Eco-Products 2009
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Eco-Products 2009 Exhibition ended onDecember 12th. The event attracted the largest evervisitors  in 11 years.
Fair Overview
Title: The 11th Eco-Products 2009 - Eco Style Fair
Opening hours: December 10 (Thu.)-12 (Sat.), 2009
10:00a.m.-6:00p.m. (until 5:00p.m. on the last day)
Venue: Tokyo International Exhibition Center "TOKYO BIG SIGHT" (East Hall)
Organized by: Japan Environmental Management Association for Industry (JEMAI)
Nikkei Inc.
Admission Free
Prospective Visitors: --Business managers, business purchase depts., environmental management depts.,product development depts., corporate strategy depts., social activity depts., etc.
--Municipal/government regional development depts., purchase depts., environmental depts., etc.
--Any industrial organizations, local business/commercial organizations, etc.
--Consumers (families, housewives, students, elementary/junior-high/high school students)
--NPO/NGO environmental groups, citizen groups, persons with interest in the environment
Number of Exhibitors: 700 (expected)
Number of Booths: 1,650 (expected)
(The record of last year was 758 companies in 1,796 booths)
Number of Visitors: 180,000 (expected)
(The record of last year was: 173,917 persons.)
Held in conjunction with: Biomass Exhibition 2009 (Organizer: Biomass Exhibition Organizing Committee)
Supported by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry; Ministry of the Environment; Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology; Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport; Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries; Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare; Nippon Keidanren (Japan Business Federation); Keizai Doyukai (Japan Association of Corporate Executives); The Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry; The Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry; New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (Private); Japan External Trade Organization; Tokyo Metropolitan Government; Saitama Prefecture; Kanagawa Prefecture; Chiba Prefecture
Cooperation: Nippon Association of Consumer Specialists; Green Purchasing Network; Japan Environment Association; Japan Federation of Primary School Principals Association; All-Japan Association of Middle School Principals; National Association of Upper Secondary School Principals; Japan Primary and Middle School Environmental Education Forum
Media Cooperation: NIKKEI Ecolomy; Nikkei BP Environmental Management Forum; Nikkei Ecology; ecomom; Eco Goo; GREENSTYLE; J-WAVE; Sotokoto; The Kankyo Newspaper; The Kyoiku Newspaper; Japan Educational Press
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