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Visitors registration for RWM06 has now opened

Visitor registration* for RWM06, the biggest and best attended show for the
recycling and waste management industry, has now opened. Visitors can pre-
register for free, fast-track entry on, and take advantage
of the online Plan Your Visit facility to create their own personal show

The Recycling & Waste Management Exhibition 2006, which takes place at the NEC
in Birmingham from 12 to 14 September 2006, has already attracted over 300
exhibiting companies from across the recycling industry, many of whom will be
launching new products or services.

RWM06 also features:

· Free of charge seminar sessions, sponsored by Veolia Environmental
Services, which will run alongside the show every day. The seminar programme
includes an entire day dedicated to local authority issues, together with
sessions on the Waste Electrical Electronic Equipment Directive, retail
recycling and materials options.
· An expanded outside exhibition and demonstration area where visitors can
see vehicles and processing equipment up close and in action.
· A Training Zone featuring leading course providers and sessions on
enhancing your career in waste management and recycling.
· The Vehicles & Plant Awards and gala dinner (payable) at the National
Motorcycle Museum on 13 September.
· An exclusive lounge for VIP visitors, sponsored by Severnside

Full exhibitor listings and details of the interactive visitor attractions are
available on

Organisers anticipate RWM06 will attract over 7,000 visitors and more than 400
exhibitors over the three days. RWM05 broke new records by attracting 6443
audited visitors** (and was attended by a total of 8,429).

To register now, visit or call 01923 690632.

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