Tecnargilla 2018 will see the introduction of a new section dedicated to green technologies and products aimed at reducing consumption and emissions and improving production cycle performance and profitability.
The topic of energy and water saving and efficiency is becoming increasingly important in the ceramic industry all over the world.
Systems and technologies incorporating innovation in terms of performance, reliability and productivity can improve the energy efficiency of the production cycle and reduce production costs. GreenTech will present significant innovations and technical solutions and will also host in-depth discussions on the major issues for the ceramics industry regarding energy certification and corporate obligations in terms of auditing and monitoring, financing and incentives.
Reducing waste and emissions
The significant results obtained in recent years by ceramic companies in improving and reducing emissions (in the atmosphere, water, etc.) demonstrate how the sector's focus on new technologies remains strong, embracing the entire production cycle (from the now "zero consumption" in terms of water use to the greatly reduced use of cardboard for packaging).
And we are seeing cutting-edge solutions in the "historical" issue of atmospheric emissions, too. Simply take a look at the results that are being achieved in terms of SOV emissions and good practice in odour emission reduction.
GreenTech will present significant innovations and relevant technical solutions, including those related to the investigation and monitoring of emissions.
A CIRCULAR ECONOMY: Reduced environmental impact, enhancement and recovery of secondary raw materials for
the ceramic industry
Increasingly, the ceramic industry is promoting a circular economy for some types of waste, making ceramics more competitive, sustainable and environmentally friendly.
New European regulations are encouraging and pushing industries towards a GREEN and CIRCULAR ECONOMY, in which "reuse" and "preparation for use" are the buzzwords in reducing environmental impact. The goal is for materials to be reused in significant quantities, and to develop a new concept of ceramics through the replacement of a greater quantity of natural raw materials with materials coming from the same production cycle.
On this aspect, ceramics has always been at the forefront of the various production sectors, and today there are new and increasingly incisive technologies (new systems, for example, for the recovery of raw materials from cutting and squaring).
GreenTech will host dedicated conferences, which will examine in depth the various aspects of the recovery of raw materials in the ceramic industry and will present the major innovations in the green and circular economy.
GREENTECH will welcome companies dealing with:
production cycle energy efficiency
cogeneration systems and combined energy recovery systems
gas turbine production
energy efficiency monitoring systems
energy certification and audits
- < >ncy on energy efficiency, finance, etc.
energy providers (electricity, natural gas, etc.)
- sustainability of environmental emissions in the ceramic process
dust, fume and waste water cleaning systems
cleaning and maintenance systems
- environmental monitoring systems (atmospheric and acoustic emissions, etc.)
consultancy on environmental impact, legislative obligations, certification and environmental audits, etc.