This year's Cleanzone started with 105 percent more exhibitors than ten years ago. At the international trade fair for cleanroom and cleanliness technology, hygiene and contamination control, 82 exhibitors from 17 countries presented their innovations. Once again, all industries that produce in cleanrooms and equip cleanrooms came together. Current challenges and solutions were the focus of the fair, including energy efficiency and sustainability, supply chain issues, new requirements and automation.
Top-class speakers at the Cleanzone Conference shared their knowledge with the 1,500 participants at the trade fair over two days. In presentations such as "Delivering energy efficiency solutions in pharmaceutical and life science cleanrooms" by Keith Beattie (EECO2), "Towards holistic sustainability through circular economy" by Prof. Dr. Julia Krause (HTW Dresden) and "Sustainability and Contamination Control in Hospitals" by MSc. Remko Noor (Maximuse B. V.), sustainable goals and concepts were presented. In the lecture "Personalized Medicine - Chances and Challenges", Morten Schlothauer spoke about the relevance of patient-specific drug manufacturing. There were also a number of presentations on educational strategies, such as "Diversity, equity, inclusiveness: The new "50 Young Professionals" educational strategy of the ICCCS" by Conor Murray (3dimension Cleanrooms) and Orkun Özkurt (ICCCS).
On the second day of the fair, Reinraum-Mieten was chosen as the winner of the Cleanzone Awards 2022 with its temporary, individually configurable cleanrooms. A total of five projects were nominated for the award.
Cleanzone will be held every two years in future. The next edition will take place on 25 and 26 September 2024 in Frankfurt am Main.
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