In recent years, energy obtained directly or indirectly from wood is growing rapidly as percentage of the total energy consumption. Much of this energy is derived from the by-products of the forest industry, including bark and sawdust. About 40 per cent of the raw material brought into saw mills ends up being used to produce energy at some phase of the production process.
The branches, crowns and stumps of harvested trees cannot be used by timber or pulp and paper industry, but they can be chipped to make wood-chip fuels that can then be used to generate carbon-neutral bioenergy.
Nollen Trading is already a significant player in the European woodchip fuel market, providing a reliable, cost-effective and environmentally responsible supply of locally sourced wood chip.
Please contact us in case you are interested, and we gladly discuss you with our wide range of possible specifications.