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RWM 2019, the UK’s largest trade show for recycling and waste management, returns on 11 and 12 September to the NEC Birmingham.

Alongside an illustrious speaker lineup, including Clean Up Britain patron Jeremy Paxman, this year is set to be bigger than ever with the launch of new features like a dedicated Waste Tech Theatre, the AI & Robotics Zone, the evolution of the Zero Emissions Zone, and the return of Materials World.

Ecosurety will be featuring in the event as part of the exclusive speaker line-up. CEO James Piper will be taking part in a panel discussion whilst head of policy, Robbie Staniforth, will be presenting a 30 minute talk including a Q&A session.

Who is it for?

As the biggest and most comprehensive event of its kind, it will be relevant to all Ecosurety members and stakeholders of the compliance, recycling and waste industry, including producers, recyclers, sustainability specialists, innovators and local authorities. We hope you can join us there!

What will I learn?

With 500 exhibitors, 350 seminars and 22,000 visitors, the event provides the best opportunity to experience the latest technology, thought leadership and unrivalled networking opportunities, all in one room.

Dates Times Venue Registration Link
11/09/2019 11/09 - 12/09 - All day NEC Birmingham Book now


Useful links

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The UK Plastics Pact is an innovative and collaborative group that has come together to help create a circular economy for plastics.


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