Conference features four new highlights

Tuesday, 15 April, 2008

After reviewing the profiles of last year’s exhibitors and visitors, Eco Expo Asia returns in 2008 with four new highlights: Air Quality, Eco-friendly Product, Energy Efficiency and Waste & Recycling.

These will be featured this year, because last year’s statistics showed that both exhibitors and visitors were most interested in products and technologies in these categories.

Air Quality features products and services including: air pollution and gas emission control; air purification, filtration and deodorisation technology and equipment; desulphurisation and dust control technology and equipment; and gas, smoke and chemical monitoring and treatment equipment.

Eco-friendly Product exhibits biodegradable and eco-friendly raw materials; biodegradable and recycled products and packaging; eco-friendly materials for construction and fitting; and green decorative materials.

Energy Efficiency focuses on energy-efficient applications in architecture; energy-efficient vehicles; and energy-saving devices and products.

Waste & Recycling showcases biological treatment equipment; oil recycling technology and equipment; solid waste treatment, incineration and recycling systems; transport, collection and sorting of waste; and wastewater recycling technology and equipment.

Eco Expo Asia and Eco Asia Conference will run concurrently at AsiaWorld-Expo. Both events will be held from 28–31 October 2008, with 31 October opened to public.

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