INDUSTRIALGREENTEC; increased conservation of resources, improved energy efficiency and reduced CO2 emissions On Display at Hannover messe

This is the context in which the relevant technologies and concepts will be showcased at IndustrialGreenTec – the Leading Trade Fair for Environmental Technology – running from April 23 to 27, during HANNOVER MESSE

Hannover, Germany and Princeton, New Jersey – April 10, 2012 - Optimizing the recycling chain represents a key challenge to industry. State-of-the-art production techniques involve the increased conservation of resources, improved energy efficiency and reduced CO2 emissions. Topics like urban mining and the conservation of natural resources like rare earths are becoming increasingly critical. This is the context in which the relevant technologies and concepts will be showcased at IndustrialGreenTec – the Leading Trade Fair for Environmental Technology – running from April 23 to 27, during HANNOVER MESSE.


Exhibiting under the IndustrialGreentec theme are a number of U.S. exhibitors, including Sponge-Jet, Inc. www.spongejet.com, the world's leading manufacturer of clean, dry, low dust, reusable abrasive blasting media and equipment, AllCell Technologies www.allcelltech.com, which designs and manufactures lithium-ion battery packs for portable, stationary, and transportation applications and Phenix Technologies www.phenixtech.com, a leading manufacturer of high-voltage, high-current, and high-power test systems and components.

"We are getting a fantastic response to our new trade fair," reports Oliver Frese, Senior Vice President for HANNOVER MESSE at Deutsche Messe. "Environmental protection and sustainable production in conjunction with the latest technology constitutes a major priority among our target groups at HANNOVER MESSE."

Also, recycling industry specialists will be delivering a variety of presentations containing practical information and advice for visitors to IndustrialGreenTec 2012. Presentation topics will include "Resource Recovery through Recycling", "From Refuse to Green Coal in China – the Third Generation of Residential Waste Recycling" and "From Mixed Household Waste to High-quality, Tailor-made Plastics".

For more information, please contact: Ulli Hammer at (609) 987-1202 x 205 or uhammer@hfusa.com

About HANNOVER MESSE (the Hannover Fair)

The world's leading showcase for industrial technology is staged annually in Hannover, Germany. The next HANNOVER MESSE will be held from 23 to 27 April 2012, with China to be featured as its official Partner Country. Eight flagship fairs are being staged under the umbrella of HANNOVER MESSE 2012: Industrial Automation - Energy - MobiliTec - Digital Factory - Industrial Supply - CoilTechnica - IndustrialGreenTec - Research & Technology. In 2012 the spotlight will be on industrial automation and IT, energy and environmental technologies, industrial subcontracting, manufacturing technologies, services and R&D.

About Hannover Fairs USA

Hannover Fairs USA (HFUSA) provides global fair exhibitors lead generation and product launch support across target buyers and distribution networks worldwide. HFUSA works closely with exhibitors to help them maintain their competitive position on and off the show floor and to connect with a broad range of new market audiences. For more information go to www.hfusa.com

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