London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 08, 2009 -- The Recycling & Waste Management Exhibition (RWM) (http://www.rwmexhibition.com ) is opening next week at the NEC, Birmingham over the 15th â 17th September. RWM is the leading event in its field, and attracts over 9000 visitors, 500 exhibitors and more than 30 hours of free seminars around the topic recycling and waste management.
The show has generated a significant following, and visitors come from any business that is involved in recycling and waste management, such as waste management companies, local authorities, materials recycling facilities, hotel/catering, manufacturing, logistics, mining/quarrying, wholesale/retail, construction, packaging, health and education.
You can follow latest event activity on the show on the Twitter account â ([http://www.twitter.com/rwmexhibition] ), or join the Linkedin group on the main web site to network with other attendees.
Jeremy Jacobs, Association for Organics Recycling, Acting Chief Executive comments on the event; âThis show was one of the most comprehensive waste management shows that I have attended in recent years. With in excess of 500 trade exhibition stands covering three halls, there was something there for everyoneâ¦â
RWM 2009 offers free seminars, across three seminar theatres, featuring over 35 industry leading speakers, including:
â¢ Ms Mandy Keepax, Marks & Spencer, Head of Facilities Management â¢ Mr Philip Simpson, PDM Group, Commercial Director â¢ Dr Adam Read, AEA, Practice Manager - Waste Management & Resource Efficiency â¢ Mrs Helen Bird, BREW Centre for Local Authorities, National Coordinator â¢ Mr Stephen Wielebski, Miller Homes, Divisional Development Director â¢ Mr Tim Price, Severnside, Acquisitions & Communications Manager â¢ Mr Bob McIntyre, Environment Agency, National Technical Advisor on Hazardous Waste This yearâs show introduces new features, including an Energy and Water Theatre, Korean Business Pavillion, JCB Visitor Lounge, Live Recycling and an outdoor exhibitor feature area.
Attendance of the exhibition is free, and delegates can register online http://www.rwmexhibition.com or via their telephone booking hotline +44 (0) 845 017 6047