Greenea, a player in the circular economy, to promote the production of biofuels and bioenergy from waste

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Biofuels and feedstock at GREENEA: 80% of the products we trade are residual products. Pionner in the biofuels sector from residual and advanced raw materials.

Our range

  • Bio-heating

    Residue of the distillation of biodiesel, it is composed of fat and ester. Depending on its calorific value, it can be used as fuel in the cogeneration industry.
  • POME

    Palm Oil Mill Effluent is a liquid waste product from the processing (extraction, washing) of palm oil. Its strong acidity makes its treatment necessary. It can be used as an input in the biodiesel industry
  • Refined Glycerines

    Refined glycerines have a glycerol content between 92 and 99.5% and can be certified Kosher and are intended for the food or pharmaceutical industry
  • Fatty acids and acidic oils

    By-products of oil refining (rapeseed, palm, sunflower, soybean).
  • Raw Glycerines

    Co-product with a glycerol content between 60 and 82%. This product finds outlets in various industries: oleochemistry, biogas, animal feed
  • Animal Fat Cat.3

    Animal by-product (pork, poultry, beef, duck, mixed...) that can be used in animal feed, human food and in the biofuel industry. The acidity level (FFA) can be lower than 1% and reach 15%.
  • Biodiesel EMHU

    Biodiesel produced from used cooking oil. The freezing point (TLF) is between 0°C and +5°C. We also note the importance of the level of reduction of greenhouse gases between 83.8 and 94.7% against fossil fuels.
  • Animal Fat Cat.1&2

    Animal by-product (pork, poultry, beef...). These raw materials are ISCC certified and their acidity level (FFA) varies between 15% and 35%.
  • Biodiesel EMHA

    Biodiesel produced from animal oils or fats. The freezing point (TLF) of this biofuel is around +10°C - +12°C
  • Used cooking oil

    Recycled cooking oil certified by a traceability system (ISCC, Red Cert, 2BSVS) with an acidity (FFA) max 5-6%, and an iodine content between 50 -120.

While yesterday's world was focused on one product that could be counted on the fingers of one hand, tomorrow's world will be multi-use and multi-product, each one meeting a specific need in a field where it makes the most sense.

The (Renewable Fuels of Non Biological Origin)

Renewable liquid and gaseous fuels for the transport sector, of non-biological origin

Renewable hydrogen

Electricity from wind, solar, hydro, geothermal

E-fuels: These are synthetic fuels whose reagents are essentially captured carbon dioxide and hydrogen, which represent the best long-term alternative to fossil fuels. Why “e” in e-fuels? The e comes from electricity which can be used to make hydrogen by electrolysis.

Recycled Carbon Fuel (RCF): liquid and gaseous fuels that are produced from liquid or solid waste streams of non-renewable origin that are not suitable for material recovery in accordance with Article 4 of Directive 2008/98/EC, or from waste treatment gases and exhaust gases of non-renewable origin that unavoidably and unintentionally arise from production processes in industrial installations.

Carburants liquides et gazeux renouvelables destinés au secteur des transports, d'origine non biologique

Renewable liquid and gaseous fuels for the transport sector, of non-biological origin

For whom?

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Biofuel producers

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Refineries and oil distributors

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Co-generation units and thermal power plants

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Biogas producers

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Les distributeurs de B100 / HVO100

Alternative fuel distributors

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