What a waste: Leveraging waste-to-energy (WTE) and circular solutions to manage waste in the Philippines
Date: March 25-26, 2019
Venue: Joy-Nostalg Hotel & Suites Manila
Location: Pasig City, Philippines
Target Audience: Bioenergy and waste-to-energy developers, service and technology providers; industry associations and experts; local government units; government agencies
Sector: Clean Technologies
On March 25 and 26, 2019, the Embassy of Canada in the Philippines will host a business symposium on waste management highlighting technological, social, and circular economy solutions. This event will target the key decision makers (mayors and city managers) of 20-25 local government units (LGUs) and provide an opportunity for them to share their challenges and meet Canadian companies, experts, and social enterprises providing solutions in waste management, waste-to-energy, polymer conversion, recycling, upcycling etc.
Household waste is a key challenge for municipalities in the Philippines with opportunities for Canadian solutions providers. For example, the 13.7 million people in the National Capital Region of the Philippines alone generate approximately 3500 tonnes of household waste daily and are served by only three sanitary landfills.
Register now by contacting Jesus Antonio Sanchez.
Why your organization should participate:
- Develop a first-hand understanding of the opportunities and challenges of doing business in foreign markets
- Gain insights and market intelligence
- Increase visibility of your product or service
- Meet key commercial entities, industry players, and potential buyers, investors and/or partners
- Meet key regulatory bodies
- Participate in networking events
- Participate in pre-organized business to business meetings
- Pitch your product /service to selected audiences
- Receive on-the-ground assistance from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service
Trade Commissioner(s) involvement:
Activities organized by the Trade Commissioner Service
- Business-to-business meetings
- Networking event
The Trade Commissioner, Jesus Antonio Sanchez, is specializing in the Clean Technology sector for the Philippine market and can provide information on this and other local events that you are considering, as well as advice on business development in the region. Services from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service are offered free of charge to Canadian companies and organizations.
In addition, the Trade Commissioner responsible for International Financial Institution is also organizing an Asian Development Bank Business Opportunities Fair Canada Session on the afternoon of March 26, 2019. The session will focus more on ADB-funded projects in different sectors including education, infrastructure and clean tech. Register now by contacting Trade Commissioner for International Financial Institution, Meng (Lulu) LeBlanc.
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