This R&D project aimed to develop a concept of green biorefinery that uses biomass as raw material, specifically high yield crops not intended as food sources, to obtain high added value products as bioplastics, celullose acetate films and fertilizers. The project will help to drive the bioeconomy concept and to integrate the circular economy model into fields traditionally agricultural, improving its competitiveness.

The BIOGREEN  project will be developed in collaboration with the companies Norvento, Agroamb Prodalt, Biot and Idener, and with the technological centers AINIA and CETIM, and is subsided by the Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial (CDTI), the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiviness. BIOGREEN has been one of the projects selectdd by CDTI in the last edition of the INNTERCONECTA program.