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In recent years, the Port of Thyborøn has become a popular port for landing biomass for gas and heating production plants. Biomass includes liquid products in tankers, bales of pressed RDF-waste and other sources of heat, e.g. wood chips.
In 2016, we have reserved a 3,500 m2 zone for RDF waste, at which logistics operators can handle the product.
When the new quay, Limfjordskaj II, is in place, we will be able to handle very large volumes of wood chips for use in CHPs. Limfjordskaj II will be 180 metres long. The quay will be about 40 metres wide and eminently suitable for handing bulk cargo. Immediately beyond the quay, there is 120,000 m2 of available land, which can be surfaced in different ways, depending on the goods to be handled there.
For further details, contact the Port Administration Office or click on the "Areas and buildings for hire" tab in the menu.