The “steinexpo” is an international demonstration show for the construction materials industry, which takes place every three years in the largest basalt quarry of Europe and thus the exhibition provides an impressive backdrop. The focus of this fair lies in the active, practical live demonstration of machinery and equipment. From solving, loading and transport via crushing and sieving through to the enhancement will be shown live, what the market has to offer in the fields of technology and howit can be used optimally.
Johannesburg (South Africa)
September 12 – 14, 2017
German Joint Pavilion
IFAT Africa is a forum and an exhibition on environmental technologies, which takes place once a year in Johannesburg. As an offshoot of the IFAT in Munich, it offers the full range of environmental technologies and services with a comprehensive product portfolio ranging from simple to technologically advanced machines and solutions in the areas of water, sewage, refuse, recycling and energy conservation.
The news in the construction industry, the latest information about building products and services – since 1956, NordBau offers a platform for specialized audiences, as well as public and private interested persons alike. This is where industry and handicrafts, construction companies and architects, building materials trade, housing companies meet, but also chambers, associations and municipalities. Visitors, builders and home ownership owners will find out about current construction trends – on an annual basis.
POL-ECO SYSTEM is an international trade fair for environmental protection and the largest show of the ecological sector in New Europe. It brings together under one roof the most important exhibitors from the industry, influential figures and widely recognised experts in ecology and municipal services management. Poleko will encompass the following sectors: water and waste water, energy and renewable energy, climate change, waste and recycling, air, noise and vibrations as well as measurement and control equipment. Each sector will feature numerous conferences and other attractive events.
Dubai (United Arabic Emirates)
September 25 – 27, 2017
The trade show Middle East Waste & Recycling – Waste Management and Recycling Expo takes place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The frequency of the trade show is annual, within Community Management Week. The main exhibit sector of the trade show Middle East Waste & Recycling is: Waste and recycling solutions and products.
The IFAT India is India’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, refuse and recycling. It takes place once a year in Mumbai and is an offshoot of the IFAT in Munich, the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management.
Visitors come to Expobiomasa to inform themselves on the latest trends and innovations in the following main exhibit sectors: Use of biomass from forest and agriculture, energy plants, domestic heating, generation of electricity and heat, biofuels, biogas, solid biofuels, services. The frequency, at which Expobiomasa is held, is biennial.
The Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo is open to participants from Canada and North American, among them engineers, industrial managers, property managers, recycling coordinators, disposal service companies, landfill operators, demolition companies, as well as industrial associations, lawyers, consultants, public institutions and employees from federal and local governments related with the collection, processing, recycling and disposal of waste. This exhibition will also attract thousands of possible buyers looking for information about the latest processing and disposal technologies. Excursions, seminars and sessions will complete the program.
At the Ecomondo, a wide range of technical opportunities, systems, equipment and services for solving complicated specific environment problems will be presented. The fair provides the best opertunities for networking on innovations and finding company relationships for this continually expanding sector, with the highest investment and profit forecasts over the next ten years.