UK-based biodiesel supplier Greenergy has announced that it would be increasing production at its Amsterdam plant by more than 25%.
As part of the investment, the company would also be upgrading its pre-treatment processing capability to treat a wider range of waste oils as feedstocks for biodiesel production, Greenergy said on 25 August.
“As a company focused on the energy transition, we are always looking at how we can further reduce the carbon intensity of our fuel products. This investment will help accelerate the transition and drive real carbon emissions reduction for road transport.” Greenergy’s CEO Christian Flach said.
The upgrades were due for completion next year, the company said.
According to its website, Greenergy operates a global waste oils collection service and converts them to renewable biodiesel.
As well as the Amsterdam plant, the company operates two biodiesel manufacturing plants in the UK – one on Teesside and the other at Immingham.