By-products
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“It is a by-product and not a waste if the conditions referred to in point 3.3 of the Communication from the Commission to the Council and the European Parliament on the Interpretative Communication on waste and by-products – COM/2007/0059 are met”

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IGW purchases by-products and manages the energy optimization service

The first rule for sustainable food production consists in the full exploitation of resources in all their components

By-products are organic matrices mainly derived from the processing of primary products.

We select, assess and propose for energy valorization By-products based on the provisions of European and national regulations, as well as in compliance with our “Guidelines on Traceability of By-products for Energy Use – Rev. 3 dated 26/03/2018” to ensure to all players in the supply chain, not only legislative compliance, but also the correct management of every technical-commercial aspect, and the resolution of complaints and non-conformities.

By-products of plant origin

  • By-products of tomato processing (peels, fruit outside the measuring range, etc.);
  • By-products of olive processing (olive residues, vegetation water);
  • By-products of grape processing (pomace, grape stalk, etc.);
  • By-products of fruit processing (storage and selection, peeling, fruit cores, citrus pulp, pear and apple pulp.
    peaches, pits, shells, etc.);
  • By-products of vegetable processing (storage and selection, peeling, packaging, etc.);
  • By-products of sugar beet processing (stillages; molasses; dried beet pulp, fresh suppressate,
    ensiled suppressate etc….);
  • By-products derived from the processing/selection of brown rice (middlings, chaff, husk, etc.);
  • By-products of cereal processing (middlings, rye middlings, fine bran, gluten, starch, broken seeds, rice starch and rice proteins in
    in water solution for first processing of cereals (e\o rice, etc.);
  • By-products of oilseed processing (maize germ panels, flax, grape seed, etc.)

By-products of animal origin

They are classified in Class 2 (specifications for use in EC Regulations 1069/09 and 142/11).

  • Manure, non-mineralized guano and digestive tract content

They are classified in Class 3 (specifications for use in EC Regulations 1069/09 and 142/11).

  • Blood of animals that did not show clinical symptoms of diseases communicable to humans or animals through blood, obtained from the following animals slaughtered in a slaughterhouse, ……….;
  • Animal by-products deriving from the manufacture of products intended for human consumption, including ciccioli (pig fat), centrifuge or separator sludge resulting from milk processing;
  • Products of animal origin or foodstuffs containing products of animal origin no longer intended for human consumption for commercial reasons ………………..;
  • Pet food and feeds of animal origin or feeds containing by-products of animal origin or derived products, no longer intended to be used in feeds …. ;
  • Blood, placenta, wool, feathers, hairs, horns … that do not show any symptoms of diseases transmissible to humans or animals … .;
  • By-products of aquatic animals from factories or plants manufacturing products intended for human consumption …… ..;
  • Adipose tissue of animals that did not show any symptoms of diseases transmissible to humans or animals through this tissue …………;