The outdoor area comprises an impressive exhibition area for vehicles, plant and equipment, together with the Live Outdoor Demonstration Area and Live Outdoor Waste Demonstration Area, where visitors can see vehicles and processing equipment up close and in action.
This year visitors can see a variety of demonstrations such as car baling by Wright Engineers, which will be using the Pegasus Car Baler and the Sierra SLK 505 car baler (with sheering facility), to compress car shells into bales the size of fridge freezers. Green waste and construction waste demonstrations have also been planned.
A full timetable will be posted on www.rwmexhibition.com before the show.
Big names in vehicles
· JCB will be exhibiting a selection of high-specification models from its Wastemaster Fleet and featuring its purpose-built machines in the RWM05 demonstration area.
· Other vehicle exhibitors will include Finning (UK), national Caterpillar dealer for Great Britain; Manitou (Site Lift), which will be exhibiting a robust range of fork lift trucks with dedicated front-end Strimech attachments; Northern Ireland trailer manufacturer BMI, which will be exhibiting the recently launched Fastflooor bulk waste ejector; and Seddon Atkinson Vehicles, which will be showing its latest recycling chassis - the M5 Pacer.
· The newly launched Actifit weighing system with sensor technology to prevent overloading will be on display on the Faun Municiple Vehicles stand, while Atlas Wheeled Loaders, importer of buckets, ground engaging tools and loading shovels, will be exhibiting a selection of Atlas and Giant wheeled loaders.
· John Hanlon & Co will be among the companies offering vehicles and handling equipment for hire.
With recycling targets increasing and the introduction of new legislation governing the disposal of waste streams such as hazardous and organic waste, the outdoor area is set to attract visitors who are keen to find solutions and to see innovative new recycling processes first hand.
· CRT Heaven designs and manufactures specialised equipment for the safe and cost-effective recycling of cathode ray tubes, and will be exhibiting at RWM for the first time. Managing director David Harris says: "The timing of the show is perfect for us with the pending implementation of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive."
· Trecycle will be exhibiting some of the latest recycling technology which includes a HAAS Star master 3F-mbt which cleans, separates and sorts green waste into three grades, including a very fine grade product suitable for bagging. It can also be used for construction waste and glass.
· Crushers, shredders, scanners, sorters, chippers, hammermills and conveying equipment from the likes of Wilkie Recycling Equipment, Harry West and HAAS Recycling Systems will be showcased.
To see it all in action, make sure you take a step outside at RWM05.