International Practitioner Day Compost 2017
More than 40 machines and devices are registered!
Naturgut Kompostierung und Landschaftsbau GmbH
Gobernitz 11 – (47°12‘59.2“N, 14°51‘0.6“E)
8720 St. Margarethen bei Knittelfeld, Austria
The Austrian Compost & Biogas Association is pleased to invite you to the 5th compost industry exhibition in St. Margarethen/Knittelfeld (Styria). The Practitioner Day will present innovations in composting technology and recent trends and visions will be discussed.
In Austria, currently almost 404 compost plants transfer about 1,16 million t of source separated organic waste and quality certified sewage sludge into high quality product compost and compost based substrates. The successful partnership between plant operators, innovative engineering and research has enabled the continuous progress in the development of machines, facility design and quality management in composting.
An international audience will experience mobile machines for shredding and crushing biomass, newest techniques in the area of compost turners, sieving and separation technologies, process monitoring and controlling, manipulating and transporting as well as compost spreading. All this for a wide range of capacities and type of feedstock.
|08:30 AM||Reception and registration
|09:00 AM||Welcome & Opening Chairman Hubert Seiringer (Compost & Biogas Association Austria),
Johannes Dietmaier (Naturgut GmbH) & guests of honor
Award of the KompOscar
Expert advice by Mag. Roland Ertl
|10:30 – 17:00 AM||Machine demo & product presentation|
|all-day||B2B information exchange, Catering with "Ochs vom Spieß"|
Please download our program-booklet here
Through the program, you will be accompanied by gardening expert, moderator and composting fan Ing. Angelika Ertl.
Find accommodations near the venue at
Dear manufacturers, please register here (registration companies) and the exhibition areas will be reserved for you!
Dear visitors, please register here for the branch meeting! (Costs for meal: € 15, – (including 20% VAT) per visitor)
Review IPD 2015