Hydrogeological instability and prevention under the microscope. Event scheduled 14 October at 10 a.m. in the auditorium of the Territory and Environment Department, Sicily Region
Land management-protection and solutions for environmental emergencies: SaMoTer, Veronafiere’s international exhibition dedicated to earth moving, site and building machinery, also presents in Sicily the focus of its 30th edition scheduled 22-25 February 2017 in Verona. Palermo next 14 October will host the second stage of the SaMoTer Road Show by focusing spotlights on problems related to hydrogeological instability and the contribution of machinery and technology at work in environmental contexts exposed to high risks.
Appointment scheduled in the Auditorium of the Territory and Environment Department, Sicily Region (Via Ugo La Malfa 169) starting at 10.00 am. The situation was analysed by Maurizio Croce, Regional Councillor for the Territory and Environment, Sergio Marino, Councillor for the Environment of Palermo City Council, Fabrizio Bignardelli, Managing Director of Confindustria Palermo, Massimiliano Miconi, Vice President of Ance Sicily, geologists Giuseppe Collura and Domenico Craparo, seismologist Giuseppe Bavari, alongside Gaetano Gullo, Director of Sicily Forestry Corps, Rosaria Barresi of the Regional Department for Infrastructures, Salvatore Giglione of the Town Planning Department a representative of the Civil Defence Department.
The goal of the road show taking in Bari, Palermo, Catanzaro and Genoa is to stimulate debate focusing on such a major topic as the protection of natural resources, with a view to the 30th edition of SaMoTer – the show that offers the best opportunities in Italy to discover the latest developments on the specialist machinery market in this context.
It will also be an occasion to present all the business activities, collateral initiatives and incentives planned during SaMoTer 2017, especially the concessions as regards travel costs for visits by groups of operators from regions in Central-Southern Italy.
Source: SaMoTer-Veronafiere Press Service