South-East European Conference & Exhibition ‘SAVE the Planet’ - Waste Management, Recycling, Environment

28-30 March 2012, Sofia, BulgariaOrganizer: Via ExpoThe event encourages the investments, transfer of good practices and technologies to the Regional market where foreign companies can find plenty of opportunities. 'Exhibition - Conference' format turns it into a professional platform for product exploration, discussion, professional enrichment, networking and new partnerships setting up.

The exhibition will put on display new technologies and equipments for waste collection, treatment, landfill and composting, transport vehicles, recycling systems, environmental monitoring & protection services, etc.

The Conference program will include the following sessions: Waste prevention, Recycling/Resource Recovery, Energy and resource recovery, Landfilling and Environmental aspects of waste treatment technologies.

Event partners are: European Biomass Association (AEBIOM), European Suppliers of Waste to Energy Technology (ESWET), Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants (CEWEP), German Association of Waste-to-Energy and RDF plants (ITAD), enviMV e. V., etc.

Visitor and Attendee Profile

State Administration and Municipality Representatives; Investors; Finance Experts; Landfill Operators; Managers, Specialists in the sectors of: Waste Management, Recycling, Ecology, Construction, etc.

The 2011 edition at a glance:

- Group participation from Austria – Strategic Partner of the event

- 84 % increase of the exhibition area compared to 2010

 - 33 speakers from 20 countries

Post Event Report

Organizer: Via Expo,, Bulgaria, Phone +359 32/945 459,

600450 South-East European Conference & Exhibition ‘SAVE the Planet’ - Waste Management, Recycling, Environment
Date: 16 August 2011
Source: Via Expo

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