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RWM exhibition 2010 will be the best yet

Exhibitors and visitors are gearing up for the 2010 RWM exhibition, in what is set to be its best and most exciting show yet.

The leading exhibition in the recycling and waste management industry, which is located at the Birmingham NEC, will be showcasing more than 500 exhibitors this year across three days.

Big names in the industry exhibiting include Severnside Recycling, Novelis, May Gurney, UPM- Kymmene, the Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) and AWS Eco Plastics among many more. Leading waste management companies Sita UK and Viridor will be represented at the show,  while vehicle manufacturer Ford is exhibiting for the first time.

Event director Gerry Sherwood said: “RWM this year promises to be a really excellent exhibition. With over 500 exhibitors confirmed and more than 10,000 visitors expected to attend, it remains the UK’s biggest and most comprehensive recycling and waste management event.

“This year we’ve added important and exciting new features in the shape of a Waste Minimisation Zone and a Catwalk showcasing recycled textiles. I look forward to seeing all of the new innovations and latest thinking at the show from 14 to 16 September at the NEC in Birmingham.”

The show is the biggest date in the waste management calendar as big name speakers join the bill in the seminar theatres, talking on a host of pressing industry issues, providing vital information for visitors across the local authority, business and energy and water sectors. Opening discussions at the local authority seminar theatre is the London Waste and Recycling Board chairman James Cleverly, talking on the Mayor’s draft waste strategy of ending landfill waste in London in 15 years. Resource Efficiency Pathway director Chindarat Taylor will be talking about the waste issues facing the construction industry in the business seminar theatre, while Ecolateral’s Peter Jones will be informing us about the future challenges facing the industry in the energy and water theatre.

With more seating areas and a Viridor-sponsored café new to the event this year, the NEC is set to be a hive of business activity with networking opportunities galore.

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