A dialogue with bio-based industries transforming raw materials into new resources
The bio-based industry is an emerging sector that links interconnected value chains. Its aim is to transform renewable biological raw materials (such as agricultural by-products, forest residues, organic waste and aquatic biomass) into biochemicals, materials, products and energy, replacing their fossil-based versions.
Despite its current size and expected growth, this sector is considered emerging and still faces significant challenges.
Value chains are still under development and must become fully sustainable, producing zero waste and respecting cascading principles.
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- Incorporation of residual raw materials in the manufacture of advanced BIO-fuels. Main technologies and technical-legal challenges for the development of the circular economy – Javier Criado , Head of Business Development (CEPSA BIO-Energy) at CEPSA
- Biobased adhesives and emulsions – Luis Alberto Otero , Head of Innovation at FORESA TECHNOLOGIES
- Bio-based fertilizing products as the best practice for agriculture management sustainability – Javier Brañas , R + D + I Director at FERTIBERIA and B-Ferst coordinator
- Lignin as a sustainable synthetic platform for the production of the new generation of advanced carbon-based materials – Mario Culebras , Senior Researcher at University of Limerick, Bernal Institute
Session moderated by:
Dra. Cristina González Alonso , Director of Innovation, Strategy and Advocacy at the Business Federation of the Spanish Chemical Industry (FEIQUE)