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2-day int'l clean technology fair begins in city today

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Economic Reporter :
Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) and its METABUILD (Resource-Efficient Supply Chain for Metal Products in Buildings Sector in South Asia) project are going to organse a two-day "International Clean Technology Fair" at Institution of Diploma Engineers Bhaban in the city from today.
Sustainable and Renewable Energy Development Authority (SREDA) Chairman M Helal Uddin is scheduled to inaugurate the fair as chief guest while SREDA Member (Additional Secretary) Siddique Zobair, DCCI Senior Vice President Waqar Ahmad Choudhury and Vice President Imran Ahmed will be present at the opening session of the event, an official hand out said.
The fair will be open for all from 10.00 am to 7.00 pm.
METABUILD project is working to promote sustainable consumption and production in SMEs and suitable technology solutions are required for improving energy efficiency and resource (materials, water etc.) efficiency.
In this context, this "International Clean Technology Fair" is being held to bring technology suppliers and SMEs together.
The fair will host around 70 exhibitors from Bangladesh and India to interact with about 300 METABUILD partner companies as well as other industries.

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