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Save the Planet - Waste Management, Recycling, Environment

11 Mar 2015 - 13 Mar 2015 - Sofia, Bulgaria



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South-East European Conference and Exhibition Scope: waste collection, transportation, waste treatment, landfill management and operations, waste-to-energy and recycling, services. Keeping pace with the market trends and demand ‘Save the Planet’ encourages the waste and recycling technology transfer to South-East Europe. It will provide participants with a quick market entry and opportunity to meet face-to-face state and municipal representatives e.g. government officials, mayors, ecologists; branch associations; investors and entrepreneurs; executives from the sectors: waste management, recycling, ecology and related industry branches. The 2014 Edition at a Glance • Austria was again a supporting country due to its remarkable achievements which were demonstrated at the traditional Austrian Pavilion. • Leading companies from Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland showcased their latest industry developments. • Anis Trend, EREMA, Europlast Kunststoffbehälterindustrie, IFE Aufbereitungstechnik, Komptech, Herbold Meckesheim, International Baler Service, Lindner-Recyclingtech, Hitachi Zosen Inova, Tecnova, Untha Shredding Technology and Vecoplan Austria are among the exhibitors. The Conference 2014 Highlights • EU Waste Management Day, in partnership with ENEP & ACR+, provided all participants with key information on market entry, an opportunity to meet face-to-face state and municipal representatives and draw in expertise from across the European Union. An accent was also put on the Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 in SE Europe which have a significant impact on the speed of future investments in the waste management field. • Speakers from: EC DG Environment, EC DG REGIO, Association of Cities and Regions for Recycling and Sustainable Resource Management (ACR+) and the European Network of Environmental Professionals (ENEP). Bulgarian Association of Municipal Environmental Experts, Sofia Municipality, Bulgarian industrial Association, etc • Waste-to-Energy Workshop, in collaboration with WtERT, Greece, presented Global and Local Perspectives for New Waste-to-Energy Projects & Waste-to-Energy for Sustainable Economic and Social Development.

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