Tickets have been flying out the door (grab yours from rwmexhibition.com) for the event taking place on the 12th and 13th September at Birmingham’s NEC. With everything being finalised, taking a step back reveals that there is a plethora of amazing learning opportunities throughout the event. With the waste industry being a bit caught behind with modern age technology, RWM has made it an active task to get the best of the best in to discuss the amazing advancements in technology for both the commercial side and the industrial side as well.
The first places to check to find out about the pioneering work being done will be the 16 seminar halls dotted across the event. FromInnovationthrough to Energy From Waste, there is a huge breadth of topics being covered, but for those who wish to learn about the technological advancements within the waste industry, there a specific seminars to attend, you can find the full listing in the show guide found on the RWM website! In the Waste Matters Theatre Tom Passmore, CEO and Founder of Dsposalwill be actually guiding the visitors through what tech to actually invest into and what to avoid given how the spotlight is very much on the waste industry after the shocking consequences of our global negligence towards ocean pollution. Understanding what will actually evolve the industry and what are, as Tom puts it, ‘weird mutations’.
This won’t be the only seminar where technology is at the forefront as Shaun Hamilton from Vehicle Weighing Solutionswill be leading a seminar in the Local Authority Theatrethat will be discussing how technology advancements in information and traceability will affect the waste industry, making companies more responsible for their waste and also making a waste management far more effective.
Of course it’s not only the advancements in tech that RWM will be boasting, as the recycling side of the industry is making huge leaps and bounds forward, all of which are incredibly interesting. In the Innovation TheatreAdrian Griffiths, CEO of Recycling Technologies will be delving into his companies work in the realm of chemical recycling and how this can benefit the recycling economy and make sure all recycled plastics match up against virgin materials. This isn’t the only deeply intriguing topic in the realm of recycling, as Larry Grant of Eden Eco Solutionswill be guiding the Circular Economy Theatrethrough amazing technological advancements that can see natural waste reduced but up to 95% in 72 hours, the ideal seminar for companies with high levels of organic waste. This seminar will also show how the reduced digestate can be utilised for into energy from waste!
As well as these seminars, the exhibitors that will be filling the halls of the NEC will be bringing with them a number of amazing additions to the tech already available for waste and recycling professionals. Samsara, SmartDrive and PTV Groupwill be on hand to provide fleet managers with streamlined fleet management and haulage software, Green Edge Appswill be revealing a brand new app that will put producers of waste in touch with the correct channels to manage and dispose of the waste effectively and will also be flanked by the likes of Way to Ecoand Dsposal, creating a real smorgasbord of opportunities for visitors to educate themselves on the current tech and find the perfect solution for themselves.
RWM will be opening its doors in just under three weeks on the 12th and 13th September, be sure to get your ticket confirmed at rwmexhibtion.com and check out the full digital show guide to begin planning your agenda for the event!