IWWE and IRWM 10-11 November 2004
Delivering straight talking solutions for a complicated market
Main Hall – Irish Water, Waste & Environment 2004
Industries Hall – Irish Recycling & Waste Management 2004
Dates and times:
Wednesday 10 November 2004 : 10am – 5pm
Thursday 11 November 2004: 10am – 4.30pm
Admission to the show is FREE
As Ireland continues to tackle its environmental issues head on, the need for cost-effective products and services is ever more apparent, as is the reason that IWWE and IRWM should be a date in every environmental professional’s diary.
In the recently published EPA Annual report, key findings included the urgent need to update and implement the regional waste management plans; that 8.5% of drinking water supplied from group water schemes (impacting 12,325 households) is below acceptable quality standards; and that waste generation is outstripping recycling efforts.
What is IWWE and IRWM?
IWWE and IRWM provide a unique opportunity for both private and public sector professionals to come together, see the latest technologies in action, get free advice and information from over 200 leading industry suppliers, and ask the questions and procure the services they need to meet their environmental targets.
Mr. Martin Cullen T.D., Minister for Environment, Heritage and Local Government will also be delivering a short speech to officially open the IWWE & IRWM exhibitions on 10 November, and other key speakers will include Dr Padraic Larkin, Deputy Director General of the EPA and Director of Licenscing and Guidance, Trevor Sargent, TD, Green Party Leader and Donal Buckley, Head of the Environment Unit, IBEC.
Who should attend the conference?
Anybody responsible for water, waste, recycling, energy and environmental issues within their company or organisation cannot afford to miss this event, so register now to make sure you don’t miss out!
Key attractions include: New products from both Irish and UK suppliers; New services; Free entry; Advice and inspiration; Product demonstrations; Exhibitor presentations; TalkBack debate; Wind and Biomass Energy seminars delivered by Sustainable Energy Ireland’ Renewable Energy Informational Office; EPA updates and a chance to talk to them direct; Networking opportunities; Crossover to the co-located Highways, Traffic & Transport Management 2004, Civilex, Sign Ireland and Digital Expo Ireland, with many areas of interest to IRWM visitors.
To register in advance and qualify for a free lunch at the show you can register online or call the ticket hotline on 01 284 5878. Visitors can also register on the day. Alternatively, if you are interested in exhibiting at any of these events please call +44 (0)20 8651 7100 stating the exhibition you are interested in.
For more information please visit: environment-ireland.com.
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