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Geminor approved for rail transport in Sweden

Geminor introduces rail transport of recovered waste after HUB in Landskrona is granted industrial rail permission

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Geminor launches new website

The new and upgraded geminor.no website is designed to give a better understanding of Geminor’s services and values.

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Secures Norway’s first contract with material recycling requirements

Geminor has won an official tendering process for the handling of waste wood from Renovasjon i Grenland – RIG. The contract is the first of its kind in Norway.

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Danish AffaldPlus signs long term contract for European RDF

In the coming three years, Geminor will deliver 150,000 tonnes of secondary fuels to Danish energy producer AffaldPlus.

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Geminor secures waste wood contract in Denmark

Geminor has signed a long-term export contract with Denmarks largest waste recovery company, Vestforbrænding.

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A booming waste recovery nation

Poland is «Europe’s China» when it comes to waste management, and will play an important part in EU’s plan for increased recycling, says Country Manager for Geminor in Poland, Andrzej Zientarski.

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Geminor starts container transport of waste fuels

A logistical partnership with MSC brings Geminor into container transport. – Easier handling and more efficient transport make containers a good option, explains senior Account Manager at Geminor UK, Oliver Caunce.

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The future is about designing the right fuel

Geminor’s Country Manager in Norway, Kjetil Hausken, is dealing with a Scandinavian market in constant development. – Detailed designing of secondary fuels will be more important in the future, Hausken argues.

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Report shows 285,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions saved in 2018

The annual environmental report from the resource management company Geminor shows that the company saved emissions of around 285,000 tonnes of CO2 last year. This corresponds to the annual emissions from 148,000 cars.

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This makes the cement industry more profitable and sustainable

There is a growing appetite for SRF as fuel in the cement industry in Europe. This will lead to a more profitable and sustainable production, argues Per Cederberg at Geminor.

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Geminor secures first RDF export from Iceland

The Norwegian resource management company has signed a contract to handle the first ever export of treated waste from Iceland.

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Waste from Westco becomes sustainable fuel and furniture

One of Norway’s largest waste producers and recycling companies, Westco Miljø, has signed a new cooperation agreement with Geminor. The contract secures export of 33,000 tonnes of RDF to district heating plants in Sweden for 2019.

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Enefit Green signs long term contract for Finnish secondary fuels

Geminor in Finland recently signed a contract for delivery of MSW and RDF to the Estonian Waste-from-Energy plant Enefit Green.

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First ever RoRo ferry export from Germany

The first ever RoRo ferry shipment of baled secondary fuels from Germany has arrived in Sweden.

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Geminor receives “Company of the year 2018” award

Geminor has been named “Company of the year 2018” at the regional Haugaland Business Conference event in March.

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Organizational changes in Geminor

This spring Geminor makes some organisational changes in order to strengthen its position in the market.

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Geminor secures plastic waste for sustainable fuel production

Energy company Quantafuel and Geminor have entered a cooperation agreement to secure deliveries of plastic waste to Quantafuel's plants for low emission fuel production.

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Geminor acquires Norwegian biofuel producer

Resource management company Geminor acquires the Norwegian biofuel producer Bøn Biobrensel AS, strengthening its position in the Nordic secondary fuels market.

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New regulation increases German waste export to the Nordics

The “Gewerbeabfallverordnung” regulation, which makes Germany the first country in the EU to strengthen laws on recycling of waste, is already having positive effects on the export of secondary fuels from Germany.

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Geminor tops list of RDF-exporters from England

A report based on data released by the UK Environment Agency presents Geminor UK Ltd. as the largest exporter of waste derived fuels from England in 2018.

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First successful bulks shipment of RDF to south coast of Sweden

A demand for quality RDF to the waste-to-energy plant Landskrona Energi has made Geminor turn to Northern-Ireland.

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This machine saves time, money and storage space

Geminor’s Orkel baling machine wraps shredded waste wood, RDF and SRF, and solves both logistics and capacity challenges. Operating one of only a few mobile baling machines in the market, Geminor is ready to take on both Norway and Europe.

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First RDF shipment from Italy to Scandinavia

Norwegian secondary fuels specialist, Geminor, becomes the first to handle shipment of refuse-derived fuel (RDF) from Italy to Denmark.

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