A major new conference and exhibition — the London Recycling and Waste Expo (RAWE) - has been launched by the same team who organise the UK’s biggest and best attended industry event RWM.
London RAWE will last for two days on 10 and 11 May at the Ibis Hotel in Earls Court London.
It will feature a full conference programme including two different conference streams on each day giving visitors flexibility to choose topics that interest them most. The first day will include topics such as the Single Waste Authority and London Mayor Ken Livingstone’s plans to deal with 85% of London waste within its borders by 2020 and energy from waste and new technologies. Then the second day will cover other important issues for London including finding new funding steams, dealing with the Waste Strategy Review, increasing participation in high rise properties and improving communications.
“London is at the cutting edge when it comes to recycling problems and solutions, and London RAWE will be the ideal opportunity to network with key decision makers, local authorities, waste management companies, voluntary and community organisations and anybody else interested in this exciting and vibrant sector.
“The Expo is aimed mainly for people who operate in London and the Home Counties, but will also be useful for anybody around the country who is interested in how Europe’s largest city deals with, and will deal with, its recycling and waste.”
London RAWE is organised by the team behind the UK’s biggest and best attended event in the industry calendar. RWM 05 attracted 6,443 trade visitors and 380 exhibitors. RWM 06 will be held at the NEC in Birmingham on 12-14 September 2006.
For more information visit www.londonRAWE.co.uk