RIMINI – Ecomondo is the first European-Mediterranean exhibition on the circular economy with more than 1,200 companies exhibiting their products and processes and 105,000 delegates from more than 40 countries.
Taking place in Rimini, Italy from 7 to 10 November, Ecomondo enables all the major players to take part in the challenges and opportunities of the new era for sustainable global development.
It is part of the ‘States General of the Green Economy’ initiative, launched in 2012 in collaboration with the Italian ministries for the environment and economic development, to champion green and sustainable solutions. It is also supported by the Foundation for Sustainable Development and involves more than 6,000 stakeholders and companies.
The two main issues to be discussed this year include cities and the green economy as well as the new political and economic powers; the USA, EU and China and their role in sustainable development. Sustainable transport and mobility will be one of the new projects highlighted by Key Energy, an expo on energy solutions. There will be hundreds of seminars planned and buyers taking part in business meetings.
Sal.Ve., the Biennial Waste Vehicle Expo, will also be back in partnership with ANFIA, displaying a range of industrial and special vehicles for solid and liquid waste collection.
The circular economy is the driver of the development of a planet that aims at redefining its ecological footprint, with Italy playing a prominent role at the European level. For this reason, Ecomondo is an unmissable environmental and waste management event where professionals from every part of the world can discover the innovations and the leading companies of the sector.