RWM - Recycling & Waste Management Expo 2018

In Partntership with CIWM - ISWA UK National Member

September 12-13

NEC Birmingham

31 Jul 2018 -

With ISWA National Member CIWM as the main conference partner, and under new management of the PRYSM Group this year, RWM Exhibition has developed into a hub of innovation and opportunity for the waste industry, and is set to be the biggest and best year for the RWM yet.


The Keynote Theatre will be the key platform for a selection of the most pioneering individuals at the top of the waste industry. With panel topics like the Industries Perspective on Infrastructure Assessment and a discussion into the use of Deposit and Refund schemes featuring representatives from companies such as CIWM, Eunomia and Suez. This will be a unique opportunity to catch these professionals in the same room discussing topics that are having present day effects, not only on the industry but our communities as well.


One of the most pressing issues on the tip of everyone’s tongue is the over use of plastics, and as such CIWM joins the panel session on whether plastics are the problem, or it is just our use of them, or lack thereof, where the real issue lies. Alongside Helen Skelton from ITV, this panel will be an insightful debate giving a fresh perspective on an old problem.


At the Waste Matters Theatre, sponsored by Dsposal, Professor David Wilson, the President of CIWM, will be leading a seminar looking into the need for a broader shared responsibility when it comes to the production and solutions to our waste problems. Being selected by CIWM, this discussion will be a true highlight of the event.


The content available throughout the RWM event via the panels, seminars, and exhibitors is unrivalled within the UK. With exhibitors such as JCB, Mercedes, Department of International Trade, Northern Power & Gas and Veolia all attending, RWM will have everything visitors need to learn about the changes in industry and how they can capitalise on these.


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