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WasteExpo Unveils Latest Waste-Removal Trends

Exhibitors and industry experts will discuss evolving green technology to improve overall efficiency.

Hundreds of manufacturers, industry leaders, and business owners looking for solutions to process or recycle waste will attend WasteExpo 2015, which takes place June 1 to 4. It provides updates on evolving green and efficient technologies, and demonstrates methods for improving the economy, productivity, and environmental impact of your business.

Industry and waste-reduction experts are scheduled to appear in hundreds of educational presentations, exhibition stands, and networking opportunities. Topics include safe waste disposal, waste-to-energy technologies, and technological innovations in the waste and recycling industry.

Presentations also explore ways to improve the well-being of employees in the manufacturing industry by saving time, money, and resources. Other presentations will cover landfill technologies, environmentally conscious practices, effective hauling, and inexpensive methods for organic composting. Exhibits open June 2 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Experts from The National Waste & Recycling Association will be present to answer questions and address misconceptions about topics such as recycling and resource recovery. In addition, the WasteExpo Investor Summit features advice from senior management in industrial and energy-waste companies, including Advanced Disposal Services, Casella Waste Systems Inc., Covanta Holding Corp., Newalta Corp., Progressive Waste Solutions Ltd., Republic Services Inc., Waste Connections Inc., and Waste Management Inc. The educational agenda can be seen here.

Fluid power companies will also be on hand exhibiting products that provide safe and efficient power and control for operating refuse trucks, compactors, shredders, balers, vehicles, and other equipment used in the waste-reduction industry.

For more information and to register for the event, go to the WasteExpo website.

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