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Date posted: 28th February 2018

We’re delighted to be returning to RWM in September this year!

Attracting over 500 exhibitors and over 20,000 visitors from the waste, recycling and environmental industries, it’s the country’s leading waste management event.

We’ll be exhibiting at the two-day event, at the NEC Birmingham, from Wednesday 12th – Thursday 13th September.

We’re on stand 4H32 in the Recyclers and Reprocessors Hall – you can’t miss us!

From there, members of our team will be on hand to discuss how we can take the hassle out of your pallet collections and supply.

We’ll also be advising how encouraging the government’s legislation of reuse over recycling and recovery can help those in the packaging waste sector to turn something formerly considered waste into an asset.

Although we don’t want to give too away much about our stand, we’ll give you a clue… you might see the return of our infamous remote-control forklift truck game!

The exhibition is the perfect place for collaboration and building a more resource efficient future.

This year’s event will feature six zones that represent the industries, these include:

  • Supply & Demand
  • Data Tech and Services
  • Energy from Waste
  • Machinery and Equipment
  • Handling and Logistics
  • Recyclers and Reprocessors

Since the acquisition of RWM by Prysm Group, the show will continue to partner with CIWM, alongside existing Prysm events including The Contamination Expo SeriesHazardous Waste ExpoLand Remediation Expo, and The Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo.

Are you heading to the exhibition? Tweet us @RPS_Limited!

We can’t wait to see you there.

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