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Industries Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Material and side stream recovery
Cytiva

The collaboration between Cytiva and Adven on energy recovery enables fulfilment of environmental requirements and saves energy

Cytiva (formerly part of GE Healthcare Life Sciences) is a leading global medicine and pharmaceutical company operating in approx. 40 countries with a large production site in Uppsala, Sweden. For more than 100 years, the company has provided significant innovations and solutions in the healthcare field. Since the summer of…

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Industries Material and side stream recovery Energy production
Mirka

Adven generates energy for Mirka through by-product streams

The 18-year co-operation between Adven and Mirka, a world leader in surface finishing products, has been honed into a seamless team effort. Mirka’s production has expanded, the company has abandoned the use of heavy fuel oils, and by-product flows are recycled instead of being disposed of in a landfill. The…

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Industries Material and side stream recovery Energy production
Hankkija

Hankkija’s Turku plant creates energy from oat husk

The steam energy required by Hankkija’s Turku (Åbo) plant will be generated by combusting ground oat husk, a by-product of production. Climate targets and the rising cost of fossil fuels prompted the plant to seek alternative solutions in locally available renewable fuels. Hankkija’s plant in Turku produces feed for pigs…

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Industries Material and side stream recovery Evaporation
Finnamyl Oy

Potato starch is evaporated as a plant fertilizer

Kokemäki, Finland based Finnamyl Oy is a company that contract farms and processes starch potatoes. During the starch processing about 73 tons of potato cell sap is left as a by-product annually. Now, this side-product is refined and concentrated in Adven’s evaporation plant. The concentrated nutrients can be used as…

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