Producers and suppliers had to wait a long time for this. But on September 22 and 23, they can finally share their latest creations with visitors to the trade fair in the public space at Jaarbeurs Utrecht. Visitors look forward to it too; Civil servants from more than 200 different municipalities are now registered.
After a year and a half of no trade fairs, there is clearly an incentive to meet again, share knowledge and research new developments. Visitors can discover all these novelties and developments in Halls 2, 3 and 4 of the Jaarbeurs.
The list of participants now includes more than 400 companies and organizations. Would you like to know what products and services you can find on the fairgrounds? Then view the file Participants list.
Dotted in the exhibition halls are more than forty Groenkeur companies who want to tell visitors about their projects and the trees, shrubs and perennials that are sustainably grown. At the Groenkeur Pavilion, you will be informed about developments related to quality, sustainability and mainstreaming in municipalities, districts and water boards as this affects the green field.
NL Greenlabel is also one of the public space trade fair’s partners. The first results of the Green City Challenge will be announced during the exhibition. This event is about the design, furnishing, maintenance and management of public spaces.
The green city of the future
VHG and Stadswerk organize several knowledge sessions at the fair under the theme of Future Green City. Tree consultant Hans Kale of the Amsterdam municipality, for example, talks about managing green assets. Kaljee places special emphasis on testing and programming of green capital goods. Architect Johann Flug talks about the De Publieke Stadstuin initiative.
Expositions are called transfer sites and therefore can take place. These are bound by a number of rules. This is the only possible way To register online For the exhibition, this is not immediately possible. Visitors must also maintain a distance of 1.5 metres. Mouth cover is not mandatory.
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