RWM and Letsrecycle Live Come Together
A collaboration of UK events for resource and waste management.
Following the acquisition of Environment Media Group and Letsrecycle Live in September 2021, ROAR B2B are excited to present a combined event for the recycling, resource and waste management sectors.
Bringing together the best of both shows, RWM, in partnership with the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management, and Letsrecycle Live will run side by side on 14-15 September 2022. They will welcome 10,000+ visitors with the opportunity to see live demonstrations of vehicles and machinery, engage with 300+ expert speakers across 100 CPD sessions, participate in a range of exclusive free to attend networking events, and enjoy the buzz and festival atmosphere of the on-site pub, street food market and live music.
All of this, and more, will be packed into two extraordinary days spread across indoor halls and an added 10,000 m2 of outdoor exhibition space, organised in partnership with the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management.
Live demonstrations of equipment and vehicles
With innovation at the heart of the exhibition, the revamped layout provides space for ground-breaking suppliers to showcase their solutions in a live working environment. This year, the event welcomes the likes of Blue Group, Doyle Machinery and Air Spectrum who will be processing material and running their kit in the Live Demonstration Area.
Visitors will also be able to see the newest electric and low emission vehicles on the market helping to reach net-zero targets in the Trucks in Action and Street Cleaning Demonstration Area. Participants in 2022 include Scarab Sweepers and Aebi Schmidt. Sweepers will be seen in addition to skip and hook loaders, tippers and other refuse collection vehicles which serve as the workhorses of the waste and recycling sector.
Revamped speaker programme
Focussing on future themes, the nine conference theatres will provide more than 100 hours of CPD accredited content for local authorities, waste management businesses, independent operators, reprocessors, waste producers, manufacturers and suppliers.
Addressing key topics such as delivery of the Resources and Waste Strategy, the transition to net-zero and the future generation, hear from leaders driving change in the waste and resource industry. Sessions will also cover practical topics for local authorities alongside, key skill masterclasses in areas such as digital marketing, business growth and leadership.
Attention will also be given to each material stream within the circular economy with dedicated sessions for businesses working with; metals, plastic, paper, wood, textiles, WEEE, glass, tyres, organics and food.
Social & Networking Events
RWM and Letsrecycle Live are more than just exhibitions. Join what is the Festival of the Waste and Recycling Industry and take part in a host of exclusive, free to attend networking events.
Events include; the Women and Diversity in Resource Management Breakfast Meeting, Rising Star Networking Meeting, Fox’s Lair Product Pitch, Innovation Awards, Health & Safety Workshops and more.
This year also sees the return of the Local Authority Lounge, allowing visitors to network with colleagues and discuss challenges and innovative schemes being implemented in their local areas and beyond.
The shows are also about recognising success and the Innovation Awards reward achievements and developments in the UK’s expanding waste, recycling and sustainability industry and feature a wide range of categories for local authorities, waste management businesses, reprocessors and suppliers.
Of course, the exhibition wouldn’t be complete without the infamous Inn on the Green pub and the WasteCare networking which features incredible pieces of 100% recycled waste art.
Part of the UK’s largest environmental event
RWM and Letsrecycle Live are free to attend and form part of the UK’s largest environmental event, running alongside the Flood Expo, and Contamination & Geotech Expo
The combined event is the place to meet and do business with manufacturers, producers, local authorities, waste management businesses, environment professionals, suppliers and much more.