Growing waste is a huge challenge for the countries in South-East Europe. The ‘Save the Planet’ Conference will present the most modern environmental solutions and practices for solving the multiple problems. It is an efficient networking platform and will outline good opportunities for the private-public partnerships between business and municipalities.
‘Save the Planet’ Exhibition encourages the technology transfer to the South-East European market, which is in a major need of advanced equipment in the waste management, recycling and environment sectors.
It will provide participants with a quick market entry opportunity – they will meet face-to-face new partners and customers, searching for innovative products & services needed to achieve their waste minimization and recycling goals.
Austrian Pavilion – the Austrian environmental know-how was showcased for the 4th year in a row at an enlarged exhibition area
Hungarian National Participation, organized by the Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency
Strong International Presence of well-known companies - Balbok Engineering; Crest Group; Dekonta a.s.; Elkoplast CZ; Europlast Kunststoffbehälterindustrie; ESE GmbH; EREMA Engineering Recycling Maschinene und Anlagen GmbH; Herbold Meckesheim; IFE Aufbereitungstechnik GmbH; Meva Bulgaria; Polish Embassy, Polytechnik Luft- unf Feuerungstechnuik GmbH; Recycling Bulgaria; Roland Trading; Weiss A/S; Vecoplan Austria GmbH, etc.
Vast Promotion in over 23 countries
Keynote speakers from the European Commission - DG Environment; European Federation of Waste Management and Environmental Services (FEAD); Association of Cities and Regions for Recycling and Sustainable Resource Management - ACR+; International Solid Waste Association; Association for Waste Treatment and Recycling Technology within VDMA; European Network of Environmental Professionals (ENEP); Ministry of the Environment in Vienna, etc.
Sessions: Waste Administration, Waste-to-energy, Composting, Waste Minimization Strategies, etc.
The Profile of attendees: State Administration and Municipality Representatives; Industry Professionals in the Sectors of Waste Management, Recycling, Landfill, Environment, Construction, Finance, etc.
Italian Workshop devoted on the Italian waste know-how & practices
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