The Netherlands, ever more committed to protecting the environment
For a number of decades, the Netherlands is a country where the ecology issue has been particularly important. Driven by its very high population density, sizeable industries and logistics activities from, in particular, the ports of Rotterdam and Amsterdam and Schiphol airport, the country is increasingly looking for solutions and materials to treat waste, combat noise pollution, clean up soils and water and also reduce greenhouse gases.
The Dutch government and Dutch companies are aware of these demands and rally together each year at Pollutec.
In 2016, around forty companies were present at the event, some of which were grouped together in a Dutch Pavilion. Amongst the exhibitors in this pavilion were representatives of the Dutch Embassy, companies dedicated to waste management and recycling, the production of clean energy and even the recycling of plastics.
This year, these stakeholders – Knapzak, Bollegraaf Recycling Solutions, Rioned, Kamadur Industrial Knives, Allison Transmission, Keith Walking Floor Europe, and more – are once again eager to participate at Pollutec and provide industries, cities and regions with solutions having a less significant environmental impact.
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