The leading show on environmental solutions for the industry, cities, and regions, organized by RX France, returns to Eurexpo Lyon from Tuesday 10 to Thursday 13 October 2023. Anne Manuèle Hebert, recently named Director of Pollutec, presents a 2023 edition conceived as a response to the challenges we collectively face.
In 2021, Pollutec, which this year is celebrating its 45th anniversary, had more than 46,000 professional visits (12% of them international) and 2,000 exhibitors (28% of them international). The show will call upon a wide range of players to feed discussion around topics anchored in current events and in doing so, will support industries, cities, and regions in their transitions.
The 14 sectors are richly represented, with content and discussion at the heart of the show’s strategy and its unique positioning in Europe. There will also be numerous editorial spaces, such as:
“Decompartmentalising discussions: that’s the challenge for Pollutec for this new edition. At the crossroads of the issues between the public and private sector, industries, and project sponsors, our goal is to spark discussion, conversation, and encounters to generate a holistic view of the current problems facing society.” explains Anne-Manuèle Hebert, new Director of Pollutec.
In joining the RX Group, Anne-Manuèle brings experience gained in press groups and leading event organizers, both in France and internationally.
From tackling pollution and nuisances to protecting the environment and combating climate change, Pollutec has for 45 years been the unmissable event for the ecological and energy transitions. Each edition highlights innovations and emerging topics and unites all those involved in the environment — from France and elsewhere — with a single goal: providing solutions to the environmental challenges facing every stakeholder.
Illustrating this global approach, eight visitor trails will be offered to participants in 2023: Innovation; Sea and Coastline; Managing water resources; Decarbonisation; Adapting towns & cities and regions to climate change; Management and recovery of biowastes; Circular economy and preservation of resources; Health and the environment.
Once again, this year Pollutec will welcome a number of countries and international pavilions and delegations. Italy is to be Country of Honour; this distinction allows it to present to the international community the strength of its ecosystem in environmental solutions and coastline management.
Registration opens on 17 May on the website: www.pollutec.com.
Pollutec is the leading environmental solutions show for industry, cities and regions. Over four days the show brings together professionals from every sector to present their innovative solutions to industrial, public sector and other economic actors as they work together to address the major challenges facing the planet: biodiversity erosion, pollution and climate change.
To learn more about the complete programme, and stay up-to-date with show news, visit Pollutec’s website at: https://www.pollutec.com/fr-fr.html
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*Organised by Safi, a subsidiary of RX France and Ateliers d’Art de France