The Palma International Boat Show is committed to sustainability and recycling with the help of Adalmo

  • • All the waste generated during the boat show is separated and recycled to protect the environment
  • • The Balearic company Adalmo is in charge of offering this service both to the organisers themselves as to exhibitors and visitors

Once again the organisers of the Palma International Boat Show will be looking after the environment and sustainability this year by setting up a separation and recycling service for all the waste generated during the four days of the boat show.

The Balearic waste management company Adalmo will be in charge of offering this service, by installing green points for selective collection and subsequent recycling in the fair ground.

After glass, plastics are the second most abundant marine waste fraction in the Balearic Sea, with an average weight of approximately 3 kg/km2, a fact and the reason for the organisation of the PIBS 2022 to recycle all the waste generated during the event.

Adalmo, an authorised manager of all types of waste, has been working towards environmental protection and conservation since 1967, and its experience and professionalism have positioned it as a benchmark in terms of integrated waste management and environmental services, thus contributing to the sustainable development of our islands and the circular economy. Adalmo is also responsible for scrapping unusable or disused boats, offering their destruction, prior decontamination and recycling to protect the environment and the health of the sea.

The next edition of the Palma International Boat Show will be held from the 28th of April to the 1st of May 2022 at Palma’s Moll Vell.

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