On the 12 and 13 September, RWM will fill the halls of Birmingham's NEC with innovative and insightful companies and professionals working towards solving global waste issues. Simply register for your free tickets via rwmexhibtion.com .
This year will see the plastics debate given the spotlight it needs. In the Innovation Theatre Adrian Griffiths will lead a seminar discussing the groundbreaking chemical recycling technologies that could be the solution to the deeper issues created by China refusing the import of outside waste. Given the plastic waste problems are far from being as black and white as we might think, James Lee of Cromwell Polythene will be discussing how we can change our perspective on plastics and how they can benefit the environment when used responsibly and effectively. Having these differing approaches will make sure RWM explores every solution avenue available and leaves no stone unturned.
Alongside this, RWM will be running its own deposit and refund scheme in order to cut its own waste as much as possible, whilst also being a live example of how effective these schemes can be. Being organised by Eunomia, simply visiting their stand is all required to get a reusable coffee cup and not only benefit from discounted hot drinks throughout the event but also to keep the conscience clear and help reduce single use waste.