The Ministry for Ecological Transition and Solidarity supports the Use It Again endowment fund. In Saint-Malo, Brune Poirson, Secretary of State to the Minister for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition, met the skipper of the trimaran Remade-Use it Again and shared an exceptional moment : the passage of the symbolic locks aboard this giant trimaran.

“More than ever, we must continue to raise awareness of the need to preserve the planet and the oceans, and there are no better ambassadors than sailors to carry this message. Some, like Romain Pilliard, in addition, have innovative projects whose objective is to change behaviours, so it's important, I am here to listen to them and for us to work together to preserve the environment".


Supported by the National Institute of Circular Economy and the Ministry for Ecological Transition and Solidarity, Use It Again Endowment Fund ! already includes several philanthropists. Romain Pilliard-Use It Again's project! is a great concrete example of what can be achieved through the circular economy, even at the highest level of offshore racing. The Route du Rhum – Destination Guadeloupe offers superb visibility to defend and promote our common values. We are very happy to accompany Use It Again! on this historic adventure. François-Michel Lambert, Deputy of the Bouches du Rhône and President of the National Institute of Circular Economy will sponsor this legendary boat on the 2 nd of November in Saint-Malo explains Stéphane Murignieux, Deputy Director General of the National Institute of Circular Economy

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