The largest capacity of structured biomass production in Mexico. More than 8.8 million tons per year.

Considering that Bioeconomics can be defined as the study of the dynamics of living resources using economic models, existing knowledge and advanced biotechnology, Sinaloa seeks to promote its Bioeconomy as one of the key pillars which will integrate other existing economic pillars. Sinaloa will focus on clean and sustainable production of food and aquaculture, as well as advance its capacity in the conversion of biomass and management of new agricultural varieties to bioenergy and new generation biofuels.

Sinaloa has an inventory of the Residual Biomass identifying the amount and location in each region, classified as: Agricultural Biomass, Residual Fish and Aquaculture Biomass, Residual Biomass and Biomass of Urban Solid Residues.