WasteExpo 2013: Who Should Exhibit

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Who Should Exhibit at WasteExpo

By exhibiting at WasteExpo, you will join hundreds of leading industry companies who see WasteExpo as their once-a-year opportunity to showcase their products and services to the largest gathering of private and public sector waste and recycling professionals in North America. These companies see the value of participating in THE Waste Management event - the place where the industry comes together to see what's new, network, learn from colleagues and catch up with old friends.



Solid waste collection represents 55% of all revenues. Includes: carts, compactors, computer software, containers, drivetrains, dumpers, fleet maintenance and washing equipment, hoists, lifters, live floors, odor control, on-board computers, on-board scales, packer bodies, roll offs, safety equipment, suspensions, tarps, tilt frames, tires, transfer trailers, transmissions, truck engines, trucks.

Landfill Management

Landfilling accounts for 35% of all solid waste revenues. Includes: alternative daily covers, dozers, landfill compactors, leachate monitoring & treatment, loaders, liners/geotextiles/ clays, methane recovery systems, odor control, scrapers, stationary scales, tippers, compactor wheels.


Recycling and composting rates are expected to reach 35% by the year 2010. Includes: balers, compost turners, computer software, conveyors, cranes, crushers, live floors, odor control, recycling containers, shredders, sorting systems, stationary scales, trommels, tub grinders, wheel loaders, wood chippers. 


Exhibitors choose where they want to be on the show floor; show management does not assign product category location.

For more information about exhibiting, contact your salesperson.

Companies A-Eo contact Debra Busby, 203-358-4153
Companies Ep-Md contact Catherine Campfield, 203-358-4128
Companies Me-Z contact Marc Acampora, 203-358-4384