Biobased Plastics for Marine and Terrestrial Applications: Exhibition, Knowledge Transfer & Workshop

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The event “Biobased Plastics for Marine and Terrestrial Applications: Exhibition, Knowledge Transfer & Workshop” under the “SEALIVE” project was successfully completed on 26th September 2023, at Love Bar, in Dubrovnik, with the attendance of 62 participants from areas such as local and regional government, fisheries, aquaculture, plastic producers and consultants.

The aim of the event, organised by AKTI Project and Research Centre and Isotech Ltd from Cyprus alongside Maritimo Recycling from Croatia, was to introduce the SEALIVE project and these 8 biobased products to key stakeholders and to facilitate knowledge exchange related to the project and its products. The event also encouraged potential synergistic and collaborative opportunities between the participants as well as with the organisers.

The workshop implemented as part of the event, aimed to disseminate knowledge on plastic pollution, climate change and bioplastic alternatives, engage the participants, learn more about their perceptions and experiences, and document suggested solutions identified from their perspective. The event concluded with an exhibition where participants could observe the SEALIVE products, ask questions, and network with a selection of finger-food and drinks.

The SEALIVE (Strategies of circular economy and advanced biobased solutions to keep our lands and seas alive from plastics contamination) project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement No 862910. This output reflects only the author’s view and the European Union cannot be held responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.

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