null
  • null

    We are a platform of professionals who manage and coordinate industrial projects of insect production.

  • null

    We enable the transformation of agro-food by-products and organic matter using insects.

  • null

    We develop a commercial-operational feasibility study, validate the available waste through the valuation of the transformation performed in insects and finally we elaborate a detailed business plan.
  • null

    The increase in the world population leads to the need to urgently seek additional supplies of proteins from sustainable sources for their inclusion in animal feed.

INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF ORGANIC MATTER USING INSECTS

MISSION

Development of industrial projects for the production of insects for the transformation of organic matter into raw materials with high added value.

VISION

To be the leading company in the valorization of organic matter using insects worldwide, recognized by all the groups interested in the activity of the company.

VALUES

Collaboration, innovation, perseverance, industrialization, teamwork, internationalization, circularity.

BLACK SOLDIER FLY

Hermetia illucens (Linnaeus, 1758) is commonly known as “soldier fly” (Black Soldier Fly) and belongs to the Stratiomyidae family. This species is possibly native to America (Kovac & Rozkosny, 1995) but because of anthropic activity it has spread throughout the humid and subtropical tropical regions of the planet (James, 1935). In Europe this species was registered for the first time in Malta in 1926, and since then it has been cited in other countries of the Mediterranean area, such as Albania, Croatia, France, Italy, southern Switzerland, Portugal and Spain (Martínez-Sanchéz et al. ., 2011). In the Iberian Peninsula, H. illucens was registered for the first time in 1954 in Spain, and in Portugal in 1995 (Martínez-Sánchez et al., 2011).

The larvae of this species have an essentially elongated shape (0.85 to 30 mm) with a tapered anterior end and a rounded posterior shape. The tegument is whitish to darker, and strongly sclerotized according to age (Müller, 1925). Larvae can develop in a wide variety of organic matter, from manure and decaying meat, to fruits and vegetables. They cross six larval stages, and in their last phase, they sclerotize and adopt a dark color, until forming a black and motionless pupa.

null

DATA OF INTEREST

0
% DRINKING WATER FOR AGRICULTURE
0
% OF THE CULTIVABLE EARTH TO FEED LIVESTOCK
0
MILL. PEOPLE IN 2050
0
KG. RESIDUES PER PERSON AND YEAR
0
% PROTEIN IMPORTED
0
% INCREASED FOOD PRODUCTION IN 2050
OUR
  • MODEL
  • BUSSINES
  • SERVICE
  • IMPACT

MODULAR AND SCALABLE

We adapt the production process to the needs of each client

PROFITABLE

We transform raw materials of low added value (biowaste) into raw materials of high added value (proteins, fat, chitosan and fertilizer)

SUSTAINABLE AND EFFICIENT

The energy needs and the environmental impact of the production process are lower than the rest of technologies dedicated to the transformation and valorization of biowaste
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN OUR SERVICES?

AWARDS & HONOURS

null
  • null

    Accelerated by Ship2B

    ACCELERATION | ENTREPRENEURSHIP | INVESTMENT

  • null

    ENTREPRENEUR OF THE MONTH AWARD 2018

    INFO Region of Murcia

  • null

    Innovative SME

    Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities

  • null

    SEAL OF EXCELLENCE

    European Commission

  • null

    ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR AWARD 2018

    INFO Region of Murcia – CLH

  • null

    GENERACCIÓN AWARD

    Deloitte | COTEC | Real Academia de Ingeniería

  • null

    PREMIO STARUP

    Aje | Bankia

FOR THE FUTURE

  • Testimonial #06
  • Testimonial #05
  • Testimonial #04
  • Testimonial #03
  • Testimonial #02
  • Testimonial #01

The increase in world population leads to the urgent need for additional supplies of protein from sustainable sources for inclusion in animal feed.

entomo agroindustrial

Europe imports 70% of its protein needs, it is known as "protein deficit”

entomo agroindustrial

The European Union generates 88 million tons of biodegradable organic waste and up to 1.4 million tons of manure each year.

entomo AgroIndustrial

Insects are a source of valuable nutrients for animal feed, with high content of fat, protein, vitamins, fiber and with a very significant concentration of minerals.

entomo agroindustrial

Fly larvae can reduce the mass of organic waste up to 60% in 10 days.

entomo AgroIndustrial

We enable the transformation of by-products and waste from the agro industry using insects.

entomo AgroIndustrial
MISSION OF TRAINING AND ENCOUNTERS IN ENTREPRENEURIAL ECOSYSTEM ISRAEL

We have participated in the MISSION OF TRAINING AND ENCOUNTERS IN ENTREPRENEURIAL ECOSYSTEM ISRAEL, from September 2 to 6, 2018, organized by the Institute of Development of the Region of Murcia and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Institute of Promotion of the Region of Murcia.

image
https://entomoagroindustrial.com/wp-content/themes/hazel/
https://entomoagroindustrial.com/en/
#d8d8d8
style1
scroll
Cargando publicaciones ...
/home/entomoagroindustrial/public_html/
#
on
none
loading
#
Sort Gallery
on
yes
yes
off
on
off
en