29 Jan, 2019
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Waste management is an expanding industry in SE Europe and the solutions providers are looking for opportunities to extend its network. As a leading event for the sector in Bulgaria, Save the Planet will take place for the tenth consecutive year on 16-18 April in Sofia. 
 
The synergy of the good business environment during the show and the numerous promotional services help the exhibitors get the maximum value out of the participation and to achieve their marketing goals: to enter a new market, to launch innovations, to find local distributors and clients from SEE.   

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HIGHLIGHTS
• Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) is an exhibitor at Save the Planet and a global leader in energy from waste (EfW). Rolf Hunt, Sales Manager, presents the latest company solutions. 
• An interview with Mr. Francisco Cobo, President of the European Demolition Association (EDA) 
• RECYCLING demolizioni & riciclaggio - Media Partner

Have a nice reading,
Via Expo Team
THE INTERVIEW
Municipalities can reduce green-house gas emissions by using Kompogas technology

Dear Mr. Hunt, how can the municipalities in Bulgaria and the region use waste as a resource and how can HZI technologies help them improve the process? Waste is a resource that is well suited for Combined Heat and Power production and will contribute in any municipality to improve the environmental impact of the waste both locally and globally through reduced green-house gas emissions. By applying a solid, robust and well proven technology as provided by Hitachi Zosen Inova, the residual waste, which is not suitable for recycling or recovery can be transformed into cost effective, sustainable and clean electric power and heat to the benefit of the inhabitants. Green sorted waste fractions can also efficiently be transformed to high grade bio gas in the Kompogas continuous dry AD plant. This gas can be upgraded to a quality suitable for the use in the transport sector and will further contribute to reduce the negative impact on the climate from this sector. At the same time the Kompogas technology will produce a high grade compost that can safely be applied for agricultural use.
 
Which other industries could take advantage of HZI technologies and use waste to produce heat and electricity? Any industry that requires large amounts of heat and power for its production can benefit from changing fuel source to waste rather than fossil fuels. Waste is a fuel that comes with a negative cost and fits well in to a production environment where heat, steam and power is required on a high and constant basis. Click here to read the full interview
 
 
INTERVIEW
Dear Mr. Cobo, please present in brief the European Demolition Association, its main objectives and mission.

The European Demolition Association, EDA, was founded in 1978 and is the European platform for national demolition associations, demolition contractors and suppliers. EDA organizes every year activities to get together the demolition industry from all over Europe. The association has a strong focus on developments in Europe, which are of interest to the demolition industry.
Further, the EDA has amongst others the following objectives: • To look after, promote and protect the interests of the demolition industry in Europe; • To set and to promote European standards on demolition techniques and promote recycling of demolition debris; • To be involved in and have an impact on health and safety legislation; • To be involved in improving the legislation concerning the removal, depositing and recycling of demolition debris Click here to read the full interview
 
 
 
 
RECYCLING demolizioni & riciclaggio is an Italian magazine for the recycling and waste recovery in the field of construction, household, metallurgy, woodworking, etc. It examines technical, legislative and economic aspects of waste management and promotes the activities of leading companies in the sector.www.recyclingweb.it is an online portal that informs the readers about trends and technologies for recycling, environmental protection, demolition and construction waste, as well as about specialized exhibitions around the world.
 
 
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