Delivering Sustainable Events
At Conference Expo, we work hard to reduce our environmental impact whilst helping organisers deliver sustainable events. By choosing Conference Expo’s prescribed stand package solution, organisers benefit from a supplier that heavily invests in initiatives that reduce our carbon footprint and that of our client’s projects.
We do this through the consilidation of logistics, re-use of hired stands and accessories, effecient printing techniques and adopting a zero land fill approach. In addition to our green endeavours, working with WWF and Gold Standard, Conference Expo also sponsors accredited schemes with a dual manadate of reducing carbon emissions whilst fostering sustainabile development.
What is Hired?
- Complete stand framework structure including low wottage LED overhead lighting.
- All highlighted elements are optional bolt-on accessories that can be hired to upgrade your core stand package.
- LED screens used conform to the latest energy saving technology available.
What is Not Hired?
- All printed graphic elements that ‘skin’ the stand structure such e.g. the back wall and counter face. We reduce the use of all harmful compounds in graphics production by opting for non-solvent based inks when prining.
How Conference Expo Reduces Co2 Emissions
How we further reduce our exhibiting footprint
- Meet and exceeds ISO 14001 environmental systems and processes
- 100% electricity sourced from renewable wind and solar energy
- Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) compliancy
- The use of reusable cardboard instead of bubble wrap in packaging stands
- Recycling of all available waste streams where possible
- We manufacture using 95% recycled materials
Proud To Be Carbon Neutral
In addition to our green endeavours and as a way of mitigating our remaining emissions, in January 2019 we began a carbon offsetting scheme enabling us to be carbon neutral. Working with WWF and Gold Standard, Conference Expo from Nimlok have sponsored accredited schemes with a dual mandate of reducing carbon emissions whilst fostering sustainable development.
Darfur Low-Smoke Stoves Initiative
- Substantial reduction in greenhouse gasses as each stove avoids 4 tonnes of CO2 per year.
- 93% of women have more time to work which generate additional income for their families.
- Slowing the rate of deforestation by replacing biomass with LPG.
- Empowering women and reducing gender inequality by training women entrepreneurs to deliver the stoves through microfinance schemes.
- Alleviating poverty by enabling energy savings.
Rwanda Safe Water Access Initiative
- Less time and effort spent collecting wood to boil and sanitise water.
- Reduced incidence of waterborne diseases.
- Reduced expenditure on wood fuel, leaving money free for other household expenses.
- Reduced pressed on local wildlife and ecosystems due to reduced deforestations.