Air Liquide signs agreement with AVR for a circular economy project in the Netherlands


In a bid to reduce greenhouse gases, waste recycling and waste to energy firm AVR will construct a new large-scale carbon dioxide (CO2) capture system in the Netherlands.

The new CO2 recovery installation will capture, purify and liquefy CO2 from an already existing waste incinerator at AVR’s site in Duiven, Netherlands.

The Dutch company has signed a long-term agreement this week with Air Liquide who will invest in the necessary distribution and storage equipment to deliver the liquid CO2 to end-users, primarily in the greenhouse agriculture industry, contributing to local circular economy.

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