Resource Ireland 2012

Momentum is building fast for Resource Ireland the leading event for the Irish environment, water, recycling and waste markets. With a varied exhibition floor, outside demonstration area and comprehensive free to attend seminar programme, this event is not to be missed.

Taking place at Simmonscourt, Dublin from 17th – 18th October 2012 Resource Ireland is set to be the most content driven event of the year.

Focussed on two core themes for 2012 – water and waste, the exhibition consists of the well established Irish Water Exhibition and the Irish Recycling and Waste Exhibition.

The Irish Recycling & Waste Exhibition is an excellent method for anyone in this sector to demonstrate products that exploit these business opportunities and is a ‘must visit’ for end users looking for products and services, or information from the excellent seminar programmes, to resolve such problems.

The Irish Water Exhibition began 30 years ago and is still going strong today. The relevance of this exhibition with the challenges facing Irelands water sector is not to be underestimated.

Details of the seminar programmes will soon be available and visitors can expect two free to attend seminar programmes held within the exhibition, bringing together leading industry experts to offer solutions to the country’s biggest water and waste challenges.

Visitors will have free access to practical and policy advice, ensuring their organisation remains up to date. The Waste theatre in association with CIWM, and will explore the latest industry issues and regulations affecting Ireland’s waste sector. The Water theatre will feature key industry speakers who will join together to discuss the big changes taking place in the structure of the water sector and challenges currently being faced in Ireland.

Running for two days, Resource Ireland will attract environmental, water and waste professionals from some of the most influential organisations in the industry.

For free entry into the exhibition and to attend the seminars, please register at

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