Most production processes produce waste.
No matter if food, chemical or mineral processing
- Sawdust, pomace, shells, sludge, seeds, contaminated water...
- Contaminated ingredient batch.
- It cannot be used for further processing.
- 20 tons of powder needs to be disposed of.
- And it will cost him a lot of money twice. Material purchase and now the disposal.
I like the term "secondary material 〰️ flow" better.
Often it is not waste, but a valuable material.
If not for you, then for someone else.
What can you do with it ❓
You already know the option ❌ "dispose of it expensively".
Another option is to talk to partners who have experience with similar co-products.
They have great ideas about what can be done with your material.
At least the ones I work with 👍.
They give your material wiiiiings ... Nope.
✅ They give it an added value.
You can earn money with it.
There are many ideas and possibilities to turn this waste into revenue. We are evaluating different options
✅ ingredient for chemical products (no food certificate needed)
✅ colorant for plastic industry
✅ biogas feed material …
✅ most likely he will be even paid for this material
Sounds like a possible solution ❓
💡 Questions about any of this? We will be happy to answer.
July and August is the grain harvest season 🌽 across Europe.
Cereal grains, husks and straw.
What do you think will come out of it❓
Next week: "How Much Do You Pay To Dispose Of Your Production Waste?"