatoes. One of these products is protamylasse, also called potato juice concentrate. The product consists of thickened potato fruit water and is rich in proteins and sugars.

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Evaporated rice concentrate

Rice vapor concentrate is a residual flow from rice processing

Rice sediment
Rice sediment
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Rice sediment

Rice sediment is a liquid by-product of vegetable origin, obtained during the preparation of starch from rice. It mainly consists of process water and waste water. Other components are rice starch, rice protein, rice fiber and rice fat.

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Rice feed flour

Rice meal is a by-product obtained by polishing rice grains. It consists of the pericarps, peel (teguments), outermost layer of the endosperm (aleurone layers) and parts of the germ.

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Crude glycerine CF vegetable

Glycerine is created as a by-product in the production of biodiesel. Biodiesel is usually produced from rapeseed oil, but this can also be sunflower or soybean oil. The process consists of pressing the oil seed, after which the crude oil is refined. Then it is processed by means of esterification converted into biodiesel and glycerine. The latter covers approximately 10% and finds its way towards the production of biogas, among other things. In addition, glycerine can be reprocessed for feed and food purposes

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Crude glycerine D vegetable

Glycerine is created as a by-product in the production of biodiesel. Biodiesel is usually produced from rapeseed oil, but this can also be sunflower or soybean oil. The process consists of pressing the oil seed, after which the crude oil is refined. Then it is processed by means of esterification converted into biodiesel and glycerine. The latter covers approximately 10% and finds its way towards the production of biogas, among other things. In addition, glycerine can be reprocessed for feed and food purposes

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Crude glycerine D UCO

Glycerine is created as a by-product in the production of biodiesel. Biodiesel is usually produced from rapeseed oil, but this can also be sunflower or soybean oil. In this case, it was produced with used vegetable oil; Used Cooking Oil. The crude oil is refined and then it is processed by means of esterification converted into biodiesel and glycerine. The latter covers approximately 10% and finds its way towards the production of biogas, among other things.

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Crude glycerine GA, UCO

Glycerine is created as a by-product in the production of biodiesel. Biodiesel is usually produced from rapeseed oil, but this can also be sunflower or soybean oil. In this case, it was produced with used vegetable oil; Used Cooking Oil. The crude oil is refined and then it is processed by means of esterification converted into biodiesel and glycerine. The latter covers approximately 10% and finds its way towards the production of biogas, among other things.

Crude glycerine GI UCO
Crude glycerine GI UCO
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Crude glycerine GI UCO

Glycerine is created as a by-product in the production of biodiesel. Biodiesel is usually produced from rapeseed oil, but this can also be sunflower or soybean oil. In this case, it was produced with used vegetable oil; Used Cooking Oil. The crude oil is refined and then it is processed by means of esterification converted into biodiesel and glycerine. The latter covers approximately 10% and finds its way towards the production of biogas, among other things.

Biogas

Crude glycerine GT UCO

Glycerine is created as a by-product in the production of biodiesel. Biodiesel is usually produced from rapeseed oil, but this can also be sunflower or soybean oil. In this case, it was produced with used vegetable oil; Used Cooking Oil. The crude oil is refined and then it is processed by means of esterification converted into biodiesel and glycerine. The latter covers approximately 10% and finds its way towards the production of biogas, among other things.

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Crude glycerine NE 65 UCO

Glycerine is created as a by-product in the production of biodiesel. Biodiesel is usually produced from rapeseed oil, but this can also be sunflower or soybean oil. In this case, it was produced with used vegetable oil; Used Cooking Oil. The crude oil is refined and then it is processed by means of esterification converted into biodiesel and glycerine. The latter covers approximately 10% and finds its way towards the production of biogas, among other things.

Crude glycerine S UCO
Crude glycerine S UCO
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Crude glycerine S UCO

Glycerine is created as a by-product in the production of biodiesel. Biodiesel is usually produced from rapeseed oil, but this can also be sunflower or soybean oil. In this case, it was produced with used vegetable oil; Used Cooking Oil. The crude oil is refined and then it is processed by means of esterification converted into biodiesel and glycerine. The latter covers approximately 10% and finds its way towards the production of biogas, among other things.

Crude glycerine T vegetable
Crude glycerine T vegetable
Biogas

Crude glycerine T vegetable

Glycerine is created as a by-product in the production of biodiesel. Biodiesel is usually produced from rapeseed oil, but this can also be sunflower or soybean oil. The process consists of pressing the oil seed, after which the crude oil is refined. Then it is processed by means of esterification converted into biodiesel and glycerine. The latter covers approximately 10% and finds its way towards the production of biogas, among other things. In addition, glycerine can be reprocessed for feed and food purposes

Crude glycerine V UCO
Crude glycerine V UCO
Biogas

Crude glycerine V UCO

Glycerine is created as a by-product in the production of biodiesel. Biodiesel is usually produced from rapeseed oil, but this can also be sunflower or soybean oil. In this case, it was produced with used vegetable oil; Used Cooking Oil. The crude oil is refined and then it is processed by means of esterification converted into biodiesel and glycerine. The latter covers approximately 10% and finds its way towards the production of biogas, among other things.

Biogas

Crude glycerine WS UCO

Glycerine is created as a by-product in the production of biodiesel. Biodiesel is usually produced from rapeseed oil, but this can also be sunflower or soybean oil. In this case, it was produced with used vegetable oil; Used Cooking Oil. The crude oil is refined and then it is processed by means of esterification converted into biodiesel and glycerine. The latter covers approximately 10% and finds its way towards the production of biogas, among other things.

Salsify peelings
Salsify peelings
Biogas

Salsify peelings

Salsify are grown for human consumption. Harvest takes place from December to spring. After harvesting, the salsify are immediately processed in the factory. Upon arrival, the product is washed and then peeled. The rind and part of the sugar layer (directly under the rind) are removed by means of brushes. At the end of the process, the skins are homogenized into liquid salsify. The high pH value is caused on the one hand by the product itself and on the other hand by a minimal use of lye during the processing process.

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Wheat yeast concentrate BP

Wheat yeast concentrate BP is a natural product, the basis is formed by wheat. Liquid wheat starch is produced during the extraction of starch from wheat. With the help of enzymes this is broken down into sugars. When yeast is added to this sugar, alcohol is created. After separation of the alcohol, a liquid, brown-colored and protein-rich product remains: wheat yeast concentrate BP.

Biogas

Wheat yeast concentrate SP

Wheat yeast concentrate SP is a natural product, the basis is formed by wheat. Liquid wheat starch is produced during the extraction of starch from wheat. With the help of enzymes this is broken down into sugars. When yeast is added to these sugars, alcohol is created. After separation of the alcohol, a liquid, brown-colored and protein-rich product remains; wheat yeast concentrate SP.

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Onion pulp

Onion pulp is released during the factory processing of onions and consists exclusively of dehydrated, ground and boiled onions, which are left over after the cooking and distillation process for the extraction of onion oil.

Pre-fried French fries
Pre-fried French fries
Biogas

Pre-fried French fries

During the production of chips and other potato specialties, valuable by-products are created. One of these is potato product Pre-fried Fries. These are chips that are rejected as consumption chips, a consequence of deviating color, length, shape, etc. In addition, this product is created during the start and calibration of the product lines.

Biogas

Aqueous lecithin oil mixture B 40

Residual material that is released during the factory degumming of crude, non-degumming vegetable oil - derived from seeds of rapeseed, rapeseed, soybean or sunflower - by means of physical separation and whereby the hydrophilic part of the oil dissolves in water or a weakly acidic solution and which consists of phospholipids, water-soluble fats, oil and possibly acidic residues in water, which is called aqueous lecithin-oil mixture.

Carrot peelings steamed
Carrot peelings steamed
Biogas

Carrot peelings steamed

Root steam peels are released during the processing of carrots for the human food sector. It is a liquid product consisting of skins that have been steam-removed from pre-washed carrots.

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Wheatstarch Nabona

Water purification (3)

Water purification

Glycerine

Water purification

iron water

Water purification

Molasses

Soil improvement (5)

Groen Fosfaat Allround
Groen Fosfaat Allround
Soil improvement

Groen Fosfaat Allround

Groen Fosfaat Allround is een NPK meststof, gemaakt van organische en minerale grondstoffen. 
Het bevat fosfaat van natuurlijke (ofwel organische) oorsprong en heeft een gehalte stabiele organisch stof.

De samenstelling is afgestemd op de behoefte van de plant. Zo zit er extra zwavel en calcium in.

Groen Fosfaat Allround heeft een werkingscoëfficiënt van 80% en een gunstige N/P verhouding.

Groen Fosfaat Maïs
Groen Fosfaat Maïs
Soil improvement

Groen Fosfaat Maïs

Groen Fosfaat Mais is een alles-in-één fosfaatmeststof uit dierlijke mest. Het is precies afgestemd op de behoefte van de plant. Zo bevat Groen Fosfaat naast fosfaat ook stikstof, kalium en borium in de verhouding 12N-6P-3K-0.15B. Doordat Groen Fosfaat Mais haar oorsprong kent in de fosfaat van dierlijke mest, is het met name geschikt voor gebruik op derogatiebedrijven. De meststof wordt toegepast in de rij met standaard zaaimachines.

Soil improvement

Protamylasse AVB

Bij de verwerking van zetmeelaardappelen ontstaan diverse nevenstromen voor diervoederindustrie en vergisting. Eén van deze producten is protamylasse, ook wel aardappeldiksap genoemd. Het product bestaat uit ingedikt aardappelvruchtwater. Protamylasse heeft een N-P-K verhouding van 3.3 - 1.6 - 9.7 en is daarmee een leverancier van metname Kalium.

Soil improvement

Struviet

Struviet (magnesiumammoniumfosfaat) is een mineraal met een hoog gehalte aan fosfaat en magnesium en stikstof. Struviet wordt gewonnen in de aardappelverwerkende industrie bij de reiniging van afvalwater. Het op een duurzame manier verkregen struviet, kan gebruikt worden als een natuurlijke meststof met een NPK verhouding van 2-12-0.4 of als grondstof voor kunstmest of voor de fosfaatverwerkende industrie.

Soil improvement

Tarwegistconcentraat

Tarwegistconcentraat is een natuurproduct, de basis wordt gevormd door tarwe. Bij de winning van zetmeel uit tarwe, ontstaat vloeibaar tarwezetmeel. Met behulp van enzymen wordt dit afgebroken tot suikers. Wanneer gist wordt toegevoegd aan deze suiker ontstaat er alcohol. Na afscheiding van de alcohol resteert tarwegistconcentraat een vloeibaar, bruingekleurd en eiwitrijk product: met een N-P-K verhouding van 1.3 - 0.5 - 0.6 (± 0.1).