At the fair, Sartec’s contribution focused on innovative solutions for the sustainability and cost-effectiveness of industrial and energy processes.
Building on its 20 years’ experience in implementing projects worldwide, Sartec is at the cutting edge in the research and piloting of innovative solutions for the environmental sustainability requirements of the manufacturing and energy industry.
The innovation and effectiveness of Sartec research were acknowledged by the clients and partners we met at the event, and generated promising new contacts.
Air, water, soil, energy efficiency, automation and environmental compliance:
Sartec has built extensive experience on these issues, with innovative projects and constantly evolving cutting-edge technologies.
These action areas cut across and support the production processes of all businesses: optimising the use of these resources is a key priority for every company.
Sartec has an integrated approach that includes: industrial engineering for cost-effective management of production processes in each sector, from the manufacturing industry to public authorities; environmental engineering to optimise resource efficiency and productivity.
Sartec provides custom-designed solutions, based on analysis of each company’s specific needs. They range from feasibility studies to engineering, from construction and supply to operation and assistance, also with guaranteed performance-based contracts.
Ecomondo is an international event with an innovative format that brings together in a single platform all the sectors of the circular economy: from materials and energy recovery to sustainable development.
Italy is a leading country in Europe in the green and circular economy, in particular in energy efficiency, waste recycling and resource productivity.
This is why Ecomondo is at international level a key meeting place for the industry’s leading players, an opportunity to keep up with trends, innovations and new technologies and share experiences with industry professionals.
Ecomondo 2018 acted as a platform for examining and discussing the main novelties, needs, problems and opportunities in the fields of the reuse and enhancement of the main technical and biological wastes (including waste waters); alternative raw materials; industrial ecodesign; reclamation and regeneration of contaminated land and sea areas; and the bioeconomy.