The recycling and waste management sector is gearing up for the next RWM show, which will once again take place at the NEC, Birmingham, on 12th -13 September.
Under new management, Prysm, the independent show organiser said it expects to deliver a ‘bigger’ and ‘better’ show than in previous years, packed with a number of workshops, panel debates, summits, case studies and product innovations.
On top of this, there will be 350 seminars across the two day event, which will address the challenges and ongoing issues facing local authorities and recycling businesses, while sharing solutions for preventing waste crime and helping companies boost their recycling activities.
Among some in the line-up, Alistair Paul, Joint Head of Waste Regulation and Crime at Defra, will discuss: “Tackling Waste Crime – Working Together to Promote Duty of Care.’ Meanwhile, Cat Fletcher & Steve Hartley from Freegle and Brighton & Hove City Council, shall present: ‘Reduce Waste, Save Money, Support Resident! Council and Reuse Charity Collaboration.’
Speaking of this year’s show, Nick Woore, Managing Director of RWM said: “With a new wave of legislations and policies coming into effect, RWM will give you the opportunity to capitalise and capture new business. We have a zone dedicated to providing education and solutions that will improve your strategies for 2019 by ensuring that revenues are maximised.”
A Networking Area has also been set up allowing delegates to share industry knowledge and best practice as well as establish potential working relationships with others in the field.
For more information and to register for your free pass, visit the RWM Exhibition website.