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RWM set to begin tomorrow


Tomorrow will see the opening of the RWM in partnership with CIWM exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham.

Running from Tuesday to Thursday, RWM is expected to feature over 750 exhibitors and attract more than 13,000 visitors over the three days.

Speakers including former M&S chief executive and current Ocado chairman Sir Stuart Rose, Communities Secretary Eric Pickles and a video address from Resources Minister Dan Rogerson are the highlights of a stellar seminar programme.

New for this year is the Circular Economy Connect zone that is a dedicated networking area.

RWM takes place in halls 4&5 and the outdoor area at the NEC in Birmingham from 16-18 September.



Featured exhibitors

Prodware Prodware – stand 4F106-G107

Global leading IT solutions provider for the recycling and waste industry, Prodware will feature a ‘cool wall’ where it will ask visitors to choose their Top 10 Drivers for Recycling Change. Over the last ten working days, Prodware and Resource Efficient Business have run an article each day looking at what will influence the market over the coming years. Visit the Prodware stand to discuss the issues and find out more about the company. Click here to view all ten articles.



Untha XR RDF shredderUntha – stand 5R20-S21

The new XR RDF shredder from Untha will be making its UK debut at RWM this year. Announced in May, it will be the first time that UK professionals will be able to see the technology. It is the first shredder to be designed and manufactured in UNTHA’s new innovation centre in Kuchl, Austria. The XR has been purposefully designed to increase operator’s profitability and thanks to the UNTHA Eco Drive technology, promises to reduce energy consumption by up to 50 per cent. This could save in excess of £500,000 in electricity costs alone in less than five years.

UNTHA UK managing director Chris Oldfield said: “With this RDF shredder, which is also suitable for untreated bulky waste shredding, we can offer throughput, flexibility, precision, uptime, energy-efficiency, cost savings and noise minimisation, that customers don’t even think possible.”