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Cargill commissions RepCAT unit in Ghent

Cargill commissions RepCAT unit in Ghent
Cargill has started operations of a new multi-feedstock biodiesel unit in Ghent supplied by BDI- BioEnergy International (photo courtesy BDI).

Following the successful commissioning of the BDI biodiesel plants in Hungary and the United States (US), the third BDI RepCAT plant this year was opened on June 15, 2022, in Ghent, Belgium,

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In 2020, global agri-commodities major Cargill Inc. engaged Austrian biogas and biodiesel technology provider BDI-BioEnergy International GmbH to install a multi-feedstock biodiesel unit at its existing integrated oilseeds crush and Bioro biodiesel site in Ghent, Belgium.

The tailor-made 115 000 tonnes per annum biodiesel plant is the largest to produce sustainable biodiesel using BDI’s patented “REPeatable CATalyst” (RepCAT) process technology.

With a recyclable catalyst, the RepCAT process technology enables maximum economic operation, maximum feedstock flexibility as well as highly efficient biodiesel production.

Since day one of its existence, BDI has been committed to the research and development of eco-friendly technologies. Our involvement in this project represents the largest order assignment in our corporate history – the produced top-quality biodiesel is an essential contribution to a sustainable circular economy, commented Markus Dielacher, CEO of BDI-BioEnergy International.

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