We are only 6 weeks away from the UK’s largest Recycling and Waste Management show, RWM Exhibition. And WasteAid are thrilled to announce we will be speaking at the event!
Mike Webster, our CEO, will hold a seminar focused on: Turtles vs child health – why does plastic waste matter? Within this seminar, Mike will touch on whether the public’s increased understanding of marine plastic pollution, helps or hinders the move towards a more sustainable way of managing waste globally?
Volunteer Coordinator Leanne Trow will share evidence gathered through the WasteAid Eyewitness Campaign. Her informative and visual presentation will discuss the experiences people have shared with WasteAid from places with no waste management.
Meet WasteAid at the RWM Exhibition, which returns to the NEC Birmingham on September 11th and 12th. Ticket registrations are open – get yours online here.
The seminar programme continues with keynote speakers from NASA, TerraCycle, Costa Coffee, Keep Britain Tidy, Procter & Gamble, and Clean Up Britain patron Jeremy Paxman. Visitors can also expect to see live demos of pioneering new technology as well as 500 industry leading businesses exhibit equipped with their finest solution led products and services.
To secure free visitor tickets for you and your colleagues, register online at rwmexhibition.com.
Visitors who register now will receive a free hardcopy of the official RWM 2019 showguide; complete with show highlights, keynote profiles, the full timetable, floorplan and exhibitor directory.
We hope to see you there in September!
The WasteAid photography exhibition will be on display at RWM, in partnership with CIWM.
Images on display will include entries to the 2019 Photography Competition “The Wonders of Waste”, plus some of the striking photos taken for the current UK Aid Match campaign in Douala, Cameroon.
To secure your free visitor tickets for you and your colleagues, please visit rwmexhibition.com.
RWM – Recycling & Waste Management Expo
Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th September 2019
10am – 5pm
The NEC, Birmingham, B40 1NT