Have you planned your visit to RWM2004 yet?

The Recycling and Waste Management exhibition is only 2 weeks away, with exhibitor numbers now at an all time high of 303, the largest number ever for RWM. The UK's leading dedicated event for the recycling & waste management industry, RWM is the chance to see the whole of the industry, all under one roof at the most central venue in the UK, the NEC, Birmingham 14-16 September 2004.

Two programmes of outdoor demonstrations provide visitors with the chance to see vehicles and large machinery in action. The vehicle demonstration area is a new feature for 2004, and Steve Crowhurst, exhibition director said: ‘We are really confident that this new feature will go down well with exhibitors and visitors alike. The RWM exhibition is the only industry event that can offer this unique feature. It is a major undertaking to provide this sort of opportunity within the NEC.’

The comprehensive seminar programme is booking fast, but there are still places available on all seminars at the moment. The three days have been themed to enable visitors to make the most of their visit to the show. Day 1 (Tuesday) will cover Materials Recycling, including presentations on the multi-materials challenge and quality issues in the paper market. Day 2 (Wednesday) is Local Authority day (sponsored by Verdant) and will cover issues on raising recycling awareness, data collection and analysis, and opportunities for WEEE recycling. Finally Day 3 (Thursday) will cover Legislation including the affect on driver training and monitoring for the waste management industry caused by the Driver Training Directive, plus a presentation on The Landfill Allowance trading scheme.

The Seminar Theatre is stand 130 at the show, and visitors can register for any of the sessions at the seminar registration desk if they have not had chance to book beforehand.

With more and more environmental legislation impacting on all businesses, RWM is the essential event for anyone affected by recycling and waste management issues. Registering for the show is quick and easy. Visitors can pre-register on the website at http://www.rwmexhibition.com and pick up their badge at the show entrance, or fill in a registration form on arrival at the NEC.

To see a full exhibitor list, seminar programme and feature information, visit http://www.rwmexhibition.com

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