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Eco Expo Asia and the HKTDC Hong Kong International Building & Hardware Fair

by Sophie Cullen on Oct 26, 2015 in Lifestyle
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Assembled without welding, the 6th generation prefabricated house with solid structure prefabs is exclusively designed and widely used in several private and public sectors

Exhibitor of Building and Hardware Fair:
Home Building Company Limited (Booth: 8-A18)

Assembled without welding, the 6th generation prefabricated house with solid structure prefabs is exclusively designed and widely used in several private and public sectors Exhibitor of Building and Hardware Fair: Home Building Company Limited (Booth: 8-A18)

Eco Expo Asia and the HKTDC Hong Kong International Building & Hardware Fair will open on 28 October at the AsiaWorld-Expo

Continuing through 31 October, the fairs will showcase some of Asia's latest green technologies and building innovations, all in one place.

Benjamin Chau (Right), Acting Executive Director, HKTDC; and Andrew Lai, Deputy Director, Environmental Protection Department, HKSAR Government

Benjamin Chau (Right), Acting Executive Director, HKTDC; and Andrew Lai, Deputy Director, Environmental Protection Department, HKSAR Government

In its 10th edition, Eco Expo Asia features more than 310 exhibitors from 18 countries and regions. This year will see the debut of the Taiwan Pavilion and the State of Illinois Pavilion from the United States. The fair comprises of seven thematic zones that each address key issues of environmental protection for Asia. Highlighted product zones include Air & Water Quality, Eco-friendly Product, Green Building and Energy Efficiency, Green Transportation and Waste Management & Recycling.

Participants at Eco Expo Asia can take a spin in one of the latest eco-friendly vehicles. Volkswagen's e-Golf, the first pure electric vehicle of the brand, and Nissan's e-NV200 multi-purpose electric commercial van will be available for test drive and ride at AWE's East Lobby Entrance.

WindArc is a vertical wind turbine street light system. This High efficiency generator has been installed at Expo Drive, outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai Exhibitor of Eco Expo Asia:  Robin Energy Limited (Booth: 6-A12)

WindArc is a vertical wind turbine street light system. This High efficiency generator has been installed at Expo Drive, outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai
Exhibitor of Eco Expo Asia:
Robin Energy Limited (Booth: 6-A12)

Also in its 10th year, the Hong Kong International Building and Hardware Fair will welcome over 160 exhibitors from nine countries and regions. This year's event will showcase an expanded international presence with exhibitors from Greece, Indonesia, Japan, Macau and Singapore joining for the first time. Meanwhile, a group pavilion from Huzhou will lead a strong Chinese mainland presence at the event.

A Taiwanese exhibitor showcases imSTONE paper, which uses a revolutionary papermaking technology that does not require lumbering or water. It is durable, soft, smooth, water-resistant and fire-retardant Exhibitor of Eco Expo Asia: Taiwan Lung Meng Technology Co., Ltd. (Booth: 3-G12)

A Taiwanese exhibitor showcases imSTONE paper, which uses a revolutionary papermaking technology that does not require lumbering or water. It is durable, soft, smooth, water-resistant and fire-retardant
Exhibitor of Eco Expo Asia:
Taiwan Lung Meng Technology Co., Ltd. (Booth: 3-G12)

All aspects of the building and hardware industries will be represented through 10 different product zones, including Building & Decorative Hardware Zone, the Indoor Decorative Materials Zone, Green Building Materials Zone, and Building Performance and BIM Zone.

A range of seminars and forums will also be held throughout the event, offering insight into the latest developments in the building and hardware sectors.

 

 

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