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Construction Trade Fair
January 13, 2010   
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Sustainable construction is the leading theme of this year's Budma International Construction Fair, to be held for the 19th time in the western city of Poznań Jan. 19-22. The fair is expected to bring together around 1,500 leading producers and distributors who will showcase their products and services on an area of almost 40,000 square meters.

Sustainable development is one of the hottest topics in the economy these days. The term "sustainable construction" embraces principles of economics, ergonomics and ecology as the chief guidelines for the building industry in order to optimize the energy efficiency of buildings, provide safety, comfort and functionality for users, and minimize the negative impact on the environment. Sustainable construction involves the use of sustainable materials, or materials that are environmentally friendly, safe for people, and designed to reduce noise and waste. Such materials must be biodegradable and recyclable after the building is demolished.

This year's Budma exhibition includes a new section called Passive Construction with a display of innovative materials and building technology. The BudShow section, in turn, will feature a model house that meets all the requirements of sustainable construction. Addressing the growing demand for building technology employing wood, the fair organizers have prepared a special display called Wooden House Village featuring examples of state-of-the-art wood construction technology.

This year's Budma covers an extended range of topics. In the past, the fair concentrated on housing technology, while this year it will also tackle other segments of the building industry. Exhibitors will show their wares in the following market segments: Housing, Community Infrastructure and Public Buildings, Industrial Construction, and Road Construction.
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