Making sense of SustainabilityLive! – the shows at a glance
Four shows in one - but what do they all cover? A quick glance at the guide below makes it crystal clear.
ET&ES is the UK’s largest gathering of suppliers and buyers in the environment industry.
ET is the UK’s premier multi-disciplinary event for environmental professionals. It is the ultimate event for those looking to upgrade, install and maintain the products that manage their impact on the environment. The show will draw buyers and specifiers in all areas of manufacturing, waste energy, and water industries as well as central and local government decision makers.
ES is an event for professionals looking to source environmental service providers. Whatever your sector, environmental management systems and training can ensure your business operates in the most effective way, generating significant return for your triple bottom line.
The UK’s national event for the discussion and debate of local authorities, property developers, consultants and suppliers of remediation and technology services.
Brownfield Expo is aimed at land users, major contractors, local authorities and environmental consultants to service the rapidly growing market in brownfield development including land remediation. Brownfield Expo, formerly ICU, has been renamed following industry research and consultation. We believe the name gives a better representation of what the event is and to move it move forward.
NEMEX is the UK’s longest running and largest exhibition and networking event for the energy and renewables industries.
Delivering all aspects of energy management and efficiency and renewable solutions and bringing together key suppliers and buyers at the UK’s largest national forum for sustainable business.
NEMEX is the event for all purchasers and specifiers of energy efficiency products, renewable technologies, metering controls, wind power and building management systems.
IWEX 2008 is the UK’s largest event for water and wastewater professionals.
IWEX is the largest national event for the water and wastewater industry and part of Sustainabilitylive!, the UK’s most comprehensive forum for excellence and innovation in the water, environment, energy and land sectors.