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An ecosystem for the ecological transition

Ecomondo will occupy the entire Rimini Expo Centre premises this year. (Image source: Italian Exhibition Group)

Six themed macro-areas, a single ecosystem for ecological transition: Ecomondo 2023

Ecomondo, Italian Exhibition Group's (IEG) international trade show for industrial technologies and services for the circular economy, will be opening the doors of its 26th edition from 7-10 November at Rimini Expo Centre, Italy, with a new payoff: ‘The Ecosystem of the Ecological Transition’.

The conference will cover a range of topics including exploiting waste to make further resources for the regeneration of soil, agro-forestry and food ecosystems; energy obtained from biomass; and the use of waste as secondary raw materials. Further, the entire integrated water cycle, environmental monitoring, the protection of the sea and aquatic environments in their essential function for human sustenance alongside economic development will all be covered in Italy.

This is the exhibition layout with which IEG will be presenting the most innovative technologies for sustainable competitiveness to the market. This year’s edition is also the first in which Ecomondo will occupy the entire Rimini Expo Centre premises since renewable energies have now found their independent position on the calendar of sector expos with K.EY 2023 taking place back in March. 

Waste as Resource, Sites & Soil Restoration, Circular & Regenerative Bio-economy, Bio-Energy & Agroecology, Water Cycle & Blue Economy, and Environmental Monitoring & Control will be the themed exhibition areas at Ecomondo 2023.

Two sectors will be highlighted from among and alongside these: the specific ‘Water’ area and the new edition of SAL.VE. In the former, visitors will find the entire water resource supply chain; from capture to restitution and reuse with a focus on digital transformation (now a key element in improving water management). Top national and international utility service companies and trade associations, including Utilitalia, will be featuring in this area with a programme of accompanying seminars. In the biennial SAL.VE area, organised in partnership with ANFIA, leading manufacturers will be exhibiting vehicles for ecological waste collection and disposal services as well as urban sanitation. Test drives will be available outside.

Attention to the new generations 

Millennials and Generation Z are showing considerable sensitivity towards environmental protection and IEG's event acts as a platform of ideas to give shape to today's technological research and create the jobs of tomorrow. With the exchange of knowledge, access to research tenders and European funding, Ecomondo will address the new generations so that they can participate in the ecological transition. 

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