Awarded boilers in International Enviroment Fairs
This year, for the fair arrived visitors both from Wielkopolska and other voivodeships such as: Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Mazowieckie, Lubuskie, Śląskie, Dolnośląskie, Małopolskie, Podkarpackie or Warmińsko-Mazurskie. A considerable percentage of the guests arrived also from abroad, from such countries as: Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Norway, Russia, Slovenia, Sweden, Turkey, Great Britain and Italy. In total to Poznań arrived over 7.000 people.
This year’s edition of POL-ECO-SYSTEM also became a place for meetings of representatives of the Ministry of Environment, National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFOŚiGW), most important chambers and industry associations as well as delegations from India, Austria, Norway and Germany. At the fair arrived also heads of cities and villages to discuss the key issues of the industry. During almost 30 conferences and seminars were discussed both topics such as financing of investments, solutions for RES, recycling and waste management industries, and issues connected with passive construction, air protection, water management, reclamation of lands or smart communes. This year’s novelty at the fair were sessions of ENVICON Congress that were held under the POL-ECO-SYSTEM fair zone, Forum RIPOK, as many as three types of cooperative meetings and Career Zone with workshops for schools and higher education institutions which activity is connected with profile of the fair.
Our advanced waste burning boiler with movable grate was awarded in close loop economy's competition organized by our ministry of enviroment. Zero waste economy is now very popular in Eeast Europe and other EU member's countries.
The European Commission has adopted an ambitious new Circular Economy Package to help European businesses and consumers to make the transition to a stronger and more circular economy where resources are used in a more sustainable way.
The proposed actions will contribute to "closing the loop" of product lifecycles through greater recycling and re-use, and bring benefits for both the environment and the economy. The plans will extract the maximum value and use from all raw materials, products and waste, fostering energy savings and reducing Green House Gas emissions.
The proposals cover the full lifecycle of products: from production and consumption to waste management and the market for secondary raw materials. This transition will be supported financially by the European Structural & Investment Funds (ESIF), which include €5.5 billion for waste management. In addition, support will be provided by €650 million under Horizon 2020 (the EU funding programme for research and innovation) and investments in the circular economy at national level.