Freesen & Partner takes over waste to energy+recycling

Trade show with focus on energy security and reliable raw materials supply will stay in Bremen, Germany - new dates for 2013

Private trade show organiser Freesen & Partner GmbH takes over the "waste to energy+recycling" exhibition and conference from Messe Bremen. The international forum for the recovery of energy and materials from waste and biomass will stay in Bremen. New dates have been announced: February 19 to 20, 2013.


"We are looking back on a very good partnership with Messe Bremen", says Dr. Ines Freesen, Managing Director of Freesen & Partner. "Messe Bremen has done a lot for the launch and growth of the event. This a solid foundation that we can build on to develop the 'waste to energy+recycling" to a stronghold for the industry in Germany's northwest."

"The 'waste to energy+recycling' is about the important topic of security of supply with energy and raw materials", says Hans Peter Schneider, Managing Director of Messe Bremen and the OVB-Arena. "Finding answers to this is not only critical for the German industry but is also a global challenge. We are therefore very pleased to stay involved in the further development of the event."

The 7th edition of "waste to energy+recycling" will be held on February 19 to 20, 2013 in the Bremen exhibition centre. The event focuses on climate-friendly ways to deal with waste streams that can make a significant contribution to energy security and raw materials supply. Exhibitiors repeatedly praised the high quality of contacts they made at the internationally attended show. The concurrently held bi-lingual conference offers a unique platform for information exchange, critical discussion and networking.

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