Production facilities

Our approach

Perpetual Next has production facilities throughout Europe. We focus on the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Germany, Poland, and Estonia. In the coming years, we will scale up our existing production facilities, serving a vital infrastructure that needs to be operational at all times. But we are also constantly looking for new acquisitions, in particular existing plants that we can make more sustainable. We do this by mapping out the local, organic residual streams. With our conversion techniques, we turn them into the highest-quality products possible.

Production facilities

Primco Duiven

Industrial heat for animal feed production

At our production facility in Duiven, we upgrade organic, regional residual streams to a sustainable raw material for animal feed. Potato and carrot steam peels from the food industry enter our plant in liquid form. With our special drying technique, we extract these residual flows from moisture, leaving only starch in powder form as a residual product. We sell this starch to animal feed producers who use it as a basis for their products.

Primco Lelystad

Heat and hot water

Our facility in Lelystad generates heat from prunings and thinning wood from forest maintenance activities in the immediate vicinity of Lelystad. We supply this heat to the heat network of Vattenfall and Ennatuurlijk. We also supply hot water using residual heat to The Green Solution, which uses it to control weeds and oak processionary caterpillar.

Primco Ellesmere Port

Green gas (under construction)

Primco is building a new facility in Ellesmere Port, West England. This production facility will convert organic, animal residual streams into green gas. This is a sustainable variant of natural gas that is created by upgrading biogas. The residue – the fermented manure – will also be processed for use as fertilizer on farmland.

ENBE

Heat (five heat stations)

In a joint venture with Ennatuurlijk, Perpetual Next has five heat stations in the Netherlands: Wageningen, Culemborg, Velp, Hilversum, and Zandvoort. These heat stations are connected to the district heat network. With the ENBE heat plants, Perpetual Next wants to expand its portfolio of green gas. 

Baltania

High-grade carbon

Baltania collects organic residual streams from agriculture and sustainable forest management, including crop residues and pulpwood. At the power plant, these residual streams are upgraded to high-grade carbon pellets that can be used in all industries that work with fossil coal, such as power and heat plants and the steel and cement industry. Moreover, the high-grade carbon can be used to make agricultural land more fertile and serves as a raw material for applications in biochemistry.

Baltania uses technology made by CEG: a high temperature torrefaction (HTT) technology that makes renewable carbon possible.