Pollutec Morocco

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23 Oct 2013
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Oxford Business Group is pleased to announce its media partnership with the Pollutec Morocco which will be held on 23 – 26 October, in Morocco. In this respect we send you the following message from the conference organisers:

Dear Oxford Business Group Subscribers,

Pollutec Morocco: 5th edition to be held on 23-26 October 2013
At the Foire Internationale de Casablanca – Morocco

Organised jointly by Reed Expositions France and Forum 7, Pollutec Morocco is endorsed by the Moroccan Ministry of Energy, Mining, Water and the Environment and the Moroccan Ministry of Housing and under the High Patronage of His Majesty The King Mohammed VI.

The event will mainly focus on the environmental equipment, technology and services sector. Pollutec Morocco will be a unique platform for national and international debates and discussions on sustainable development.

Visitor pre-registration is now open. For more information:
http://www.pollutec-maroc.com/

Pollutec Morocco sets out its ambitions for 2013

Pollutec Morocco, a 4 days trade show for environmental industry professionals will bring together 400 eco-industry operators from Morocco and the world, including equipment suppliers and service providers from the water, waste, recycling, risk prevention and sustainable development sectors, and nearly 8,000 visitors - professionals, opinion-formers and decision-makers.

Pollutec Morocco will also bring together official representatives from France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands and Spain. A total of 15 countries will be represented.

Prestigious supporters

POLLUTEC Morocco is supervised by the Ministry of Energy, Mining, Water and the Environment and the Ministry of Housing, Urban Planning and Urban Policy. It has also drawn wide support from Morocco's institutions, forging national partnerships with: ADEREE, CMPP, ONEE, ADEPE, ADEME, UBIFRANCE, etc.

A loyal base of national and international environmental players

The majority of leading Moroccan and international players has already confirmed their participation and will run exhibitions alongside representatives of the public sector, which has been rallied by the show's various institutional partners.

"Sustainable Territories" Symposium 23 October

Following the great success of the first edition, Pollutec Morocco will be repeating the "Sustainable Territories" Symposium. In 2012, nearly 1,700 people came along (including 35 speakers) to get informed and debate the big environmental issues and the prospects for sustainable development in Morocco's towns and regions. The Symposium offers a forum for exchanging ideas for the various national and international institutions, politicians, economic players, practitioners and decision-makers at local level. It is also a meeting place which aims to promote synergies between potential investors and public and private institutions with a view to creating or supporting new projects in Morocco. The theme of the 2013 edition will be "Strengthening the capabilities of local authorities in order to implement the governmental charter on sustainable development".

Aouraches: "The great projects of modern Morocco"

Furthermore, to mark the 50th birthday of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the show will host the first edition of "Aouraches": a showcase for strategic "Modern Morocco" infrastructure projects. The initiative provides a vast showcase for the main construction projects in progress in Morocco today. It will foster interaction between economic players and existing and potential investors (from Morocco and elsewhere).

A programme of lectures and technical workshops 24 October

In addition, a whole day will be devoted to the ADEME ADEREE conference on the theme of local strategies for sustainable urban development through action on energy efficiency.
The day will focus on sustainable cities with the aim of promoting French know-how in the fields of renewable energies, energy efficiency and waste, as well as encouraging and strengthening cooperation agreements with the Kingdom of Morocco.

For more information: http://www.pollutec-maroc.com/