From steam to steam – but make it climate-smart
Skövde Slakteri has been operating for over forty years. For its production, the slaughterhouse needs steam something that was previously produced through the use of fossil fuels. In order to continue running a sustainable business, they decided to phase out the fossil fuel, replacing it with a biofuel: a pellet-fired plant for steam production.
Skövde Slakteri AB
Food; meat and charcuterie
BKtech BioOne Steam 1,3 MW for steam production
Skövde Slakteri is Sweden's largest privately owned slaughterhouse, and works exclusively with Swedish farms and Swedish meats.
The agreement between BKtech and Skövde Slakteri involves the delivery of a 1.3 MW mobile bioenergy plant that will produce the steam needed for the slaughterhouse’s operations. Fossil fuel combustion will be phased out, to be replaced entirely by biofuel – wood pellets – in the new bioenergy plant.
Since Skövde Slakteri is certified according to the GFSI standard FSSC22000, holds a KRAV certification and meets the standards of the EU organic logo , it is imperative to have a sustainable production throughout the chain. Therefore, the cooperation between BKtech and Skövde Slakteri is important from both a climate and certification perspective, and BKtech will deliver the new bioenergy plant in 2022 according to the agreement. We look forward to this partnership and our future together with Skövde Slakteri.
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