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We have the pleasure to present you updated news about Save the Planet - a platform for knowledge exchange and market exploration of the SEE Region.

The business, state authority and the general public in the Region are increasingly aware of the benefits of recycling and waste management - less environmental pollution, new resource flows, energy saving and creation of new jobs. Due to the big market potential and  business opportunities the 2013 edition is expected to attract more exhibitors, visitors and delegates.

The Exhibition features a strong international presence - companies from Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania and Turkey.

Some of our exhibitors and partners introduce their activity.

Have an enjoyable reading!

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A Weiss plant is most sufficient for small/medium size communities requiring electricity and/or heating by using household and industrial waste as a no-cost fuel instead of stowing/landfilling. Environmentally the best for: Small/ Independent/ Island-/Rural communities, Communities in permafrost

By burning waste products, energy can be recovered, resulting not only in substantial reduction in fossil fuel consumption but also CO2 emission. Flue gas is cleaned by means of the latest techniques in filter systems. Weiss Plants fulfill all national and local emission requirements.

www.weiss-envikraft.dk

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BalBok Engineering Co. is a company with over 20-year of experience in waste management services for hazardous and non-hazardous waste, and radioactive waste. This includes treatment and transportation, waste collection equipment, science research, consultancy, professional training and publishing.

www.balbok.com

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The Association of Cities and Regions for Recycling and Sustainable Resource Management (ACR+)

ACR+ is an international network of cities and regions who share the aim of promoting smart resource consumption and sustainable management of municipal waste through prevention at source, reuse and recycling. Created in 1994 in Pamplona, the association gathers nearly 100 members across 23 countries, mainly local and regional authorities, as well as national networks of local authorities, representing approximately 1400 municipalities.

The organization allows its members to stay in close contact with events and discussions held at the European level, and gives them the opportunity to exchange information and experiences through studies, technical reports, newsletters, conferences and seminars.

ACR+ is also involved in several European projects such as Pre-waste (Interreg IVC) or Miniwaste (Life) or the European Week for Waste Reduction. The association’s recent initiatives include the ACR+ EPR Club, a platform for exchange and debate about extended producer responsibility in Europe; the ACR+ Observatory, focusing on the challenges of waste statistics at local and regional level; and the ACR+MED network, promoting sustainable waste and resource management in the Mediterranean region.

www.acrplus.org

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RECYCLING magazine has been reporting on the latest developments in the field of recycling and waste management for 60 years, regarding economy, politics and technology. The editorial staff examines each of the various groups of materials and likewise analyses events in the world of business, politics and technology. The main focus is placed on the readers’ need for information – for compact, thoroughly researched articles with a high degree of practical benefit.

The reporting is amply accompanied by a comprehensive range of information online. More information: www.recycling-magazine.com

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Exhibitions & Conferences

Sofia Sport & Healthy Life Exhibition

 

Via Expo is a Member of:


Bulgarian Association of Recycling


Bulgarian Photovoltaic Association


Bulgarian- Swiss Chamber of Commerce


German-Bulgarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce


Bulgarian Industrial Association


Green tips: Learn how you can reduce the environmental impact of your daily actions, whether at home, at work or on the road.

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EUR 150 Mio support for a biomass and waste-fired cogeneration plant in Lithuania approved by the EC

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Occupational exposure to the municipal solid waste workers in Chandigarh, India

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Sustainability assessment and prioritisation of bottom ash management in Macao

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Multi-criteria decision making to support waste management: A critical review of current practices and methods

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