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PRO ARCH fair in Banská Bystrica features over 230 exhibitors

Over 230 exhibitors will be showcased at the 12th PRO ARCH Construction Fair and at five accompanying exhibitions scheduled to take place in Banská Bystrica between April 21 and 24, the TASR newswire wrote.

Over 230 exhibitors will be showcased at the 12th PRO ARCH Construction Fair and at five accompanying exhibitions scheduled to take place in Banská Bystrica between April 21 and 24, the TASR newswire wrote.

The fair will feature businesses from Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Austria, Germany and the Netherlands. It is the second-largest construction fair in Slovakia, presenting a complete range of construction products.

An expert programme has been prepared for visitors under the auspices of the Construction and Regional Development Ministry, professional associations and specialists in the field of construction. A competition called 'Progressive, Cost-Effective Housing' will be judged at the fair while a Grand Prix award will go to the best product and service at the fair.

The accompanying exhibitions are: the 12th PRO HOTEL equipment and wellness fair; the 8th PRO REGION development fair; the 5th PRO EKO waste recycling and reuse fair; the 5th PRO ENERGO renewable sources and energy savings fair; and the 5th UTILITY VEHICLES and local authority technology fair.

Information on opportunities for applying for EU funds will be provided to those interested. Visitors will also learn how to lower energy costs by using alternative energy sources and how to separate waste in an ecological manner. Free consulting services will be provided at almost 20 consulting centres. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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