SHANGHAI , Aug. 19, 2013 /CNW/ - The organizer of the China Clean Expo (UBM Sinoexpo), and the Shanghai Environment Protection Industry Association have come to a mutual agreement to work together on the China International Waste Management & Recycling Show 2014, concurrently held with China Clean Expo 2014 in an attempt to create a leading professional show in this industry and unearth potential business opportunities.
The China Clean Expo was launched in 2002 and is the biggest cleaning show in China . It has become one of the best international cleaning shows in the world. The China International Waste Management & Recycling Show 2014, concurrently held with China Clean Expo 2014, will share the advantages and resources of the China Clean Expo. It will no doubt offer a one-stop trading and information exchange platform for professionals from the waste management industry, as well as provide the most advanced solutions for solid waste disposal, catering waste recycling and others, enabling the reduction of costs and improving both efficiency and the environment.
The Shanghai Environment Protection Industry Association was founded in 1985. It is dedicated to the prevention and control of environmental pollution, improving the environment, protecting natural resources, the implementation of strategies for sustainable development, and more. The association not only focuses on promoting the progress in science and technology in the environmental protection industries with an emphasis on R&D technology and market developments, but also on introducing and promoting the latest technology and products home and abroad to advance the development of the industry as a whole.
The show will display a wide range of technology and products including waste processing equipment, municipal sanitation equipment, environment sanitation operations and processing technology, and toilets categories. Together with China Clean Expo 2014, it is estimated that it will attract 400 exhibitors and 20,000 professional visitors from around the globe with a show area of 40,000 square meters.
SOURCE: UBM Sinoexpo
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