The spotlight is on recycling as RWM expo returns
RWM, the largest recycling and waste management exhibition in the UK, is set for its biggest event yet
Filling the halls of the NEC in Birmingham on the 12th and 13th September, the event will be an essential calendar date not just for waste professionals, but for local authorities, big business and SMEs alike who are all rightfully concerned with their waste output.
With the focus set on business growth and local authorities, this years RWM will have dedicated spaces for both of these target markets in the form of the Business Growth Theatre and the Local Authority Theatre. Google Digital Garageand Adtrakwill be leading seminars in the Business Growth Theatre on developing and improving digital marketing for waste companies and increasing brand awareness online, whilst the likes of Bristol Councillor Kye Duddwill be discussing his award winning Slim My Campaign in the Local Authority Theatre.
As well as this, RWM will be running alongside the rest of the PRYSM Environmental Portfolio, completed by Future Resource, Flood Expo, The Contamination Series and Marine & Civil Engineering Expo. Having these events running alongside RWM will create the most comprehensive environmental event the UK has seen, providing delegates with a wealth of transferable information from each show, with the crossover of information being abundant.
Having these shows running alongside one another is one of the strongest reasons for RWM becoming unmissable, as this will be the true one stop shop for all environmental issues and topics, with solution led products and services being available for inspection and purchase throughout all the events.
The exhibitor list for RWM truly reflects the reputation the event has as being the best event for recycling and waste professionals. JCB, Mercedes Benz, Toyota Waste Handling, Veolia, Viridor, Bradshaw, Bunting Magnetics, Dsposal and theDepartment of International Tradeall on hand to display and educate visitors on their services and products, as well as making beneficial and long lasting working relationships.
Tickets for RWM are free and available now by simply registering on rwmexhibition.com.
If you would like to inquire about remaining exhibitor space, get in touch with Nick Woore on firstname.lastname@example.org or at 0117 929 6083.