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Are you ready for Pollutec Online?

The postponement of the Pollutec tradeshow to October 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic has inspired organisers to design a fully digital meeting for the original dates of the 2020 edition.

This year can still finish on a high thanks to Pollutec Online, taking place from 1 – 4 December. The programme will include 25 live talks in TV studios in Paris and Lyon covering eight of Pollutec’s major themes: circular economy, sea & coastline, waste management, biodiversity & natural habitats, energy & energy efficiency, water management, sustainable cities & territories and mobility.

Also part of the digital event are;

• Exhibitor workshops – taking place as webinars or round tables, in parallel with the conference programme – so that companies from every sector can present their solutions, innovations and achievements.

• The best of innovation in 2020 with the Pollutec Innovation Awards. Between 16:15 and 17:15 on Tuesday 1 December, the 10 innovations selected by a dedicated jury of experts will be pitched by the candidate companies. The announcement of the 3 winners will take place on Wednesday, December 2nd at 12:00 pm in a live conference.

Additionally, a brand new Solutions Directory has been launched for Pollutec Online. This search engine tool allows users to drill down into content about products, services and technologies from the companies present at Pollutec, and get in touch with them directly.

‘Pollutec was eagerly awaited this year to put the environment at the heart of the economic recovery,’ says Alexis de Gérard, Director of Pollutec. He argues it is ‘vital’ to allow exchanges between experts from all over the world, to discover new solutions, innovations and market trends, to promote everyone’s successes and of course facilitate the business-generating meetings that companies need ‘now more than ever’.

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