NEW FEATURES ANNOUNCED FOR RWM 07:
The industry will be “talking climate change” when the un-missable Recycling and Waste Management (RWM) exhibition returns this September. Taking place at the Birmingham NEC from 11 to 13 September, RWM 07 will feature a number of new visitor attractions including a two-day conference running alongside the show and a new exhibition and workshop area dedicated to climate change: an issue that has risen to the top of the agenda for business and local government alike.
Popular features such as the outdoor vehicle and waste demonstrations and free
seminar sessions will run throughout the three-day show, while this year's indoor and outdoor exhibitions are expected to attract over 450 exhibitors, showcasing the latest waste management and recycling technologies and solutions.
Visitors can pre-register for free, fast-track entry now on
www.rwmexhibition.com, where they can also access an online planning facility to create their own unique schedule of stand visits and show events.
Introduced this year, following consultation with visitors, is the RWM 07 Conference featuring in-depth sessions on plastics, kitchen waste, construction and demolition and vehicles and technology. The conference (which is chargeable) provides delegates with a dedicated programme of presentations and debate on
these topical issues and a unique opportunity to ask questions directly of key Government and industry figures.
Meanwhile a new area – RWM 07: Talking Climate Change – has been introduced in response to the urgent need for practical information on tackling climate change, through recycling and waste management. Visitors will be able to attend free of charge sessions where they can find out how to measure the carbon footprint of their organisation and understand how legislation such as the Climate Change Bill is likely to affect them.
“RWM is the UK's leading dedicated event for the recycling and waste management industry and has rightly earned a reputation as the place to source valuable contacts and business solutions, whatever part of industry you work in,” said RWM 07 organiser, Steve Crowhurst.
“At RWM 07 you can find out about new products or services as they are launched, see the latest vehicles and processing equipment in action, and attend free seminars where industry experts demystify environmental legislation and share their ideas. With climate change emerging as such an important topic, the show has greater relevance than ever before, and we have worked hard to introduce new features that really add value to exhibitors and visitors alike.”
Last year's Recycling & Waste Management exhibition (RWM 06) was bigger than ever before, making it the best-attended and fastest-growing event in the industry calendar.* More than 7,100 visitors flocked to the Birmingham NEC to see over 430 companies. And when exhibitors, press and seminar speakers are taken into account, the total attendance was 9,235, up nearly 10% on 2005.
For more information about RWM 07 and to register now, visit
www.rwmexhibition.com or call 01923 690632.