1. Connect with more than 225 industry leading exhibitors from around the globe
From Aaquatools, Inc.to Zone Defense, Waste & Recycling Expo Canada promises to bring you the best in the waste management and recycling industry. Exhibitors are coming from different countries, including:
Savic Engineering is the market leader in the elimination of dust and odor problems. Their SPRAYSTREAM machines produce microdroplets to create a blanket of mist. The technology can be used in many sectors: Bulk handling industry, Recycling, Demolition works – Crushing plants, Agriculture and Horticulture, Food industry. Visit them in booth 1260.
Durabac has become a leading manufacturer in the sustainable development industry with their environmental equipment. They specialize in waste and recycling containers (front & rear load), roll-off containers (cable or hook), plastic containers, self-dumping hoppers, plastic dumping carts and various platforms. See them in booths 1223 & 1323.
Komptech Americas is a leading international technology supplier of machinery and systems for the mechanical and mechanical-biological treatment of solid waste and for the treatment of biomass as a renewable energy source. Visit them in booth 1329.
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2. Explore the latest advancements in waste and recycling
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Welcome to the world of waste management, recycling and public works. Waste & Recycling Expo Canada is a trade show that provides a platform to analyze various products and services, build relationships and network. Co-located with the Municipal Equipment Expo Canada and the Canadian Waste to Resource Conference, this multi-industry event is Canada’s ONLY show serving the waste, recycling and public works markets – all under one roof! Our 18th edition is this year, November 4-5, 2015 at Palais des Congres de Montreal, Montreal QC, Canada.
Did you know:
- In a lifetime, the average North American will throw away 600 times his or her adult weight in garbage
- 70% of landfilled waste could be either reused or recycled
- The EPA estimates that 75% of the American waste stream is recyclable, but we only recycle about 30% of it
- Across Canada it costs more than $1.5 billion per year to dispose of garbage
- Waste management in Canada has grown into an $ 8 billion industry
Interesting stuff, huh? Shocking, even? These figures tell the truth of the matter – even with continuous improvements in waste management technology and recycling program awareness in the last 10 years, we still have a long way to go towards major change!
The show provides opportunities to network with industry professionals, attend educational seminars, and discover the latest trends in the waste, recycling and public works industries.
For more information, please visit us online at www.cwre.ca / www.municipalexpo.ca and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and YouTube.