With policy change, Brexit and new ministers in the cabinet, there has never been a more important time to visit RWM in 2016.
This year the event, which takes place at the NEC, Birmingham from 13-15 September, promises to stimulate and attract the attention of the broadest cross-sector audience at the international showcase of resource and waste management innovation.
With a dedicated zone for machinery and equipment technology, Skip Hire companies are a key audience for this year.
RWM, in partnership with the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management, will explore and highlight a variety of initiatives, products and services to encourage globally sustainable models of resource efficiency.
RWM 2016 continues to provide industry leading insight and access to the latest sustainable solutions across a number of key areas: machinery and equipment, handling and logistics zone, recycling and reprocessing technologies zone, professional services and the energy from waste zone.
The Machinery and Skip Hire Zone showcases all technology that aims to separate, sort, reduce and move materials. Key exhibitors include; Challenger Handling Ltd, Capitol Compactors, Firstgrade Recycling Systems with their Picking Cabin and Skips, Increase computers Ltd, Bulk Handing Systems, CDEnviro, Hammel International, Liebherr and many, many more.
Bringing together the entire resource ecosystem gives visitors the opportunity to explore further afield, with three co-located shows which promise to be insightful, inspiring and innovative.
The three additional two-day shows on 13-14 September, will attract a further 7,000 visitors and provide a platform for cross-sector networking, boosting synergies and encouraging achievable strategies to be considered.
The Energy Event is the UK’s leading event for energy and utilities procurement professionals, and brings together the supply and demand side of the industry to help influence the way energy is bought and managed.
The Renewables Event is the only show of its kind dedicated to supporting those investing into renewable energy production, and micro-generation. This show offers insight into the spectrum of technologies and applications available, investment opportunities, policy insight, case studies and practical strategic guidance.
The Water Event promotes the efficient consumption, management and procurement of this most precious resource, water. The two days will include industry insight, promoting achievable strategies and showcase valuable case studies.
Barry Dennis, Chair of RWM said: “RWM has become synonymous with worldwide product innovation and has a high level of loyalty from global visitors and exhibitors. Following valuable feedback from attendees and industry leaders, we continue to strive to further enhance the show and propel ideas and business models into the international limelight.
“Giving organisations and professionals the best platform to drive business growth is a primary commitment for RWM, and as we constantly evolve and grow, this event remains the industry’s leading show not to be missed.”
Each event will once again feature a packed schedule of informative workshops, keynote speeches, seminars and surgery sessions. For more information about Europe’s largest and best-established event for resource efficiency:
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Key show areas:
- Machinery and equipment, where visitors will get an immediate sense of the sheer size and breadth of the technologies available on the market. From commercial waste containers to sorting systems and heavy plant equipment, hundreds of suppliers will be exhibiting their latest developments.
- Handling and logistics zone showcases a broad range of bespoke materials handling and logistics services and solutions to help companies build and manage world-class supply chains and improve operational, management and strategic performance.
- Recycling and reprocessing technologies zone, bringing to life the environmental and financial benefits of recycling. An immense range of products and services will be on show to help organisations achieve zero waste to landfill.
- Professional services from consulting on resource management plans to recruiting the right people to implement it.
- Energy from waste zone, which highlights the increasing capabilities and efficiencies for recovering energy from materials including anaerobic digestion, incineration, and gasification.