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Port of Rotterdam can make a significant contribution to the raw materials and climate challenge.

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Port of Rotterdam can make a significant contribution to the raw materials and climate challenge.

As the largest port in Europe and the raw materials cluster of the Netherlands, Rotterdam can make a significant contribution to the raw materials and climate challenge.

The Port of Rotterdam Authority is working together with many regional and chain partners to develop new, circular value chains, for example around the chemical recycling of plastics and the reuse and recycling of batteries. Have a look at the interactive map to see all the opportunities for developing new circular activities in the port and see which circular companies are already in the port, with whom you may be able to cooperate: https://portofrotterdam.com/circular-map

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Rotterdam fuels its own energy transition with hydrogen
Stedin started experimenting with the production of green hydrogen.
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Gasunie, HES International and Vopak join forces to develop an import terminal for hydrogen carrier in the port of Rotterdam
Gasunie, HES International (HES) and Vopak will be working together to develop an import terminal for green ammonia as a hydrogen carrier.
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Neste acquired Count Terminal Rotterdam to strengthen its growth strategy in renewable raw materials supply
Finland’s Neste, the world’s leading producer of renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel produced from waste and residue raw materials.