Recycling Product News is the official magazine of Waste & Recycling Expo Canada
Recycling Product News and the Waste & Recycling Expo Canada (CWRE) / Municipal Equipment Expo Canada have solidified their long-standing relationship, establishing Recycling Product News as the official magazine for the event.
The partnership will leverage the power of these two organizations, resulting in combined synergies with the goal of elevating Canada's most important exhibition for the waste, recycling and public works markets, based on a mutual objective to inform, connect and support the industry.
"The Waste & Recycling Expo Canada is committed to robust collaborations," said Arnie Gess, show manager, CWRE. "In that spirit, we welcome Recycling Product News as our Official Magazine and look forward to making the 2019 event in Toronto an enormous success."
The Waste & Recycling Expo Canada / Municipal Equipment Expo Canada has served the market for 22 years as Canada's only trade event for the waste, recycling and public works markets. Since its start in 1993, Recycling Product News has covered the global recycling and waste management sector, and has established itself as a link between industry professionals and the equipment, technology and applications they require to get their job done.
"We have long supported the CWRE and are delighted to strengthen our partnership," stated Recycling Product News Associate Publisher Sam Esmaili. "We look forward to helping grow this industry event to new heights in coming years. CWRE is important to our industry here in Canada and we are proud to be a part of its future."
The 2019 Waste & Recycling Expo Canada / Municipal Equipment Expo Canada will be packed with expanded offerings, educational sessions and equipment and technology innovations, from new special feature areas to expert-led fireside chats, allowing for greater reach across related markets.
The upcoming trade show will be held October 9 - 10, 2019 in Toronto. Industry leaders are already showing solid support and the event expects more than 250 exhibitors from around the globe to present their latest equipment, technology and services. Attendees will include waste and recycling owners and managers, government representatives, fleet managers, environmental executives, retailers and public works supervisors.
To register for the event, visit www.cwre.ca/msc1.