RWM in partnership with CIWM is the perfect opportunity to see the latest developments in waste management and recycling. In addition visitors can see how a sustainable approach to business can save long-term costs and boost revenue.
For the first time, the sustainability and recycling industry’s two biggest exhibitions, the Recycling and Waste Management Exhibition (RWM) and The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management’s (CIWM) Futuresource, have combined to create a single flagship event taking place at Birmingham’s NEC from Tuesday 13 to Thursday 15 September.
With more than 600 exhibitors already signed up, the exhibition will feature the very latest products and services in waste and recycling.
72 Free Seminars, Over 90 Expert Speakers
This year, RWM in partnership with CIWM’s seminar programme will feature the waste and recycling industry’s largest programme of free content, covering Technology & Innovation, Commerce & Industry, Local Authority, Communications issues and Energy. It gives you the chance to make sure you are armed with the latest knowledge from leading industry figures.
The programme has been fully accredited by CIWM, with each day of the conference providing half a day towards members’ Graduate Structured Learning & Development Programme or four hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
The full three-day seminar programme will feature over 90 industry-leading experts including former politician and corporate advisor Lord Digby Jones, journalist and environmentalist Lucy Siegle and expert environmental advisor Jonathon Porritt CBE. In addition, a host of industry professionals will be presenting the latest industry insights, as well as best practice case studies covering a variety of topics including waste prevention and reuse. Seminars will highlight the latest new technology and policy developments to inspire improvement in food and drink recycling and waste.
Visitors can take the unique opportunity to talk through solutions for their businesses at the Professional Services Clinic, which is new to the show for 2011. A selection of experts will be available for free one-on-one consultancy sessions with visitors across the three days of the exhibition. Clinics will include getting the most out of energy from waste provided by the experts at KEMA and legal services sessions provided by corporate law firm Nabarro. Sessions will be available throughout the three days but spaces are limited so visitors are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment. To book an appointment please visit www.rwmexhibition.com/pr and click on ‘Professional Services Clinic’ under the ‘Visit’ tab.
Back for 2011 is Cafe Viridor, a popular area at last year’s RWM and the ideal networking spot for visitors and exhibitors. For 2011, RWM in partnership with CIWM is also home to a second exciting networking hub sponsored by Stobart Biomass Products as well as communications advice in the Sauce Communications Hub in partnership with CIWM and APSRG.
RWM in partnership with CIWM takes place at the Birmingham NEC from Tuesday 13 to Thursday 15 September 2011. Register for free www.rwmexhibition.com/pr. Keep up to date by following @RWM_with_CIWM and using the Twitter hashtag #RWMwithCIWM.