For 25 years, BDI-BioEnergy International GmbH has been market and technology leader in the planning and construction of tailor-made biodiesel plants and has established itself as globally acting company for solutions in the field of chemical recycling.
BDI GreenTech Solutions – sustainable solutions for an even greener tomorrow
The business area of chemical recycling offers customers unique process solutions to upvalue waste flows and industrial-scale process innovations.
Based on this key competence, plants have over the past years successfully been established for
- the gain of high-quality pyrolysis oil from plastic waste
- the phosphorus recovery from sewage sludge
- the algal cultivation in a closed reactor system.
During the current business year, also the offer for biogas plant manufacturing has been enlarged.
BDI BioGas Technology – maximum energy independence for large-scale breweries
Based on BDI’s in-house developed fermentation technology, the globally largest biogas plant was established in 2015 for the brewery Göss, which is part of the Heineken group. By using malt spent grains directly from the brewery, it becomes possible to become independent of fossil fuels and to produce carbon-neutrally. Furthermore, the digested residue can be sold regionally to farmers as high-quality, certified fertilizer.
New dual leadership – reinforcement at BDI-BioEnergy International GmbH
After having been part of top-level management for 20 years, Markus Dielacher will be looking for new professional challenges.
During the strategic reframing and expansion of the business fields, Kurt Ternegg und Michael Schrems assumed strategic and operative leadership of the company at the beginning of November.
Michael Schrems, Kurt Ternegg, Markus Dielacher | Photographer: Thomas Kubin
About BDI-BioEnergy International GmbH:
BDI-BioEnergy International GmbH is the market leader in the construction of biodiesel plants. The patented BDI Multi-Feedstock process enables maximum waste material flexibility and guarantees highly efficient economic production. In addition, technological solutions for chemical recycling and self-developed fermentation technologies for the field of biogas plants are also provided. The company thus makes a valuable contribution to minimizing the ecological footprint on the part of each individual customer. The range of services extends from contract research and process development to engineering and scale-up services and customer service. Currently, BDI-BioEnergy International GmbH has around 100 employees.
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