110 brands to take part in green tech show
Sharjah, October 24, 2013
More than 110 exhibitors and brands will take part in the third Green Middle East environment management and technology exhibition, which will open next week at Expo Centre Sharjah.
The show will be inaugurated by Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qassimi, UAE Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, on October 28.
The three-day event will be hosted by Bee’ah, the fully integrated environment and waste management company, and will run until October 30.
The show will have individual segments such as solid waste, waste water, air pollution, scrap metal, alternative energy and green building, while new segments include 'Middle East Green and Natural Products' and ‘Equip 4 Municipalities’.
‘Middle East Green Products’ will be co-organised by Vienna-based Concept Agentur für Marketing & Kommunikation’s marketing and distribution arm Select Economy, featuring over 40 European suppliers dealing in recycled and eco-friendly products of interest to traders.
The second Green Middle East Environmental Excellence Awards will be presented on October 30, the last day of the show, while the Green Middle East Conference, held in association with IQPC, will be organised on October 28 and 29.
Green ME has been positioned as a comprehensive platform that both businesses and policy makers can rely on to find ways to save energy, reduce pollution, recycle more, and build greener structures and eco-friendly businesses.
The show will be open from 10 am to 6 pm for trade and professional visitors only. - TradeArabia News Service
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