The Recycling Association will once again be exhibiting at RWM.
This year we are asking visitors to think long and hard about what they are doing to improve the quality of their recovered materials. To help ensure they’re maximising the opportunities to improve, members should stop by our stand (4F70) where we’ll explain how we can help them.
We’d also be interested to hear from members about the challenges they are facing with both suppliers and end markets. It’s important we understand fully what’s happening in all areas so that we can make government and other bodies and partners aware.
The exhibition will also be a chance for members to review this year’s Quality First Report, explaining what our high-profile campaign has achieved, and what to expect in the upcoming months.
This year Simon has been asked to take part in three panel debates, the details of which are below:
11.45am, Wednesday 12th, Local Authority Theatre: Markets for Recyclate Quality
11.45am, Thursday 13th, Packaging Theatre: Are Plastics The Problem?
14.45pm, Thursday13th, Local Authorty Theatre: Improving Recyclate Quality
One point to note: the exhibition is only running for two days this year on Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th September.
All the details you need, including online ticket registration, can be found at: http://www.rwmexhibition.com/