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Have you registered to attend Save The Planet for free?

The conference and expo Save the Planet will open its doors on 16-18 April in Sofia, Bulgaria. The event will take place at the IEC Centre, in halls 5 & 6. Readers of Recycling International can register online to attend free of charge.

Save The Planet is the only exhibition in Bulgaria devoted to advanced solutions for better waste collecting, treatment, recycling, and energy recovery. The three-day event is organised by Via Expo.

This year’s edition of the show has attracted leading names from the industry. Some of them are looking for distributors, while others will get the chance to show to industry, municipalities and agriculture representatives the benefits of new investments, which will increase efficiency and competitiveness.

What can you see?

• Granulators, which save up to 30% more energy than traditional machines.

•  Innovation that makes plastics recycling as efficient as possible.

• Solutions for alternative fuel processing – shredder for the multi-step processing of premium SRF and for singe-step processing of RDF

• Solution for the digitalisation and optimisation of the urban waste collection cycle that helps increase the recycling rates by more than 60%.

• Vehicles positioning and waste container system, barcode and QR code identification system, waste bin stocktaking system

• Proven technology of ‘co-processing’ and utilising existing facilities in the cement industry to sustainably resolve waste challenges.

• Machines for processing and recycling of C&D waste with compact size, easy transportation, and sufficient production capacity.

• Sideloaders, bin lift systems, containers

• New Kompogas technology can reduce greenhouse gas emissions in municipalities.

• Equipment for treatment and utilisation of biodegradable waste: biogas installations, composting plants, modular systems for stabilisation of organic fraction.

The parallel programme includes two seminars. These are; Project ENABLING: ‘Enhance New Approaches in BioBased Local Innovation Networks for Growth’ by the Bulgarian Biomass Association. Also, attendees may attend a talk about the LIFE Programme, detailing funding opportunities for various waste management stakeholders.

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