Water: Ecology & Technology
2014-06-03 - 2014-06-06
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ECWATECH-2014 The leading water and wastewater technology forum in Russia, CIS and Eastern Europe. The excellent marketing platform for water and wastewater business development, introducing new technologies and market players to local market, set-up of new projects and cooperation ties. There are four other exhibitions (brands) under ECWATECH forum: CityPipe "Piping systems for municipal infrastructure: construction, diagnostics, repair and operation", CityTherm “Central Heating Systems”, "NO-DIG Moscow" - Installation and repair of underground utilities using trenchless technologies and BW Show "Water bottling and bottled waters". In 2012 ECWATECH attracted 823 exhibitors, including 312 international from 31 countries on 20 308 sq. m. (net). The number of trade visitors 11 059. Organisers expect ECWATECH-2014 to attract the cream of local and international companies with the best technologies and products.
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This is a key event for manufacturers and vendors, service providers, utilities, representatives of international companies, research and consulting companies 2012 UFI audited data: 823 exhibitors (312 international from 31 countries), 20 308 sq. m of exhibits (17 156 sq.m indoor space, 3152 sq. m – open-space), 11 059 visitors and more than 1000 conferences attendees in 2012
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Manufactures and vendors, service providers, representatives of the international companies, research and consulting companies. The prices for exhibiting are as follows (18% VAT inclusive): space only 1 sq. m – 220 EUR turn-key (package stand) 1 sq. m – 270 EUR open air 1 sq. m – 85 EUR Registration fee – 400 EUR

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