More than 750 exhibitors will showcase the latest products and services for resource and waste management at RWM in partnership with CIWM, when it returns to the Birmingham NEC next week, from 10 to 12 September. With an international reach, the event is aimed at businesses and organisations looking to improve their recycling rates and resource efficiency.
RWM, supported by the Environmental Services Association, is Europe’s premier recycling and waste management event (from i2i Events) and is sponsored by Stobart Biomass, Novelis Recycling (stand 18/N51-M50), P&L Software (stand 18/L35-K34) and The Salvation Army (stand 18/K49-J48) Copper Consultancy (The Communications Hub), WAMITAB (The WAMITAB Skills Village) and Dentons (The Leader’s Arena).
Some of the biggest waste and recycling names are exhibiting and sponsoring RWM, including Biffa Polymers (17/G61), Viridor (Viridor Café), JCB (19/T39-S38), Saica Natur (18/J41-H40), Geesink Norba (OA190), Faun Zoeller (20/J78), Dennis Eagle (20/E29-C28) and Isuzu (19/X31-W30).
Dan Thurlow, portfolio director for the environment events at i2i Events Group said:
"With just a few days to go until the doors open, RWM 2013 looks set to be stronger than ever, with pre-registration figures well ahead of expectations, a record number of exhibitors and new products on show, plus our strongest ever free conference programme. With so much to see and seminars from renowned speakers such as Lord Robert Winston, eco-adventurer Andy Pag and food waste campaigner Tristram Stuart, visitors are likely to need more than one day to make the most of Europe’s biggest annual resource efficiency and waste management show."
A hand-picked selection of the biggest product launches, key announcements and industry leaders at RWM in association with CIWM is below:
Biffa (Hall/Stand: 20/B61)
Leaders’ Theatre Networking Area, 12.00/midday, 10 September
Visitors can join Biffa at 12.00pm on 10 September in The Leaders’ Theatre Networking Area for news from Ian Wakelin on how Biffa is investing in a new venture, which will shake up the resource management sector, delivering economic and environmental sustainability through a single consultancy.
UK Trade & Investment is inviting visitors to join them at RWM to meet directly with international Buyers and Trade and Investment Officers from across the globe at RWM. Bringing an international dimension, UK Trade and Investment will provide visitors with direct access to 70 international buyers from across the globe, all of whom are keen to meet and assess potential new UK suppliers.
Big machines on show
BS&B Safety Systems
BS&B Safety Systems presents its bespoke combustible dust fire and explosion prevention system for the waste management sector at RWM. The SparkEx Spark Detection and Extinguishing System is designed to detect hot particles, sparks and glowing embers that might become the ignition source for a fire or explosion if allowed to travel on through pneumatic ducting and conveyors.
FAUN Zoeller UK
FAUN Zoeller will unveil a brand new bin lift at RWM in partnership with CIWM. Having listened to customer feedback from across the UK, FAUN Zoeller has delivered a new product that offers a fresh approach to bin lift design. The company’s Chief Executive Officer Simon Hyde will unveil the product on 10 September and visitors are welcome to stay and enjoy a champagne lunch in celebration.
Designed and manufactured in Sweden by DISAB (www.disab.com), the world’s most powerful vacloader, the DISAB Centurion LN200/9-1812 Hi-Tip, boasts record-breaking suction power, both suck and blow capabilities. It can vacuum up both wet and dry material and can transport up to five tonnes of that material.
Terberg Matec UK
RWM in partnership with CIWM will see the launch of two different product lines form Terberg Matec. From AUSA, two of the popular B 200 H compact sweepers feature a class leading wall to wall turning circle and a highly fuel efficient VW TDi engine. From PB Environnement, the PBE Medium+ and Mega G3 compact RCVs.
Presona is showcasing a new addition to its range of fully automatic balers for the first time anywhere in the world at RWM 2013. The new baler, based on Presona’s well-developed existing baler concept, has been improved starting with the baler itself, as well as the total process of the baler life, from design, transportation, installation and operation to serviceability and working environment.
Impact Air Systems
Impact Air Systems will show their High Capacity Drum Airknife (HCDA) for the first time. Features include separation based on density and shape, high hourly throughput levels, fully adjustable for optimum flexibility and versatility, significant improvements for the separation of the material stream, few wear items, low maintenance, highly reliable, compact design and available in three standard sizes.
Brigade Electronics will launch their most intelligent camera monitor system yet at the show. Brigade Smarteye™ is a sophisticated camera system that provides the driver with a bird’s-eye view of the vehicle for effortless maneuvering. Four ultra-wide angle cameras with 187° lenses eliminate vehicle blind spots to provide a 360° view in a single image.
Services and consultants
DKM is an established WAMITAB delivery provider. They have just launched two new services. The first combines bespoke CPC training with Waste Management, ADR, Manual Handling or First Aid. The second is an Apprentice Management service. This includes sourcing the right candidates, initial interviewing and delivering a support programme of relevant training, whilst keeping client costs to a minimum.
Ricardo-AEA is one of the world’s leaders in the field of climate change and energy consultancy – operating in Europe, the US and China. The company has developed a bespoke carbon footprint spreadsheet model, aimed at supporting the resource efficiency and waste sector. The model simplifies the complex task of collating all the necessary data, combining it with the latest emission factors and organising, verifying and analysing the results. Users can evaluate current performance and test possible future interventions to understand where their best saving opportunities may lie.
With many professionals embracing a wider sustainability remit in their role, RWM in partnership with CIWM 2013 is co-located with three complementary events this year – The Energy Event, The Renewables Event and The (new) Water Event, which can be accessed for free by all visitors to RWM 2013 in partnership with CIWM.
Registration, sponsored by P&L Software, is open. To register for your free ticket and to get more information, visit the show website at www.rwmexhibition.com. You can also keep up to date with the latest news and opinions about the exhibition by following @RWM_with_CIWM and using the Twitter hashtag #RWMwithCIWM. For the co-located shows, follow @i2iEnergy.