02.05.2011 News: European Parliament Ceramics Forum (EPCF) - ceramic solutions for resource efficiency

The next European Parliament Ceramics Forum (EPCF) debating the ceramic solutions for resource efficiency will be held on Thursday 26 May 2011, from 13:00 to 15:00.
We refer to the attached announcement for further information.
 
This year’s EPCF is listed as an official side-event to the Commission’s Green Week, running from 24  to 27 May. During the Green Week, Cerame-Unie, the European Ceramic Industry Association, welcomes you to its exhibition stand where you can learn even more about the ceramic solutions for resource efficiency.  
 
We look forward seeing you in May.
 
Sincerely yours,
 
 
Malcolm Harbour MEP                   Michael Cashman MEP
President in Office                          Co-President
 

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