Currently, there are four cultivation locations in Southwest Netherlands where our company operates.


Site Oosterland has a total area of 6.5 hectares. Together with some other greenhouse farms, we use local biomass. We not only take heat, but also extract CO2 from the flue gases and blow it into the greenhouses. For this project, we are united with DES B.V.

Duurzame Energie Sirjansland, DES B.V. was founded to make the energy supply of the participating horticultural companies more sustainable and to expand sustainability in the future where possible. Following the biomass, we use a CHP: a CHP is a gas turbine that generates electricity. Our impact on the environment is therefore very low.



This site has a total area of 11.5 hectares. It is part of the Agro & Food cluster Nieuw Prinsenland: a horticultural area for greenhouse growers and a business park for other Agro & Food related companies. The area is located next to the sugar factory in Dinteloord.
For all companies in the cluster, sustainability is very important. In doing so, they benefit from each other, for example by using each other's residual streams. For example, process water from the Cosun Sugar Factory is purified and stored in the ground. If greenhouse growers experience a shortage of water, such as during a dry summer, we can take this water and use it as irrigation water in the greenhouse.

In addition, we operate two CHPs at this location. In fact, we generate more power than we need ourselves. We sell the surplus on the power grid. We use the warmed cooling water for the machines to heat the greenhouse. In addition, the exhaust gases are also purified and the CO₂. taken out. We then bring these back into the greenhouse to promote plant growth.
We will also participate in the Osiris project, in which 17 horticultural companies can save 100 million cubic meters of natural gas per year. We hope to realize this in the future.


This site has a total area of 8.5 hectares. We use a system here that preserves heat. It consists of two CHPs and two heat pumps, supplemented by aquifers. The CHP emits low-grade hot air (±30Co) through the chimney. This heat is not lost, but is stored in the ground using an aquifer, at a depth of 80 meters. In winter, we bring this heat back up, raise the temperature to 45 degrees via heat pumps, and use it for our heating system.

The heat pumps are powered by electricity and can produce 1MWh of heat. We are also working on, among other things, the Osiris project in which 100 million cubic meters of natural gas per year can be saved by 17 horticultural companies.



In Westdorpe (municipality of Terneuzen) is our largest site: 12.5 hectares. This location is where our eggplants are planted and harvested first each season.

We are also working hard on sustainability in Westdorpe, together with Warmco. Using high-performance techniques, residual heat and CO₂. from the Yara fertilizer plant (Sluiskil) converted into valuable raw materials for reuse. The Zeeuws-Vlaanderen greenhouse area is part of Biopark Terneuzen and the most sustainable greenhouse area in the Netherlands.