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Engineering & innovation celebrated in Dortmund

Germany – The industrial hub that is the German Ruhr area will live and breathe process engineering on 4 and 5 November. This is when the doors to Solids and Recycling-Technik in Dortmund will open to its visitors, with 450 exhibitors showing their wares, including 200 major suppliers of recycling technology.

‘No matter what kind of solids or recycling technologies you are looking for, you will find them at these shows,’ comments Daniel Eisele, event director for Easyfairs. ‘Both shows are a mirror for the market: all the most important suppliers will be there, so the visitors have a unique chance to experience the full breadth of what is available.’

Besides, the event programme will provide 100 lectures in five open forums that cover the whole of the recycling spectrum, along with the concurrent annual Urban Mining Congress and the annual German Fire and Explosion Protection Congress.

The 33% growth in supplier attendance motivated the organiser to expand the event with an extra hall; hall 7 is entirely devoted to recycling technology. This will be the location where seminars will be held on commercial waste and the various ways in which it can be disposed of or reprocessed in the afternoon of 4 November.

On the second day, German association WFZruhr will hold workshops to explore optimised recycling through secondary raw materials as hazards and safety at recycling plants. As part of the parallel Solids trade fair, a spotlight will also be on technologies for powders, granules and solids.

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