RWM to Bring Glastonbury Festival Spirit to the NEC

With 9 weeks to go until the UK’s largest Recycling and Waste Management show, the festival spirit is set to remain at RWM this year, thanks to the announcement of their latest keynote speaker – Andy Willcott. 

While Glastonbury Festival may have come to an end; the festival spirit is set to continue at RWM with a seminar from Andy Willcott.

Andy is the Director of Critical Waste, who has worked closely with Glastonbury Festival since 2008 and have ensured Glastonbury do everything they can to mitigate their environmental impact. Andy’s seminar will look at the waste management of a temporary city, including its challenges and the successes which have allowed for a consistent 50% recycling rate.

You can catch Andy’s seminar on Day 1 of this year’s RWM Exhibition, which returns to the NEC Birmingham on September 11th and 12th for two action-packed days. You can secure your free ticket online here.

This year’s huge seminar programme continues with keynote speakers from NASA, TerraCycle, and Clean Up Britain patron Jeremy Paxman. Visitors can also expect to see live demos of pioneering new technology as well as hundreds of market-leading companies coming equipped with their finest solution led products and services.

This year is set to be bigger than ever with the launch of new features like the AI & Robotics Zone, the evolution of the Zero Emissions Zone, a dedicated Waste Tech Theatre, and the return of Materials World.

Since changing owners at the start of 2018, RWM has grown to attract over 12,000 visitors, including the industry’s most influential names and organisations. With professionals from across the sector and beyond in attendance, it is a valuable knowledge-sharing opportunity, not to mention there are unique collaboration and networking opportunities.

RWM is an essential event for any professionals dealing with recycling and waste management. If you want to register for free visitor tickets for you and your colleagues, please visit rwmexhibition.com.

We hope to see you there in September!


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