Spain’s leading supplier of advanced steel structure solutions for solar power installation Gonvarri Metal Structures GMS R&D is participating in the MAGAYA project, whose objective is the revaluation of apple waste from the production of natural Asturian cider, by transforming it into a biopolymer that can be used in a new additive manufacturing process. In this way, it is hoped to obtain a biodegradable material that can be used for 3D printing of parts that can replace the current non-structural plastic parts in the future, being one of the R&D activities oriented towards sustainability and reduction of the carbon footprint. MAGAYA is a collaborative project led by the advanced manufacturing cluster MetaIndustry4 and funded by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism, through the call for Innovative Business Clusters 2022b, within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan. In this interCluster innovation and R&D project, 7 organizations collaborate: the Toy Valley Cluster CEIV, the AIMPLAS Plastic Technology Institute, Prime Biopolymers, Venvirotech Biotechnology, GONVARRI MS R&D, Triditive and MI4 as coordinator. Both Clusters, CEIV and MI4, will be in charge of giving visibility to the project at a regional and national level through a campaign of dissemination and transfer of results, as well as working on the identification of new applications and use cases for the material and applied technology. MAGAYA is a project financed by the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, through the Call for Innovative Business Groups of the year 2022b, within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan.