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Recycleye Invited by Microsoft to Showcase at ChangeNOW 2021

27 May, 2021  – Recycleye has been invited by Microsoft to participate at this year’s ChangeNOW Summit conference 2021, where we will be exhibiting our break-through technologies amongst the top 1000 concrete solutions addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Taking place from 27-29th May, ChangeNOW is the world’s largest consortium of innovations for climate change. Speakers will include Justin Trudeau, Richard Branson, Mark Carney, and many more international change-makers.

Recycleye will be hosting a virtual stand to exhibit, Recycleye Vision and Recycleye Robotics. Visit our booth to learn how our intelligent waste solutions are digitising and decentralising the waste management industry.

The event will also feature an exclusive premier of Sir David Attenborough’s new documentary, Breaking Boundaries: The Road to a Cleaner, Healthier and More Peaceful World. This is an event you do not want to miss!

Grab your tickets here


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