HydroExpo is a European exhibition which is intended to be renewed every year and which aims to become THE meeting place and exchange for all the actors directly or indirectly linked to the management of wetlands. A unique European event around the themes of the maintenance and development of aquatic environments, in a context which, more than ever, is part of a current and lasting trend.
WHO ARE WE ?
HydroExpo was born from the association between the experience of Jérôme Aubry manager of the RPI (Régie Publicité Industrielle) specialist in the organization of B2B events in the industrial sector and the know-how of Jean-François Trousselet, manager of the DESMMA company specializing in dredging and wetland maintenance.
WHAT IS HYDROEXPO?
HydroExpo is a B2B trade fair aimed at promoting the various means, services and materials made available for the maintenance, development, rehabilitation and preservation of all wetlands (lakes, canals, port areas, ponds, rivers, etc. .). It is aimed at local authorities, public and private organizations involved in the management and maintenance of wetlands, public works companies, green space development companies and waterway operators.
WHY AN EXHIBITION?
Wetlands have many facets and are characterized by exceptional biodiversity. They are indeed home to many plant and animal species.
In addition, through their various functions, they play a key role in the regulation of water resources, purification and flood prevention. Threatened by human activities and global changes, this heritage is the subject of special attention. Its preservation represents important and indispensable environmental, economic and social issues. Maintaining them is today a challenge for all those who have the need and the duty to maintain and safeguard this heritage in great change.
This is why, it seemed essential to us to allow all the protagonists of these sectors to be able to meet, exchange, learn, make known and promote all the means, services and materials of maintenance and development of the aquatic environments.