Projects for Life Sustainability


Applied Research

Precision Farming

BBD is a company devoted to activities of applied research, development and innovation based on the biotechnology market field and also business development from bioresources, for instance, biomass recycling to produce energy and power aquaculture or precision farming.

BBD is born to deal with some big problems of today’s society implementing a philosophy framed into the bioeconomy sphere as a source of solutions, employment and social welfare in a regional and local area of development.

BBD pursues a sustainable development with an inclusive and holistic approach to solve environmental and social problems. For that matter, the company begins its activities with several biowastes recycling projects based in a circular economy system considering the European policies reflected in the Green Action Plan for SMEs and the smart specialization program RIS3 strategies.

BBD provides its employees, partners, associates and clients a company’s notarized memory, which defines the philosophy, politics and scope of action of the company in all its aspects



The RIS3 is focused on the national and regional smart specialization strategies. The European Commission demands every European region to choose their development priorities based on research and innovation, so they can design a “Research and Innovation Smart Specialization Strategy” (RIS3) of their own.

One of the main RIS3 objectives is to find entrepreneurs looking for efficiency and creating synergy and innovation to transform the regional economy. “The most promising way for a region to promote growth based on knowledge consists in the diversification of technologies and services. Innovation must also be based on social practices, human capital and new forms of cooperation. What matters is not diversification per se but rather specialized technological diversification in emerging economic activities and thus achieve higher added-value.”

“The Green Action Plan (GAP) aims to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) take advantage of the opportunities offered by the transition to a green economy. It presents ways for SMEs to turn environmental challenges into business opportunities”-. 2015, European Commission

Objectives of the GAP:

The GAP aims to help businesses by:

  • Improving productivity,
  • Driving down costs,
  • Supporting green entrepreneurship,
  • Developing European leadership in green processes and technologies.

The European Green Action Plan understands the progress of the efficient use of resources depends on the conjoint of a value-chain approach with the application of complex technical solutions in the companies. It is estimated the efficient use of resources along the value-chain may reduce between 17% and 24% the need for raw materials. Moreover, circular business models are likely to create business opportunities with the development of green technologies for existing and forthcoming SMEs in all sectors, services industry included.


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The overall view of our company is based on two fundamental pillars: the usability of historical thought to enrich the future; and the implementation of the newest knowledge on technologies, methods and systems (TMS) to face the present societal challenges.

Our magnifying lens watches the essential foundations for modern civilization development: food production, energy, water and education. Making use of the acquired knowledge and know-how related to new discoveries we aim for a sustainable economic development that increasingly depend on bioeconomic breakthroughs, also known as scientific economy of the living.

The new technology tools based on automation, ICTs and the renewable energies development contribute to innovation and employment, social welfare and environment protection as ultimate goal.