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Shenzhen to Host First Solid Waste Management Fair

Shenzhen to Host First Solid Waste Management FairAs efforts in looking for a cleaner environment is creating a huge market for the waste management sector, a solid waste management fair will be having an exhibition in Shenzhen in July 2015, the fair which started in Singapore is slowly making its way to China.

When the fair started in June 2012 in Singapore, the Asia International Waste Management and Environmental Technology Exhibition and Conference had 2.38 billion of deals reached during its three days. The fair attracted over 13,000 buyers coming from 37 countries and regions and just like other regions in Asia, China is facing the same challenges in waste management and that is why the fair is brought to Shenzhen.

During the Shenzhen Waste Management Fair the latest technologies and equipment in the waste management sector. According to Worldex Fiera Milano Exhibition the event organizer nearly half of the exhibitors are coming from overseas and from the world’s top experts in the sector that are on hand to share their expertise and experience with local visitors during the open forum.

Asia has the highest number of waste related projects that has already reached more than US$680 million, being the only waste management fair in Asia that focuses on solid waste management this year’s fair received over 60 overseas exhibitors from different parts of the world.



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