AB Vassilopoulos and Procter & Gamble join their forces and support our efforts for cleaner seas, in the context of the “Prosfero” project.


The main objectives of the project are:







Since 2018 in the context of Prosfero project, 256 cleanups have been implemented, as well as 44 environmental education and awareness-raising actions among students and citizens. In total, more than 87 tons of litter have been collected and removed with the valuable participation of 3.000 volunteers and 88 divers. While at the same time more than 430 students and 450 citizens have been informed about the impact of marine plastic pollution and possible ways to contribute to the protection of aquatic ecosystems from it.







In 2023, apart from coasts and seabeds of Euboea, Thessaly, Central Greece, and North Aegean islands focused on: 
Ecology important areas:

These selected areas are important areas for biodiversity and should also be protected and well preserved. Although, one of the main threats these areas face is pollution, while plastic pollution is rapidly increasing and is considered a serious threat to these ecosystems.

Internationally well known areas of our country, starting with Spinalonga, Caldera, Galaxidi and Psara. These areas are landmarks, both for their connection with historical events in Greece, and for the unique landscapes and natural beauty that distinguish them.

Prosfero Map:

Coastal and underwater cleanups reports:
Environmental education reports:
Informative material:
Project's Team:
Ioanna Tzioga

Ioanna Tzioga

Ioanna was born in Thessaloniki in 1995, she studied at the University of Thessaly, at the Department of Ichthyology and Aquatic Environment in Volos. Her Bachelor Thesis, focused in the variation of phytochromes and phycocyanin in the port of Volos. She completed her internship at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, at the Department of Biology, by being mainly involved in data collection.

In 2019 she conducted her MSc at the International University of Greece in Thessaloniki, at the Department of Food Science and Technology. Her Diploma Thesis is related to microplastics in the sediment on the sandy shores of Thessaloniki’s Gulf. She has attended various seminars about the Aquatic Environment and about Digital Marketing. Moreover, she has obtained Information Technology (IT) and First Aid Certifications. Currently, she works at iSea as an Aquatic Litter Pillar Director. 

Contact Info: 

E-mail: [email protected]

tel. +302313090696

mob: +306978050685
Katerina Katsaouni

Katerina Katsaouni

Katerina was born in Thessaloniki in 1998. She studied Environmental Sciences in the University of the Aegean, Department of Environment, in Mytilene. During her studies she focused on environmental education and green entrepreneurship. She has basic knowledge of R, ArcGIS and SPSS. She speaks three languages, Greek (native), English (C2), German (B1) and she is also able to communicate in Greek Sign Language. In iSea she works as a Project Manager.

Contact Info: 

Email: [email protected]

tel. +302313090696