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Waste Management & Recycling  
Exhibition & Conference for South-East Europe
7 - 9 March 2017, Sofia, Organizer: Via Expo
The 8th edition of the South-East European Exhibition Save the Planet is coming in a few months. Over the years of its existence since 2010, the event has proved its significance for the Region, dealing with its priority sectors and facilitating the establishment of new business partnerships.
The exhibition in 2017 has already attracted main industry players from Austria, Bulgaria, Belgium, Greece, Italy, Denmark and Switzerland. Some of the technologies and products they present are shredders, presses, briquette-making equipment; weighing systems, baling systems; recycling systems and technologies, thermal treatment of residual waste; automated conversion of waste into biomass; compact biomass boilers; district heating systems, air filtration applications.  
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In the December issue of Save the Planet bulletin you will find the latest news from some of our exhibitors and partners.
Contact for Save the Planet:
Ms. Ginka Dimitrova - T 00359 32 512 906,  E
Interview with Mr. Cristiano Perin, export area manager (sales executive) at Forrec - an exhibitor at Save the Planet 2017
Please present the company and tell us what your motivation is to take part in the event.
Forrec is an Italian manufacturing company. We produce waste recycling technology ​​and for 5 years we have been following a developing program for ​the internationalization of our company. In this program there is a very important part related to exhibitions, which is one of the best ways to promote our technologies all around the world. The Bulgarian market is new for Forrec. 
This European territory, not so far from Italy, may be the new area to discover a strategic bridge to reach the East European countries and the Middle East area.
What products will you showcase and what kind of waste are they applicable to?
​We will showcase shredders and solutions for waste management. Actually, we will present a simple plant for the selection of waste - both selected collection and MSW. Also, we will promote our new disc sieves, which are innovative and ​easier to manage compared to other direct competitors. Apart from that, we put all our efforts in renewing our single shaft shredders, which is affirmed as the right machine for waste preparation to produce  RDF (Residual Derived Fuel).
Recently Forrec has designed a line capable of reducing the material preparation phases. Tell us more about this technology. Read the whole interview here.
Partners of Save the Planet 2017
  FEAD continues its prolonged and esteemed partnership with the SEE 'Save the Planet'17
The European Federation of Waste Management and Environmental Services – FEAD, has partnered the well-established environmental event for the South-East European Region since 2011. Its promotional support is of high significance for the initiative and contributes to the event’s right recognition.
The Federation represents the European waste management industry. FEAD’s members are national waste management associations covering 18 EU Member States, Serbia and Norway. They have an approximate 60% share in the household waste market and handle more than 75% of industrial and commercial waste in Europe. FEAD represents also about 3,000 companies with activities in all forms of waste management.
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