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RWM 2018

Activate your e-ticket for RWM

In just 16 days on 12th and 13th of September, the NEC Birmingham will host UK's largest and most anticipated waste management & recycling event, RWM. Environment Times are a partner and exhibitor of the show and you will be able to find them there on stand 4A140.

To have access to everything RWM has to offer this year, please click here or on the e-ticket below. To see reasons to attend, keep on reading.

rwm e-ticket mainRWM is filled with 12,000 waste management & recycling senior decision makers, and there is a line-up of the UK's key industry players: Suez, Biffa, Viridor, Veolia, Waste O'Donovan, WRAP and special appearances from Google Digital Garage, Coca-Cola European Partners and Marks & Spencers.

Whether it's attending any of the 50-panel sessions, 350 expert-led presentations, making your way to the Google Digital Garage seminars in the Business Growth Theatre, having a cup of coffee in the Viridor Networking Area, getting involved in the Deposit & Refund Scheme, checking out the Machinery Simulator zone or just having a chat with the 500+ exhibitors, this year's edition has it all to help you scale your business to the next level.

Just remember, there are only 16 days left, so register for your free ticket now. See you in Birmingham!

REGISTER FOR YOUR FREE TICKET HERE