Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo gearing up for its 13th edition
The Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo, Canada’s only national trade show serving the waste, recycling and public works markets, will return to the International Centre in Toronto this November 3 to 4, 2010 with the largest event in its history. More than 200 exhibiting companies are expected to participate in the 13th edition of the event. Product categories this year include composting systems, scrap recycling, public works, landfill operations, transfer stations, recycling equipment, trucks and heavy equipment, waste treatment, and software, among others.
According to show owners, Messe Frankfurt, Inc., by addressing the ever-growing issue of waste management, collection and recycling, the Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo 2010 will attract hundreds of serious buyers from the private industry as well as federal, provincial and municipal governments. More than 135 exhibitors from Canada, Italy, theNetherlands and the USA are already committed for the 2010 Toronto event.
“We are pleased to partner with the leading companies in the industry at the Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo and continue to offer one platform for attendees and buyers to network and source new products and services for their business,” states Kristen Woodburn, group show director with Messe Frankfurt.
Some of the exhibiting companies confirmed for the 2010 trade show include: Busch Systems International, Heil, The Curotto Can, Del Equipment, GINOVE, Labrie Environment Group, McNeilus Truck & Mfg. Inc, Palfinger North America Group, Precision Waste Systems Limited, Toter Inc / Wastequip, Universal Handling Equipment Company, Voghel Enviroquip Inc / Doppstadt, and Waste Management, Inc.
New this year
New to the show this year is the Canadian Waste Sector Symposium (CWSS), produced by the Ontario Waste Management Association (OWMA). “Together, the Canadian Waste Sector Symposium and the Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo provide business and municipalities with unparalleled opportunities to learn, network and keep abreast of waste industry technology,” said Rob Cook, president of the OWMA.
The CWSS will take place November 1 to 3, 2010 at the Westin Bristol Place Hotel in conjunction with CWRE. The 2-½ day event will include options for three facility tours (Composting & Organics Processing; MRF’s and Transfer Stations; Electronics Recycling, Collection and Processing) and 1-½ days of sessions covering a variety of relevant topics facing the industry. Seminar topics will include Hazardous Waste Management, Organic Waste Management, EPR & Waste Sector Servicing, Green Energy, Waste Disposal & Transfer, Human Resources, Marketing & Promotion, and Waste Audits and Servicing.
In addition to the OWMA’s Canadian Waste Sector Symposium networking and educational opportunities being offered this year, CWRE will host industry luncheons sponsored by other key industry associations, at the International Centre. SWANA’s Ontario Chapter will hold their annual general meeting and luncheon on Wednesday, November 3rd, and the Composting Council of Canada will welcome industry expert and speaker Gordon McGuinty at their luncheon on Thursday, November 4th.
Responding to the needs of industry colleagues, the Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo is also bringing back the New Product Showcase display to the 2010 event. This feature area will highlight the latest products and services in the waste and recycling industry with a live display, in addition to product or service details.
The Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo / Messe Frankfurt, Inc.