The night will be a not-for-profit event, with all the profits raised going directly to charity. It will take place on September 12 at the Gallery Suite in the NEC, where the exhibition is being held.
To raise money there will be a charity auction, table sales and raffles and some companies have already donated prizes for the event.
Prize donations are welcome and some suggested ideas include dinner for two at the Raymond Blanc restaurant Le Manoir, a day out on a gin palace yacht, a weekend for two at a top flight De Vere hotel, signed football shirts and basically anything that will generate money for the charity.
RWM exhibition event director Steve Crowhurst said: "The recycling and waste management sector already does a lot to help our world. But we thought it would be good to help children who are less disadvantaged than us at a not-for-profit charity dinner involving us here and as many people as possible from the sector.
"This charity dinner gives us all the opportunity to help as well as have a good time during the RWM exhibition. The Variety Club is a fantastic charity and we hope that as many of you will join us to help raise as much as we can for them."
RWM takes place on September 11-13 and more information on both events can be found at