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Recycleye Joins EIT RawMaterials Accelerator Programme

Recycleye has partnered with EIT RawMaterials, joining its Accelerator Programme,  a pan-European programme that provides tailored coaching and tools to scale-up.

EIT RawMaterials which is funded by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, a body of the European Union, is the largest consortium in the raw materials sector worldwide.

“Recycleye combines a unique and highly scalable technology for sorting wastes with a very dynamic team aiming for fast market introduction and business growth. The EIT RawMaterials accelerator program is designed to support fast-growing startups such as Recycleye and we are proud to be contributing to their success”

Nicolas Menou, Business Development Manager, EIT RawMaterials

“EIT RawMaterial’s backing, network and ecosystem are propelling Recycleye forward. We look forward to deepening and continuing our relationship with EIT RawMaterials to further strengthen Europe’s recycling infrastructure”.

Victor Dewulf, CEO Recycleye

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