Join PLASTIC FANTASTIC: Hackathon & Acceleration Program to Combat Plastic Pollution!

Are you passionate about combating plastic pollution and eager to be part of a solution-oriented initiative? Look no further than PLASTIC FANTASTIC – an international online Hackathon and acceleration program organized by the REMEDIES program. This innovative event brings together experts from diverse backgrounds across Europe and the Mediterranean to hack the circle of plastic.

PLASTIC FANTASTIC offers a unique opportunity for up to 30 plastic solutions to participate in a 2-day Bootcamp, followed by a 2-day Hackathon. The program culminates in the selection of three winners who will receive custom business support until July 2024. Whether you’re an environmental enthusiast, a business expert, or an impact entrepreneur, this event is designed to accelerate your solution and connect you with a prominent community dedicated to tackling plastic pollution.

During the Hackathon, participants will collaborate with environmental and business experts, water and environmental activists, and impact entrepreneurs to further develop solutions related to the detection, monitoring, collection, valorization, and prevention, as well as the reuse of plastic litter. Whether you have an innovative idea on the drawing board or are part of a recently established non-profit or for-profit organization, PLASTIC FANTASTIC welcomes your participation.

To apply for PLASTIC FANTASTIC, visit the website and submit your application by the 28th of March. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a groundbreaking entrepreneurship program dedicated to addressing one of the most pressing environmental challenges of our time.

Share this opportunity with friends and colleagues who are passionate about sustainability and innovation. Together, let’s make a difference and create a more sustainable future for our planet.

For further inquiries, feel free to reach out directly to Elena Kalimeri at

Join PLASTIC FANTASTIC today and be part of the solution to plastic pollution!

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