Technological Centre

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CETIM is committed to bioeconomy and circular economy, also applied to the plastics sector, to achieve a renewable and environmentally sustainable industry that minimizes its dependence on fossil sources. We research the obtaining of both thermostable and thermoplastic biopolymers, from a wide variety of natural primary and secondary sources. We work on their final application in sectors such as wind power, construction or chemicals.

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Xunta and CETIM agree to collaborate in the development of the Pole for the Transformation of Galicia with which the Galician government opts for European recovery funds.

 

More than 90% of the projects of the Technology Center are linked to the circular economy and bioeconomy.

 

This year alone, CETIM has presented projects in regional, national and international R&D calls for a value of more than € 65M.

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The theme highlighted this semester is a complete report on the use of lignocellulosic materials as a sustainable alternative for the industry of the future.   Those interested in receiving the next issue can subscribe through the web.     Culleredo, September 26, 2019.- At the end of this month of September we publish the second number of our online corporate magazine to inform about the latest developments of the...

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Circular and eco-sustainable economy is the new economic model of mandatory application, not only because of the need to take care of an increasingly resentful planet with human action and with the enormous amount of waste we produce. Also for all the possibilities it offers for the industrial sector in need of new innovative alternatives to fossil resources.   According to the “European Bioeconomy in Figures” report...

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The consortium, in which Galicia, León and northern Portugal universities and technology centres participate, will develop a biorefinery for the eco-sustainable valorisation of residual biomass from the wine sector of these regions.   CETIM will investigate the obtaining of biopolymers and will analyze the technical, environmental and economic feasibility of the developed solutions.   The expected results are the production of biofuels and biocomposites through fermentation processes.   Culleredo, May 8,...

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