"Save the Planet" 2015 opens new opportunities in waste management sector in SE Europe
11-13 March, Sofia, Bulgaria
Speeding up the implementation of the latest world experience and technologies, "Save the Planet" has become one of the leading B2B event in Bulgaria, that deals specifically with problems and solutions concerning waste management and recycling in South-East Europe.
The high recycling EU targets aimed for zero-waste economy and the urgent necessity for the improving the urban and industrial landscape through sustainable innovations drive the countries from South-East Europe to develop the sector. Despite the fact that the local market is in its early stage, it offers lucrative opportunities for foreign waste and resource management businesses.
This three-day platform will attract key industry players from all over Europe and the effective format `exhibition - conference` will create better interaction between exhibitors, visitors, speakers and attendees.
"Save the Planet" will provide solutions across the entire spectrum of the field of waste management The 2014 edition features strong international presence - 69% of participants were from 10 countries. For the 6th year in a row there will be realized an Austrian Pavilion.
The exhibitors are involved in hazardous, plastics and medical waste management, collection and landfill, thermal treatment, recycling, energy recovery, etc.
Keynote speakers will explore new areas for collaboration. The organizer Via Expo announces the main accents in the program:
• "Towards a Circular Economy" - European Network of Environmental Professionals session in which will participate experts from Abfall- und Recyclingtechnik - VDMA, ENEP, PNO Consultants, etc.
• Recycling of Construction & Demolition Waste (C&DW) - European Demolition Association (EDA) presentations
• Processing and New Applications, the topic will be presented by Ton Emans, the president of Plastics Recyclers Europe.
Parallel Events: "Smart Cities" and "Save the Life" (Emergency, Rescue- and Safety Management)
Оrganizer: Via Expo - www.viaexpo.com
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