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Sponsoring Japan's Largest Environmental Exhibition, "Eco-Products 2012"

Nikkei Inc., Japan's leading media source for business and economic information, and the Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI) - supporter of business efforts for the environment will be staging Japan's largest environmental exhibition, "Eco-Products 2012" for three days - from Thursday, December 13th through Saturday, December 15th - at 'Tokyo Big Sight' in Ariake, Tokyo.

Eco-Products 2011 Venue Scene (Photo: Business Wire)

Eco-Products 2011 Venue Scene (Photo: Business Wire)

Taking the theme of environmental business promotion and the creation of a recycling society, the "Eco-Products Exhibition" which began in 1999, now marks its 14th year. There are 711 companies and organizations participating and approximately 185,000 visitors are expected over the three-day period, making it the largest environmental exhibition in Japan.

The exhibition displays eco-products, services and environmental technologies across a broad spectrum of fields: from home appliances and daily use items, to automobiles, energy and chemical applications, paper and other materials, housing and construction, food products, containers and wrapping materials, stationery and office equipment, and financial services.

There are also displays highlighting various efforts in national environmental policy, as well as local governments' environmental business promotional efforts. For business people there is leading-edge information on environmental businesses, and for the general public there are hints about how to start living a greener lifestyle. Japanese companies are said to possess among the best environmental products and technologies in the world. In recent years, against the backdrop of global warming, there is a compelling need to deal with environmental issues on an international level. Please take this opportunity to visit the exhibition to learn more about the efforts in environmental activities and environmental technologies taking place within Japan.

 

Exhibition Overview

Name:

  Eco-Products 2012 (14th Annual)

Dates:

Thursday, December 13th to Saturday, December 15th, 2012

Times:

Thursday & Friday 10:00 to 18:00. Saturday 10:00 to 17:00

Venue:

Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo, Japan)

Entrance Fee:

Free (Entrance Registration System)

Sponsors:

Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry, Nikkei Inc.

Target Visitors:

  Business executives, Managers, Environmental Management, Product Development, Business Strategy, Social Responsibility Departments

Regional Promotion Departments of Local Governments, Government bodies such as Purchasing Departments, and Environmental Departments

Environmental NPOs, and NGOs, Civic Groups, other persons or groups interested in the environment

The General Public

Websites:

      English:  

http://eco-pro.com/eco2012/english/index.html

Chinese:

http://eco-pro.com/eco2012/chinese/index.html

Korean:

http://eco-pro.com/eco2012/korean/index.html

 

Press kit available at: http://www.tradeshownews.com/events/Eco-Products-2012/presskit/

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