Doppstadt will present their Mobile-Modular Plant Concept at the eREC
- Doppstadt participates in the virtual trade show for the second time
- Online lecture dealing with the future-oriented topic „Mobile-Modular Plant Concepts“
- The concept offers efficient solutions for the implementation of the upcoming Amendment to the Biowaste Ordinance
Personal exchange in virtual space: After the successful participation last year, the Doppstadt Group will participate once again in the eREC online trade show. From May 3-8, the recycling specialist from Velbert will showcase its smart solutions at the virtual exhibition stand. The focus will be the mobile-modular plant concepts, which have become more important, especially in the context of the Amendment to the Biowaste Ordinance – for the well thought-out combination of individual machines does not only enable compliance with the new requirements, which are contested by the industry, but it is also particularly efficient and economic. In the Doppstadt expert lecture, anyone interested will be informed about further details on the innovative recycling solution...
The corona pandemic made the trade show organizers rethink: More and more events take place in virtual spaces – including the eREC. “Needless to say that the face to face contact with our customers is irreplaceable. Nevertheless digital platforms like the eRec are useful alternatives to keep in touch with them and to inform the industry about our innovative solutions,” explains Michael Zeppenfeldt, Head of Sales Germany at Doppstadt. It is already the second time that the popular trade show for the recycling industry takes place digitally in 2021. “We had very positive experiences with the digital execution last year. Therefore we will participate again,” says Zeppenfeldt.
Future-Oriented Topic: Mobile-Modular Plant Concepts
At the online trade show, the Doppstadt Group will present its wide range of mobile and stationary plant technology. The focus of the virtual exhibition stand will be the company’s mobile-modular plant concepts. According to Zeppenfeldt, the timing could not be better: In January the Federal Environment Ministry presented the draft of the Amendment to the Biowaste Ordinance, which requires that biowaste does not contain more than 0.5 percent contaminants prior to biological treatment. The requirements cause criticism and trouble in the industry – many industry associates and experts criticize the draft for being technically unfeasible. Without good reason, Zeppenfeldt argues: “Our mobile-modular plant concept can already offer solutions today for future legislative requirements. It does not only enable plant operators to comply with the required specifications – but it is also particularly efficient and profitable.” It is a smart combination of individual Doppstadt machines, which makes it possible.
Doppstadt will present the topical subject “mobile-modular plant concepts” in online lectures. On May 5, from 10:30 to 10:45 am, the environmental technology specialist will give a lecture in German. For international visitors, the lecture will be in English on May 7, from 10:15 to 10:30 am.