MacMachinery Attended Entsorga Enteco Waste Management and Environmental Technology Show

Letterkenny, Ireland (PressExposure) November 04, 2009 -- The team at MacMachinery attended the show and found the event very beneficial in terms of keeping up to date on new technology advances available in Waste Management solutions. A selection of the exhibitors included Doppstadt, Neuenhauser, Portafill, Sennebogen, Stadler, Titech, Presona, AEV Biogas, AMIS recycling technology, ATM recycling systems, Compost Systems, CleanTech Finland and EnvinMV.

The event was an ideal platform for anyone providing or looking for technological solutions and expertise to create a sustainable future. The event represented the breadth and depth of the innovations and developments in all areas of the waste disposal and environmental protection market. MacMachinery marketing manager, Annemarie Doohan, confirmed that she will indeed be returning to this international event next year again. “This year a lot of talk was about the difficulties in business however attending the Entsorga show was a chance to move away from this negativity with the ability to share technology and information with other professionals in the industry.

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Mac Machinery Limited is a leading distributor of machinery and equipment for Energy, Recycling and Environmental purposes. Mac Machinery representing some of Europe's best equipment manufacturers including Doppstadt, Sennebogen, Hein Lehmann, Neuenhauser, Presona, MB/Digga Crusher, Portafill, Redox, Stadler and Titech. A selection of the product range includes air separators, balers, ballistic separators, briquette machines, chippers, compost equipment, grinders, optical sorters, screens, shredders, stationary plant, trommels and turners.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 05, 2009 at 8:16 am
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