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RWM is the UK's largest recycling and waste management exhibition, highlighting the cutting edge in technology and services for all recycling and waste needs. Running alongside Future Resource, The Contamination Series, Flood Expo and M&CCE, RWM represents the flagship show in the UK’s most comprehensive environmental event. With live demos of pioneering machinery and technology, seminars led by industry leaders and the chance to network with decision makers from multiple industries, RWM is the best event for not only recycling and waste professionals, but for professionals and local authorities dealing with high waste.
The Scottish Resources Conference is Scotland’s largest and most important event for sustainability, resource and waste management professionals. The two-day event, run in partnership with CIWM, Zero Waste Scotland and SEPA, sees professionals from private, public and third sector organisations come together to discuss the challenges, issues, innovations and solutions to creating a waste free Scotland.
We are pleased to announce that the date for the 2019 ESA Annual Lunch has been confirmed as 29 November 2019. Get the date in your diary now, as speaker confirmation and opening of booking will be announced soon.
If you have any enquiries, please do get in touch with us stating ‘ESA ANNUAL LUNCH ENQUIRY’ in your subject line.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The Energy from Waste (EfW) industry is a fundamental cog of a modern nations infrastructure and energy provision. Not only this, but the increasing move towards greener and sustainable regulations makes this an ever important focus for the energy and waste sectors alike. In respect of this importance, the Energy from Waste conference this year will look at the impact of energy regulations and government policy on the UK market; experiences from the UK EfW sector and specific projects; the financing future beyond PPP (Public-Private Partnerships) and PFI (Private-Finance Initiatives) in light of the reduction in funding and recent funding pullouts; the Energy from Waste projects in Europe and further afield and lessons from these experiences of mature markets and emerging markets; new opportunities through new technologies and feedstock availability; and the future outlook for the industry.