A revamped RWM show has been unveiled for 2017 to acknowledge the growing relationship between waste management and other resources.
Run in partnership with the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM), the event has incorporated the previous standalone energy and water shows into dedicated energy, water and waste zones.
The changes to the event are marked by new branding (pictured).
“Combining the events is not only a huge step for the exhibition, but also a reflection of the way the sectors are beginning to overlap and merge,” said Nicola Meadows, RWM event director. ”We understand that energy, water supply and waste management are as distinct and important as ever to our visitors and exhibitors.
“Our expanded approach also aims to grow our presence in each separate sector, as well as highlighting the synergies and business opportunities that come with sharing knowledge.”
RMW 2017, taking place at the NEC Birmingham from 12-14 September, will showcase new features designed to create networking opportunities between the energy, water and waste supply chains.
There will be new sectors, including energy from waste; handling & logistics; recyclers & reprocessors; and data technology & services.
RWM 2017 will also offer discovery trails identifying key exhibitors for visitors wanting a specific service or a more organised experience: the Local Authority Solutions Trail; the Energy Solutions Trail; and the Water Marketplace Trail.
“We have brought the energy, water and waste audiences closer so they can share, learn and grow together at RWM 2017,” said Meadows.
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