RWM Preview: Education top of agenda for UNTHA UK's first RWM
29 August 2012, News release from UNTHA UK
UNTHA UK - the country's leading supplier of innovative shredding technology and waste management expertise - is set to take the 2012 RWM with CIWM exhibition by storm.
Focusing on education for this major event, UNTHA UK's team of experts will be advising delegates as to how they can reduce their operational costs, increase their environmental agenda, and even generate an additional revenue stream from their waste.
With four of UNTHA's most popular machines on stand H39-G38, plus a 10- strong team of waste shredding experts, RWM visitors will have unparalleled access to the country's leading technology and knowledge.
Managing director Chris Oldfield explains: "On the stand this year we'll have the RS100 which has excelled this year in the field of confidential waste destruction; the flexible RS30 which - along with its sister-model the RS40 - has particularly stolen the limelight in the food waste and anaerobic digestion arena; the exciting new LRK series for plastics shredding; and the highly-acclaimed TR for the Waste to Energy market.
"UNTHA is renowned as a provider of value-adding shredding solutions for a range of waste applications, so when UNTHA UK was formed we made the conscious decision to employ some of the most experienced and intelligent waste and engineering experts in the country. As a result delegates appreciate that they don't come to our stand to be sold to - they come to learn. This educational model has proven very effective for us so far and we look forward to bringing it our first RWM as UNTHA UK."
With one of the largest stands on the show, UNTHA UK will also provide networking opportunities and the chance for delegates to digest project videos, case studies and ROI calculations, and enjoy an Austrian beer or a local pork pie within their refreshment area.
UNTHA UK's alternative fuel production expert Marcus Brew will be taking a short break from the stand on the final day of the show, when he is set to deliver a free authoritative seminar - Five Steps to Running a Successful SRF plant - in the Energy from Waste theatre.
Chris concludes: "With such an extensive client base and the prestigious career history within our team, we have amassed a great deal of engineering insight that we are committed to sharing with the wider industry. The RWM exhibition is a great platform upon which we can do this."
For further information please email UNTHA UK