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Top industry speakers secured for RWM

Recycling and Waste Management Exhibition (RWM) has secured some top industry ‘thought leaders’ for this year’s show including Lord Digby Jones, Jonathon Porritt CBE and Lucy Siegle.

The show runs across three days 13 to 15 September and these top names will give a keynote speech on one of those days. They will argue that sustainable practices are the future of the UK economy.

Environmental journalist and columnist Lucy Siegle will speak on Tuesday 13 September. Former Confederation of British Industry (CBI) director general and Minister of State for Trade and Investment Lord Digby Jones will deliver the keynote on Wednesday 14 September. And environmental advisor Jonathon Porritt CBE will speak at the event on Thursday 15 September.

RWM in partnership with Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) event director Gerry Sherwood said: “The support of Lord Digby Jones, Jonathon Porritt and Lucy Siegle shows how waste, recycling and sustainability have mainstream support and will help us to inform and inspire everyone visiting RWM in partnership with CIWM.”

RWM in partnership with CIWM was formed last year through the merger of the RWM and the Futuresource show.

The show is the largest for businesses and organisations in waste and recycling and alongside the exhibition features a three day seminar programme with over 90 speakers.

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