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Salon professionnel
Du 8 mars 2006 au 10 mars 2006 à Shanghai - Chine
2ème édition du salon de l'environnement
Salon organisé avec le soutien de la CAEPI (China association of environmental protection association).

SHANGHAI, CHINA Green specialists will unveil revolutionary eco-technology at the second biennial Pollutec exhibition in March. As China hurtles towards becoming a fully industrialised state the race to find renewable resources and environmental tools that will help to ameliorate the strain on the middle kingdom’s natural resources has caught pace. Key note speakers from Expo 2010 and Shanghai’s Environmental Protection Bureau will share their knowledge about the most cutting-edge equipment and developments in the environmental field at Pollutec China 2006 (March 8 -10). Buyers not only get a vast overview of some of the most revolutionary environmental products on the market today they also get the opportunity to network with the major players who are driving China’s green revolution at Pollutec China 2006. Esteemed specialists from 10 countries and regions including China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, France, Germany, Italy, Singapore, UK and the US will attend the three day show, allowing visitors the chance to quickly develop a rich network of key contacts.

The exhibition, which is co-hosted by Reed Exhibitions and Shanghai Environmental Protection Industry Association, has received great support from leading environmental solutions companies and China's key government authorities including nine regional environmental protection associations. These agencies are playing a central role in helping to clean up China’s natural resources and encouraging firms to use “green” power. “The research and development of eco-resources has become a key priority for local government, so it is great to see an exhibition that brings together seasoned experts in the environmental sector under one roof,” says Mr. Zheng from Shanghai Environmental Protection Industry Association.

According to the country's city environmental management report released on June 2nd last year, Shanghai's investment in the environmental industry in 2004 accounted for 22.5 billion RMB, around 3.03% of the city's GDP. These statistics are echoed in national figures. In recent years, China’s environmental protection sector swelled by 15-20% allowing many green businesses the opportunity to play a salient role in transforming the way that companies manage their resources. Last year, Pollutec China attracted over 200 environmental solution companies from fifteen countries and regions. Twenty-eight percent of exhibitors attended Pollutec China 04 said they expected business leads to total at least USD 500,000 in real income within the 12 months after the show closed. “The environmental sector has grown significantly in the past few years as China becomes aware of the need to manage natural resources. In SUEZ, we are committed towards developing new initiatives in the field of water and wastewater treatment, garbage collection and incineration to ensure that China develops in a way that protects and contributes to sustainable development.” says Mr. Michel Detay, President from SUEZ China.

Over the course of the three day exhibition there will a variety of workshops on air, water, energy, renewable energy, noise and waste at the Green Business China Summit, so that buyers and suppliers will have the opportunity to find valuable solutions to their problems. Representatives from a variety of esteemed companies, government departments and academies, such as Hewlett Packard, ERM Consultancy, Kimberly Clark, Intel, UPM Kymmene Corporation, the Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau and the Shanghai Academy of Science and Technology will give lectures on ecological research and development, renewable alternative energy and environmental business opportunities. Indeed, Pollutec’s line-up of distinguished guest speakers and highly sought after exhibitors has effectively put this exhibition on the map. Already the swell of interest in the show has been remarkable.


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