Environmental industries gear up for get together
The UK's largest trade show for environmental professionals returns to Birmingham next week offering a host of networking opportunities, the chance to catch up on the latest technological developments and myriad speakers hosting seminars and workshops on a huge range of subjects relating to the sector.
For the first time this year, a family of familiar shows will gather at the NEC under the shared banner of SustainabilityLive!
Environmental Technology (ET) and Environmental Services (ES), International Clean Up (ICU), the National Energy Management Exhibition (NEMEX) and the International Water Exhibition (IWEX) will all be taking place under one roof from Tuesday, May 1 through to Thursday, May 3.
Each of the shows looks at a different key area of the industry, offering a broad range of events and opportunities as well as the chance to pick up specialist knowledge to give that edge in the workplace.
Mammoth trade show meets in-depth conference, the three day event provides a chance to network, meet new contacts, close deals and see what the competition is up to, as well as learning about the latest industrial and legislative developments likely to drive your sector in the future.
Over 250 exhibitors and dozens or seminars will leave delegates spoilt for choice.
Edie News will be providing up-to-the-minute coverage of the shows, with reporters on site for the full three days.
Updates will be accessible on edie’s SustainabilityLive! Microsite as the news breaks and we will also be producing roundups during and shortly after the shows which will be sent to attendees and subscribers.
There will also be an edie stand at the show, so come to meet us face to face and share your views on the website and the services we provide.
More details on the exhibitions can be found on the SustainabilityLive! Homesite.
Look forward to seeing you there!
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