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‘Save the Planet’ (27-29 March 2018, Sofia, Bulgaria) will present sustainable waste management and recycling solutions and we are continuing to announce its participants.

The focus of this bulletin will be the company WEHRLE Umwelt GmbH. Since 1982 WEHRLE Umwelt GmbH consults, engineers and builds plants for the treatment of landfill leachate and industrial effluents. On 28 March Dragana Radanov, Sales and Project Engineer for Central Europe will speak on Treatment of Waste Derived Liquids within the frame of the 9th South-East European Waste Management & Environment Conference. By visiting their stand you will have the chance to learn more about the solutions they offer.  

In this issue you can read more about our partner - the Foundation for Local Government Reform (FLGR). It is an independent professional resource center, assisting local authorities.

There is no need to present our long-term media partner Recycling International. We just take the opportunity to congratulate them on the 20th anniversary in the global recycling business. 

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Get more info about the event from Ginka Dimitrova, email: sales4@viaexpo.com, tel. 00359/32512906, 00359/882240437
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
Since 1982 WEHRLE Umwelt (WEHRLE Environmental) consults, engineers and builds plants for the treatment of landfill leachate and industrial effluents.
WEHRLE also offers related services like plant operation, plant efficiency optimisation and upgrades of existing plants for better performance or to achieve a higher outlet quality. Beyond the effluent treatment to indirect or direct discharge limits or process water recycling, WEHRLE offers systems for biogas generation, sludge reduction and the recovery of heat energy and nutrients from the effluent. The range of technologies incorporated by WEHRLE stand for space-saving, easy-to-operate, reliable and life-cycle treatment plants with lowest possible operation costs. With 300 references on 5 continents, WEHRLE is a leading supplier for waste derived liquids and industrial effluent treatment.
 
 
Interview with Ms. Dragana Radanov, Sales and Project Engineer for Central Europe, WEHRLE Umwelt GmbH

     
Tell us more about WEHRLE Umwelt GmbH and your activity in the SEE Region. Which other companies from the group of WEHRLE will you present at the exhibition in Sofia?

WEHRLE is active in the whole SEE region since a decade. The first and the largest treatment plant for leachate in Slovenia is our BIOMEMBRAT® High-Performance Mem-brane BioReactor (MBR). This plant is in operation since 2010 with excellent performance and low operation costs. Since 2016, this plant is also treating effluent from an MBT plant – a fine example of this future prove and flexible technology.
But WEHRLE is not only supplying large units: Direct RO leachate treatment plants have been installed in Greece, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania including fully automated cleaning procedures. The plants are designed as turnkey containerised plant in order to ensure cost-effective installation on site and a quick start-up. The interview continues here
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
            Partners and media partners 2018
 
 
Foundation for Local Government Reform (FLGR) is an independent professional resource center, assisting local authorities. Its mission is to promote effective, partnership-based local development & to increase the capacity of the NGO sector in Bulgaria.
 
 
 
 
Anniversary alert: Recycling International turns 20!
 
This year is without doubt an important one for Recycling International; 2018 marks our 20th year in the global recycling business.

Since the first edition of the magazine rolled off the presses in May 1998, a lot has changed…
We have seen scrap prices jump up and down, many business mergers and start-ups, a profoundly growing support for sustainable targets, all while recycling solutions have become smarter and more powerful. Not least, we’re pleased to have expanded our community to include readers in more than 100 countries around the globe.