As of: 18.01.2011SAVE THE DATE: Great Britain – Business opportunities in the British recycling and waste management sector! (March 1st 2011, Bonn)

RETech event at the German Federal Ministry for the Environment

Great Britain will need around 1,700 new waste treatment and recycling plants to meet long-term political objectives and EU requirements for the sector. Prospects are particularly good for recycling of paper and board, the sale of highly efficient waste-glass sorting facilities, and collection and recycling of plastics. Energy recovery from waste is being promoted through feed-in tariffs for electricity produced on a decentralised basis and (from April 2011) for heat from biogas and biomass.

This gives recycling and waste management companies excellent opportunities for the provision of facilities, know-how and services.

RETech will provide you with first-hand information on the risks and chances of the British market. German and British experts will give you important insights into the sector, provide tips on financial and technical aspects and be available to answer your specific questions.

Join us and gain a key information advantage for your activities in Great Britain!

Further information on the programme and how to register will be made available shortly here in the RETech internet portal in the Latest News section.

 
 

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Source: Euwid