Micron Waste Technologies Inc. (“Micron” or the “Company”) (CSE:MWM) (OTC:MICWF) (Frankfurt:7FM2) is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting at the GLOBE Forum Cleantech Exhibition from March 14-16, 2018. Please visit Micron Waste Technologies at booth #1709 at the Vancouver Convention Centre – East building. Company management will be on site to discuss Micron’s organic waste digestion and water treatment system for cannabis, grocery and restaurants. Please visit www.globeseries.com for further information.
About the GLOBE Forum Cleantech Exhibition
A world-leading sustainability conference coupled with an exciting, transaction-focused expo, GLOBE Forum is a flagship event. From March 14-16, 2018, 2,000 business and government leaders from over 50 countries will come together to network and advance global business and sustainability and cleantech agendas. The GLOBE Forum brings together business and all levels of government from North America and beyond to accelerate the shift to a sustainable, clean economy. Over the last 28 years, GLOBE Forum events have attracted over 170,000 participants from 97 countries.
“We are excited to share Micron Waste Technology’s vision and value proposition at the GLOBE Forum Cleantech Exhibition and look forward to engaging with potential investors and collaborators at the conference,” commented Micron CEO, Rav Mlait.
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