Waste & Recycling Expo Canada registration is open
CWRE's annual event set for October in Toronto
Canada's only trade event for the waste, recycling and public works markets has launched its attendee registration platform for its 22nd edition to be held October 9 - 10, 2019 at the Enercare Centre, in downtown Toronto.
The Waste & Recycling Expo Canada / Municipal Equipment Expo Canada attracts the greatest concentration of waste companies, government officials, fleet managers and public works managers at a single event across Canada. The event provides waste, recycling and public works professionals needed to achieve success. Covering the entire spectrum of the industry, attendees will find new features to highlight the innovations driving today's market. All highlighted by the global diversity of exhibitors across Canada, the United States and abroad from China, Italy, Portugal and more.
"Our show has a reputation for providing a relaxed atmosphere for business exchange with a wide presentation for every segment of the industry - attracting both loyal and new customers each year, stated Arnie Gess, show manager, Waste & Recycling Expo / Municipal Equipment Expo. Planning for even more is well underway and this year will be full of new features, an expanded exhibitor offering and a host of new innovations.
The, a co-located event, produced by the Ontario Waste Management Association, is actively preparing topics and seeking speaker submissions for the October show. The planned program will focus on a range of engaging topics from green energy and organics to waste disposal and recycling. If you are interested in speaking, please contact the
Get specific show details at. The 22nd edition will be held in downtown Toronto at the Enercare Centre, October 9 - 10, 2019.
Interested in exhibiting? Contact Arnie Gess at 403.589.4832.
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