The 9th Save the Planet’18 is Underway
Save the Planet is the only one international event in Bulgaria in 'Exhibition-Conference' format. It will be held from 27 to 29 March 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria and focuses on the environmental development of the South-East European market.
In line with the European waste policy objectives, there is a progress in the sustainable waste management. There are a lot of opportunities for implementation of advanced technologies and practices.
"Save the Planet provides a comprehensive insight on the perspective business niches in the region" - shares the organizer Via Expo. "Leading companies from all over Europe have trusted us. During its last edition, 58% were the participants from abroad. Their main goal was to find distributors and partners for launching new projects".
In its nine years’ existence, Save the Planet has established itself as a meeting platform for decision makers, companies and municipalities, aiming to improve their resource efficiency and competitiveness. Every year the event is visited by municipality representatives, key industry players from production, commercial and public sectors.
The Exhibition covers all aspects of waste management: waste collection and transport; waste treatment; landfill; treatment of contaminated soil; waste-to-energy; composting; recycling; processing of air emissions in incinerators; services, etc.
Exhibitors, visitors, speakers and attendees benefit from the right business environment that is created during the event.
Since 2017 the organizer provides new services:
● Virtual Exhibition, active before and after the event, ensures an additional visibility and promotion
● Companies and associations will have an opportunity to hold their own seminar/workshop.
Among the Conference’18 highlights will be Circular Economy and Biowaste.
The 2017 Edition at a Glance
• Austrian & Italian Pavilions
• Exhibitors and presenters from Bulgaria, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Denmark, the Netherlands, Slovakia, South Korea, Switzerland
• 3000 trade visitors from 30 countries