The European Industrial Gases Association’s Symposium 2013 will mark the 90th anniversary of the establishment of EIGA’s predecessor CPI, which was established on December 15th 1923.
To mark this important occasion EIGA intends to celebrate the considerable progress made in the gases industry towards improved safety and a reduced environmental footprint over many decades. The Symposium program focuses on current improvements in safety and sustainability, those that are anticipated over the next decade, and the challenges these might raise.
Last year’s event, held also in Brussels, attracted a 220 strong audience from 31 countries – who were greeted by 46 speakers, both internal and external who were on-hand to address the key debates around oxygen safety.
To keep up-to-date with the breaking news from this year’s EIGA Symposium, be sure to stay tuned to gasworld.com for the latest news from Web Editor Stuart Radnedge who is attending this year’s event.