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VEnvirotech, wins the first edition of the Connect 'Up Awards, it is a project that converts waste into bioplastics.


On June 14, the first edition of Connect 'Up took place, in which there were 3 winning projects: VEnvirotech, Travelinho and Three for Fest. Carmen Serra, president of the Group Serra, organizer of the Connect'Up project: María Alsina, territorial director of the Balearics of Caixabank, and Josep Lluis Pons, general director of Innovation and Research of the Balearic Government, were in charge of delivering the awards.

Noelia Márquez and Patricia Aymà, who are the winners of the VEnvirotech project, of the first Connect'Up prize (8,000 euros), will have the opportunity to access the ParcBit EmprenBit incubator, where they can continue the developing of their business project with other entrepreneurs that are in the development phase

VEnvirotech, is a project that converts waste into bioplastic and purifies water through bacteria. The system is based on portable transformer plants capable of converting one kilo of waste into 23 grams of plastic compatible with the human body. This project won not only the first place in the Connect'Up awards, it is also among the finalists of the national innovation contest of Repsol.

The winners of VEnvirotech, will have job, tax and accounting advice for a year from Salomó & Bonet-Godó. Also they will have the possibility of have Rotger Cash & Carry office supplies, with a limit of 1,000 euros for one year. In addition, the 3 winning projects will enjoy UIB university postgraduate inscription, CESAG registration and the inscription for CAEB courses, as well as a comparative study of the Fundació Impulsa sector.