The show focused on green products and services in the south east of England.
Visitors picked up tips from seminars on the exhibition floor, saw electric cars in the 'transport zone' and tried out new products like the grow your own oyster mushroom pack from the Espresso Mushroom Company, which recycles disused coffee granules to make growing kits for mushrooms.
The show will return in June 2013 and the venue to be announced soon.
Nicola Gunstone, commercial director at of the show, said: "Local homeowners learnt how to reduce their carbon footprint and live in a more sustainable way and business owners picked up tips on creating more environmentally friendly business practices.
"We will definitely be back next year with a bigger show with more features for visitors to enjoy. We plan to confirm the June date and venue within the next couple of months."Are eco technology shows on the increase? Login and let us know what you think below.
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