VitignoItalia: IX edition of the exhibition of wines and Italian wine regions to reduce the environmental impact

VitignoItalia the important wine exhibition to be held in Naples between 2 and 4 June 2013 is increasingly green: eco-sustainability and environmental protection.

-Seats exhibition will be made of materials recycling and using only FSC ® certified paper made following major environmental, social and economic. Also equipped with EPD ® (Environmental Product Declaration);
-There will be stations for the collection, management and recycling of cork glass:

These initiatives are born out of a partnership initiated by VitignoItalia with Sabox and Formaperta in order to minimize the environmental impact of VitignoItalia.

<Even the 2012 edition was attended by fitting recycled materials in rooms and public areas specific - said Maurizio Teti, director of the hall - the objective of the year is to be able to recycle at least 70% materials, demonstrating with facts that do business through cleaned values ??is not only possible, but it is a considerable advantage>.

The 2013 exhibition will feature locations in corrugated cardboard which is a collection of material from the municipalities of Campania.
VitignoItalia is definitely an example of virtuous green economy involving citizens, institutions and business.

All products supplied for the preparation of the Show 2013 will be at the end of event, withdrawn from Sabox and recycled to become workstations and communications equipment for VitignoItalia 2014 implementing the principle of the 3Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle) and the fundamental value of blue economy (closed loopcycle).

Sabox and the Network 100% Campania will also contribute to the environmental management of Grapevine Italy, setting up - in collaboration with consortia of industry - for the separate collection of islands and coordinating the withdrawal of all the materials to differentiate, including the cork. Greener Italy, a consulting company for sustainability, will also calculate and report on the environmental impacts of the event and to develop a design to reduce them gradually.