Media Corner

Keep up to date with the progress
and latest developments of IRODDI project

Informative Flyer

IRODDI project in a nutshell


Boosting the change into circular bioeconomy Poster 1

Boosting the change into circular bioeconomy Poster 2


Driving the shift towards circular bioeconomy

Achievements and impacts


Cleaner lipid processing: Supercritical carbon dioxide (Sc-CO2) and short path distillation

Inga Grigaliūnaitė (FeyeCon D&I B.V.) and M. Victoria Ruiz Méndez (Instituto de la Grasa, CSIC)


New Strategies for the Valorisation of Deodorizer Distillates of Vegetable Oils Refining in a Sustainable Circular Economy Development

Olga Gómez de Miranda Jiménez de Aberasturi (TECNALIA) and M. Victoria Ruiz Méndez (Instituto de la Grasa, CSIC)


Intermediate environmental and economic assessments of new green processes for obtaining new biobased products

To integrate and validate the IRODDI technologies and their technical performance to ensure their applicability at the industrial level, the 3 pillars of sustainability (environmental, technoeconomic and social impacts) are being addressed

IRODDI: New strategies for a sustainable development

Olga Gómez de Miranda, Scientific researcher from TECNALIA and IRODDI coordinator, illustrates the innovative technologies and strategies in place to improve sustainable development


Press releases

The IRODDI project successfully proves how an industrial bioeconomy model can also work with products that are not intended for energy use

After 36 months, the innovative project IRODDI, funded by BBI JU, concluded by demonstrating that waste (bio)materials such as by-products of the refining industry of vegetable oils and fats (technically known as deodorizer distillates) are a profitable source of resources to obtain high-value products, beyond energy uses for biofuel production.

IRODDI project celebrates the 7th annual International Day of Women and Girls in Science 2022

In celebration of the 7th annual International Day of Women and Girls in Science, IRODDI is shining a light on the 25 brilliant women who are part of the project and who are investigating to boost a change focus on new sustainable and circular processes based on the bioeconomy.

IRODDI project or how to take advantage of the residual streams of oils and fats refining

The new BBI JU project IRODDI, which involves widely experienced organizations within the consortium, has held its kick-off meeting virtually and officially started to work in the project.