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Metalriciclo – a new metals recycling event

Archiv – Organised by Edimet, Metalriciclo is the name of a new metals recovery and recycling show to be held from September 14 to 16 this year at the Garda Fair Centre in Montichiari, Brescia. The event will be dedicated to the technologies, solutions, products, machinery and equipment associated with the collection, selection, processing, recycling and re-use of ferrous and non-ferrous scrap.
Organised by Edimet, Metalriciclo is the name of a new metals recovery and recycling show to be held from September 14 to 16 this year at the Garda Fair Centre in Montichiari, Brescia. The event will be dedicated to the technologies, solutions, products, machinery and equipment associated with the collection, selection, processing, recycling and re-use of ferrous and non-ferrous scrap.
Organisers point out that issues such as environmental protection, energy resource management and sustainable development are presenting the metallurgical industry with major challenges. Notably, operators are experiencing ever-increasing difficulty in procuring supplies of raw material, whether of primary or secondary origin.
Publishing company Edimet specialises in metals and is behind a number of established shows, including the Metef international aluminium fair and the Alumotive exhibition/conference devoted to the transport sector. Metalriciclo is targeted at scrap collectors, processors and consumers, waste disposal organisations and scrap traders, as well as at associations and other bodies with an interest in recycling. Exhibitors will be drawn from the following disciplines: collection, transport, handling and logistics; reduction and crushing; sorting, selection and separation of scrap; warehousing of scrap; packaging systems; measurement and control instrumentation; environmental control and safety; accident prevention; and metals dealing and trading.
The accompanying conference programme is designed to encourage the sharing of know-how and innovation. According to the preliminary programme, the morning of September 14 will be devoted to ferrous metals, with particular focus on end-of-life vehicles, while the emphasis during the afternoon will be on non-ferrous metals. The following morning will bring a more technical look at ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Several other special events are still to be finalised.

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