Sustainabilitylive! 2009 extends call for papers

It is one of the biggest events on the environmental calendar - and now Sustainabilitylive! is giving you the chance to be a part of next year's event.

Shadow environment secretary Peter Ainsworth was among the speakers in 2008

Shadow environment secretary Peter Ainsworth was among the speakers in 2008

Event organiser Faversham House Group has extended its call for papers for its 2009 seminar and conference programme.

Sustainabilitylive! 2008, held at Birmingham's NEC, was attended by more than 8,000 people this year and featured more than 450 exhibitors.

Its packed seminar and conference programme included top level politicians such as shadow environment secretary Peter Ainsworth, and a wealth of industry experts and analysts.

The call for papers has been extended for the International Water & Effluent Exhibition (IWEX), National Energy Management Exhibition (NEMEX), Environmental Technology (ET), and Brownfield Expo (BEX) - all of which make up Sustainabilitylive! 2009.

The three-day event will also feature a new section next year, Sustainable Business - The Event, when it takes place at Birmingham NEC from May 19 to 21.

For entry to the 2009 seminar programme, synopses should be submitted by Friday, November 28, 2008, via the Seminar and Events section of the Sustainabilitylive! website

For more information contact Rachel Croshaw, conference producer, on 020 8651 7069 or

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