25 – 28 April 2024
Brussels Expo

Main partners
Banque Bank Van Breda logo

Creating impactful, socially and environmentally responsible events

Together, we aim to:
  • reduce our environmental footprint
  • support communities in their transition to a sustainable economy
  • promote innovation
  • embrace diversity and inclusion in all its dimensions
As part of the Easyfairs Group, we are members of the Net Zero Carbon Events pledge and commit to being net zero by 2050 and to halve our greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

THE 6 MAIN INITIATIVES

to achieve these objectives:

1.

Production & waste

We use all-in stands

We have implemented a strict waste management and waste reduction plan

  • We sort all waste
    • We put sorting bins at strategic locations
  • We are committed to reducing plastic and paper waste
    • We use recyclable plastic for our production needs
    • We provide digital signage whenever possible
    • We reuse printed banners, flags, and signs for future editions of Art Brussels
  • We use eco-friendly cleaning products

2.

Energy

We implement energy conservation measures

  • We equip our all-in stands with LED lighting
  • We limit our energy consumption by not only strictly controlling the heating, but also the lighting and HVAC levels during the buildup and dismantling of Art Brussels
    • We turn off electricity at night
    • During event setup and teardown, we limit the temperature to 18°C

3.

Travel & accommodation

We’re aiming to reduce travel emissions

  • We provide electric vehicle charging stations
  • We encourage visitors to come to Art Brussels on foot, by bicycle, or by public transport
  • We encourage visitors and galleries to carpool to Art Brussels

We use all-in stands
We have implemented a strict waste management and waste reduction plan

  • We sort all waste
    • We put sorting bins at strategic locations
  • We are committed to reducing plastic and paper waste
    • We use recyclable plastic for our production needs
    • We provide digital signage whenever possible
    • We reuse printed banners, flags, and signs for future editions of Art Brussels
  • We use eco-friendly cleaning products

We implement energy conservation measures

  • We equip our all-in stands with LED lighting
  • We limit our energy consumption by not only strictly controlling the heating, but also the lighting and HVAC levels during the buildup and dismantling of Art Brussels
    • We turn off electricity at night
    • During event setup and teardown, we limit the temperature to 18°C

We’re aiming to reduce travel emissions

  • We provide electric vehicle charging stations
  • We encourage visitors to come to Art Brussels on foot, by bicycle, or by public transport
  • We encourage visitors and galleries to carpool to Art Brussels

4.

Freight & logistics

We apply sustainability criteria when selecting our suppliers

5.

Food & food waste

We apply sustainable food sourcing principles at our catering points

  • Our self-service restaurant by KTCHN, focuses on nature, local produce and gourmet cuisine, with a maximum of Belgian produce and healthy products (mainly organic and seasonal)
  • We provide vegetarian and vegan options at all catering points

We are working to reduce food waste

  • We apply portion control

6.

Social responsibility

We apply sustainability criteria when selecting our suppliers

We apply sustainable food sourcing principles at our catering points

  • Our self-service restaurant by KTCHN, focuses on nature, local produce and gourmet cuisine, with a maximum of Belgian produce and healthy products (mainly organic and seasonal)
  • We provide vegetarian and vegan options at all catering points

We are working to reduce food waste

  • We apply portion control

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