In Belgium, Jan De Nul Group has begun to carry out dredging work in the Benelux with 100% renewable fuel. With this, the world player is further committing itself to immediately and considerably reducing its CO₂ emissions. Trailing suction hopper dredger Alexander von Humboldt will from now on sail on renewable biofuel from certified and sustainable waste streams.
The choice of 100% renewable fuel is part of the ambitious CO₂ reduction objectives of the Jan De Nul Group. In this context, Jan De Nul also wants to collaborate with the Flemish government to introduce a minimal CO₂ reduction obligation of 15% for 80% of the maintenance dredging contracts in Flanders by 2022 at the latest.
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This articles was originally posted at: https://www.biofuelsdigest.com/bdigest/2019/11/04/jan-de-nul-group-goes-100-biofuel-for-dredging-work/ on