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RWM 2023 - leading event for waste, recycling and resource professionals
Trade Shows & Conferences
The Resource & Waste Management Expo (RWM) is a UK premier event for professionals working in the recycling, resource, waste, and broader environmental services industry. Formerly known as RWM & Letsrecycle Live, RWM offers a platform to connect with like-minded professionals, learn about the latest industry trends, and drive positive environmental change through sustainable resource management.
EVO Spill Kits from First Mats
Spill Control & Clean Up
EVO Spill Kits Now Available From First Mats, Enhancing Workplace Safety and Environmental Responsibility
First Mats, a renowned Birmingham-based company specialising in industrial and commercial floor matting, has added an innovative range of Oil Spill Kits to its product line. By doing so, First Mats expands its commitment to floor-level safety and environmental responsibility. At the forefront of the range, the Eco-Friendly EVO Spill Kits provide the perfect balance between sustainability and high performance.
The latest Case Study Collection from Environment Times can be viewed as a digital copy, and we will also be giving out copies at the forthcoming RWM and EMEX trade exhibitions from our stands. It's full of news and information about those working to make our world more sustainable in a practical and commercial way.
Scotch whisky maker Chivas Brothers has made the expertise and learnings from its successful integration of enhanced heat recovery technologies 'open source'. The move was made after the application of the technology at its Glentauchers site showed significant benefit in carbon emissions reduction, providing insights that will benefit the industry at large if adopted at other suitable distillation sites.
A project in East England is set to transform a range of wastes, including difficult ones, into an energy source using a system run on solar power.
The North Portsea Coastal Scheme's fourth phase is underway and involves a bespoke concrete solution developed by Aggregate Industries, and undertaken by Mackley Civil Engineering, featuring an 'ecoformliner' texture which will help to nurture a marine life ecosystem in the wall's holes and grooves.
Air quality company EarthSense is developing a digital twin of Hatfield Business Park, a mixed-use business park populated by small companies, to drive behavioural change for cleaner air by tackling nitrogen oxides and particulates by 2030.
A Norfolk agricultural enterprise, which employs regenerative techniques on its Ribena blackcurrant farm, is involved in a research project to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and boost soil microbiology from the growing of its soft fruit.
Ecover has unveiled two cleaning products, a multi-surface and a toilet cleaner, to showcase how the cleaning industry can use food waste to reduce its carbon emissions.
Offshore shellfish and seaweed farming have the highest growth forecast in the EU. However, the ropes used in their cultivation are made from conventional fossil-based plastics, which can potentially contribute to the generation of plastic waste and marine litter and have a negative impact on the marine environment if not properly managed.
Newly-built wetlands next to Somerset's Durleigh Reservoir are slashing pollution and achieving biodiversity and water quality improvements as Wessex Water attempts to find nature-based solutions to tackle environmental challenges.
In 2022, Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) generated over 236,000 kWh total energy through its network of solar panels at Denmark Hill Station and Streatham Hill Depot. In addition, it is estimated that Blackfriars Station alone produced 900,000 kWh energy last year, a grand total of 1.1 million kWh.