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RWM in Partnership With CIWM 2011- NEC, Birmingham, UK – 13-15 September 2011

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RWM in Partnership With CIWM 2011- NEC, Birmingham, UK – 13-15 September 2011

RWM in Partnership With CIWM 2011- NEC, Birmingham, UK – 13-15 September 2011
July 06
14:41 2011

Combining two leading events, RWM in partnership with CIWM is the new leading exhibition for environmental technology, recycling and waste management. It is an ideal event for the food, drink and retail professionals to find the right products and services to cut costs and improve environmental performance. Register at www.rwmexhibition.com.

Between 13-15 September 2011 at the NEC Birmingham, RWM in partnership with CIWM will represent the waste management industry’s premier event following the merger of the Futuresource and RWM exhibitions in December 2010 in response to industry-wide demand.

RWM in partnership with CIWM attracts over 650 exhibitors. The event covers the following product/service areas within the industry: specialist recycling; services and solutions; energy and water; machinery and equipment; vehicles and plant, and banks, bins and containers.

It is targeted at professionals within both public and private sectors, including: senior management decision makers (including managing directors, chief executive officers and chief operating officers); heads of recycling/waste; environmental managers; recycling managers; commercial waste managers; plant managers; transport managers; facilities managers, and consultants.

CIWM is the lead professional body for the sustainable resources and waste management sector representing over 7000 individuals in the UK and overseas. Established in 1898, CIWM is non profit-making and dedicated to promotion of professional competence – both in and around the sector – through best practice guidance, developing educational and training initiatives, and providing information on key waste-related issues. See www.ciwm.co.uk.

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