Only a few weeks left to register your place at IWWE and IRWM 2004
15 October 2004, News release from Faversham House Group
The time is fast approaching for industry professionals to gather at Ireland's largest event for water, wastewater, recycling, waste management and the environment. Doors will open at 10am sharp on 10 and 11 November at the RDS in Dublin, giving visitor's access to over 250 leading suppliers showcasing the latest innovative solutions.
Visitors can see over 16 new product/services launches not to mention numerous demonstration, competitions, giveaways and onsite discounts!
Attendance at one of the many seminars and debates is also a must, to ensure time out of the office is well spent. TalkBack this year is entitled 'Waste: an Irish solution for an Irish problem' and an expert panel under John Bowman's chairmanship will answers your questions about one of the greatest challenges facing the Irish environment. Confirmed panellists to date include Dr Padraic Larkin, Deputy Director General of the EPA and Director of Licenscing and Guidance; Trevor Sargent, T.D., Green Party Leader; Donal Buckley, Head of the Environment Unit, IBEC and Jim Devlin IFA Secretary to the Farm Business and Industrial Committee.
Sustainable Energy Ireland's Renewable Energy Office, are also on hand to deliver two eagerly awaited seminars on 'Energy from Fresh Air' (EFFA) and 'Biomass Energy'. The EFFA seminar delivers top speakers from around the world including Spain, France and the USA who will address topics including the Revised wind farm planning guide lines; Landscape considerations and Alternative PPA contracts for wind farms. Whilst the Biomass Seminar, will cover hot topics such as Biofuels; Anaerobic Digestion and Landfill Biogas. Booking is essential for both these seminars - visit http://www.sei.ie/reio/reioconfshop.html to see the full low down, times, prices or to book your place.
Other seminars on offer are free of charge. The Environmental Protection Agency will deliver two updates on Licensing and Recovery of C&D/Soils Waste and its Re-use. Exhibitors also offer up their knowledge on latest innovative solutions such as 'Cost-effective treatment of poor quality surface water sources to potable standards to 'Building successful composting facilities' and 'Are you prepared for the revision of ISO14001 - environmental management systems?'. Visitors can choose from 12 free hard-hitting exhibitor seminars over the two days.
Whatever your needs, whether it be to source the latest technologies in wastewater treatment, hear the latest updates on legislation, optimise your process efficiency, voice your opinions on the state of Ireland's waste management problems or just to network with your peers then you need to clear your diaries and hit the RDS for this two day event.
Advanced registration for both the exhibition and seminars is recommended and qualifies visitors to receive their badges beforehand to allow fast track entry as well as a reduced train fare and 'at-show' lunch vouchers. Visit www.environment-ireland.com or call 01 284 5878 for advanced registration until 12.00 on 5/11/04. After this time, visitors are requested to come along and register onsite.
For further information please email Faversham House Group