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3 Reasons to Attend No-Dig Down Under 2019

11 June 2019

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1. Be part of the conversation

The hydro excavation market is one that is expanding quickly across the globe and although you might think it’s quite niche, hundreds of other countries are doing it and reaping the benefits (just like you might be). In total, it is estimated that the market is worth around 60-billion AUD globally.  If you’re in Australia, New Zealand or even in North America or the UK, No Dig Down Under is one place where you’ll hear the latest news in the industry and learn what you need to give yourself the competitive edge.

2. Explore Melbourne while you’re there

From footy at the ‘G (Melbourne Cricket Ground) to experiencing the coffee/street art in the amazing Laneways or taking a trip to the famous 12 Apostles you’ll be sure to have an amazing experience in Melbourne outside of the conference too. We hear that the South Melbourne Market and St Kilda Pier are must-sees as well!

3. Learn how to take control of your waste

We’ll be at No-Dig Down Under too, exhibiting at Booth 30 and would love to see you there.  We’ll be talking about how to avoid unnecessary disposal costs, eliminate the need to add sawdust or other solidifying products, and most importantly, turn what is seen as a ‘waste’ into valuable resources.

 

The Australian Society of Trenchless Technology’s (ASTT) edition of No Dig Down Under Conference and Exhibition in 2017 was a huge success and we are sure that 2019 will be even better.

If you’re already attending, or maybe we’ve convinced you to attend, we’d love to see you while you’re there.  Set up a meeting with us by emailing marketing@cdenviro.com or find out more about our solutions for non-destructive digging waste here.

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