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ITALIAN EXHIBITION GROUP (IEG) PRESENTS ECOMONDO BRASIL FROM 21st to 23rd MAY 2019
Press release n. 2 of the 20/05/2019 12.32.49 ( download )
.Following the recent CDEPE in China, IEG is continuing internationalization activity
of its know-how connected with environmental sustainability.
In Brazil attention is focused on reverse logistics and solutions for sustainability management
of industrial and organic waste.
Rimini, 20th May 2019 . From tomorrow until 23rd May 2019, San Paolo Expo Center Italian Exhibition Group is hosting a new edition of Ecomondo Brasil.
Ecomondo Brasil is a B2B exhibition dedicated to technological solutions for the management of industrial waste with a focus on agricultural biomass. The expo area will host some innovations for more effective and efficient management of waste (municipal, industrial and automotive recycling).
A program of in-depth coverage, workshops and conferences completes the expo showcase by South American companies, who take Europe as an advanced model at world level for the exploitation and efficient use of every type of waste.
The expo event confirms IEG´s commitment to transferring to an area undertaking an upgrading process to environment policies, carried out with problems that are also of a political nature, its know-how, built up in twenty years of Ecomondo, Europe´s leading international expo for the circular economy.
The exhibition is organized by Expo Extratégia Brasil, the company in which IEG and Tecniche Nuove are shareholders.
As well as the promotion of technical innovation, IEG´s other aim is to establish relations with the key buyers as far as South American demand is concerned, in order to organize delegations visiting Ecomondo, being held from 5th to 8th November at Rimini Expo Centre.
The event in San Paolo follows that organized in March in China, where Ecomondo´s international core was a key player at the CDEPE - Chengdu Environmental Protection Expo, the largest expo for environmental protection in Western China, a bridge between south-west China and World Green Technologies.