The Bio-based Industries Consortium is really important to create new value chains and create synergy effects. EU support helps to create new jobs in remote rural areas.
José Luis Moya is a technical agricultural and forestry engineer by University of Castilla La Mancha and Executive MBA by Estema in Business School of European University Of Madrid. He started his work experience in agrifood sector as a Regional Sales Manager and in 1997 he joined Fertiangro Biotech, Vegetal Nutrition Company of Tervalis Group. With more than 20 years in Fertinagro Biotech, he had been different positions: Product Manager, Chief Commercial Officer, member of the management team and currently the CEO and Chief Commercial Officer.
Fertinagro Biotech is a partner in the BBI JU project ‘EMBRACED’ which intends to demonstrate in a relevant industrial environment a replicable, circular, economically viable and environmentally sustainable model of integrated biorefinery based on the valorisation of the cellulosic fraction of post-consumers Absorbent Hygiene Products (AHP) waste towards the production of biobased building blocks, polymers and fertilizers.
Fertinagro Biotech will develop the new biofertilizers through biomass of deactivated microorganisms from cellulose recycling process of AHP.
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