PROJECTS

BBD’s HISTORY 2015 – 2016

April 2015

The company is set up with the aim of developing two projects:

  1. Microbial production of DHA-omega 3 from mussel cooking water.
  2. “Vilas Verdes” bioeconomy model of rural development.
June 2015 – January 2016

Making use of freezing and defrosting technology by Coolnova (Norway) and Ungerman System (Germany), BBD develops a R+D+i project on seafood processes and technology validation. Among others, Spanish companies such as Pescanova, Scanfisk and Angulas Aguinaga, all leaders in this field, take part in the project.

February – April 2016

The company takes part in a technical and industrial consultancy service based on circular economy together with the R+D+i department of the prestigious company ALIMENTOS PROSALUD (Costa Rica) in the field of fishing oil-biochemistry.

June – November 2016

BBD submits the business project “Business Development of Circular Economy” in response to the call for papers of the 2016 Young Technological Enterprise NEOTEC initiative of the CDTI (Centre for Technological and Industrial Development of the Spanish Government).The project was finalist from among 500 other submissions. Now it is pending funding.

In partnership with representatives from the University of Gratz (Austria) and the University of Berlin (Germany), BBD lodges case statements before the Department of the Environment of the Xunta de Galicia and the Curtis Town Hall in relation to the 50MW biomass combustion plant of the said city council.

December 2016

BBD joins ASEBIO (Spanish Bioindustry Association)

The company is currently drawing up the proposal for the the R+D+i industrial project “Microbial Industrial Production of DHA” in which leading companies both at national and international level take part. Some of these are CSIC, AlfaLaval, the Spanish Algae Bank, Icespedes, Mejillones Ria de Arosa, etc.

BBD’s mission statement is in line with the European policies on bioeconomy development and environmental protection.

BBD is a collaborating company of the NGO Médicos sin Fronteras.

Projects for Life Sustainability