Bark has not only the property of protecting trees from external influences but is also the first product in our production chain.
A large part of the bark produced by Troger Holz is used as biomass, which is converted into heat and green electricity in a carbon-neutral way when burned.
In the fight against climate change, biomass is an ingenious energy source that is carbon-neutral and sufficiently available. At the location in Vomp, we produce enough heat to supply all drying kilns and company buildings with hot water. In addition, we produce green electricity from bark and wood chips, which is used internally. Electricity in surplus is fed into the public electrical grid.
By using carbon-neutral energy and the progressive electrification of our motor pool, Troger Holz has an excellent environmental balance.