et2003 to host environmental information zones for industry

NEWS RELEASE: et2003, the UK’s premier environmental technology and management services exhibition, will feature sector specific Information Zones offering free, expert guidance on environmental issues affecting UK industry, at the NEC from 8-10 April 2003.

The Information Zones – Air, Water, Energy, Waste and Environmental Management – will house walk in clinics where visitors can obtain one-to-one advice, information and solutions to difficulties facing business today working practices and environmental topics.

In addition, the et2003 Information Zone offers free seminars on a broad range of environmental topics to include: Monitoring Technology, Gas Detection, the ISO14000 series, the Climate Change Levy, the Energy Policy, Sustainable Development, and the Water Framework Directive. Other topics are to be confirmed.

The Information Zones will be hosted by:

  • Source Testing Association (STA) and the Council of Gas Detection and Environmental Management (CoGDEM) – AIR ZONE
  • Institution of Water Officers (IWO) – WATER ZONE
  • Institute of Energy (InstE) – ENERGY ZONE
  • Environmental Services Association (ESA) and the Chartered Institute of Wastes Management (CIWM) – WASTE ZONE
  • Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) – ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ZONE

Talkback at et2003

Talkback is a ‘BBC Question Time’ style debate and takes place at the NEC at 11am on 8 April. This year the discussion subject for Talkback at et2003 is Business and the Environment – What works best, the carrot or the stick? Once again it will be chaired by Peter Hobday, former host of Radio 4’s Today programme. Panelists to date include Michael Meacher, Baroness Barbara Young and Stephen Tindale.

et2003 and ICU

et2003 is the UK’s largest full spectrum environmental technology and management services exhibition with a predicted 150 plus exhibitors. et is well established and well attended and is now in its 12th year.

Faversham House Group (FHG) took over ICU (International Clean Up) this year and for the first time the exhibition will be co-located with et2003 at Birmingham’s NEC. ICU is the only UK event to focus on contaminated land issues, emergency response and pollution clean up.

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