For over 39 years, International Labmate the organiser of AQE Show has been providing manufacturers of environmental, laboratory & petro chemical equipment with ideal platforms to market their products.
Covering different geographical regions, the journals provide all the latest environmental, laboratory & petro chemical product news coupled with business news and in-depth technical articles which aim to problem solve and address key issues at the forefront of the industry.
In 2002 the company launched Mcerts Air Monitoring events with the Source Testing Assoication (STA). Now we also run and organise other specialist conference and exhibitions such as CEM (International Conference and exhibition on Emissions Monitoring), WWEM (The Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring Show), ICMGP 2013 (11th International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant).
Visitors to AQE 2013, the Air Quality and Emissions show (formerly 'MCERTS') taking place in Telford, UK, 13th/14th March, can now register for free at www.aqeshow.com .
Previous events were known as 'MCERTS' because they addressed industrial emissions to air, but the focus of AQE 2013 ( www.AQEshow.com ) has been expanded to incorporate all aspects of air quality, including ambient monitoring.
Pre-registered visitors will receive free parking, refreshments and lunch, in addition to complimentary access to all Workshops and the International Exhibition. Non-registered visitors will be charged £20/day.
Two optional conferences (ambient air quality monitoring and industrial emissions to air) will take place during the event - the cost for these will be £55 per day or £100 for both days.
The event's exhibition will feature the majority of the world's leading organisations in air quality and emissions monitoring products and services, and visitors will have free access to over 50 walk-in/walk-out workshops.
Visitors to AQE 2013 are likely to come from a wide variety of sectors including central government, local authorities, industrial process operators, test houses, consultants, researchers, academics, instrument manufacturers, the media and anyone with a professional interest in air quality.