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Future Resource Expo
12th September 2018 - 13th September 2018
Prysm Media Group has a developed an amazing reputation to upgrade their shows year on year, and after acquiring RWM in the new year have instantly looked into ways they can upgrade and develop the massive and recognised waste management event. This culminates in the introduction of Future Resource Expo, an upgrade from the previously named Supply and Demand Zone and a spotlight on a rapidly developing, changing, and influential industry. Registration is now open and tickets are free for those who wish to attend!
Future Resource will shine an exclusive spotlight on the energy industry, and will look closer at the growing need for renewable, clean energy and the avenues we can go down in order to achieve these goals. The event will be broken down into five key sectors to make sure visitors can easily plan what they need from the event. The five sectors covered will be water, solar, biofuel, wind and energy efficiency, making sure to cover the whole industry and remain relevant for the widest array of visitors.
Each sector will come fully equipped with exhibitors bringing with them the latest and greatest in solution led products and services. Already confirmed to be exhibiting at Future Resource this year will be Amber Energy, Orsted, Veolia, The Renewable Energy Association, Forest Carbon, Aqualogic, WRc, Etatron, Anua Clean Air, Biomass Energy and Mid UK Recycling. Every exhibitor will also have the chance to be nominated for the Green Apple Future Resource Innovation Award that will be awarded by The Green Organisation, one of the many massively influential partners Future Resource has in its corner. Alongside The Green Organisation, the Major Energy Users Council, Sustainable Energy Association and the Future Water Association have also showed their support to the event and partnered with Future Resource.
Future Resource will come boasting a dedicated seminar theater as well, giving visitors the chance to learn from individuals who are spearheading the industry. Seminars include Helen Troup of Carbon Smart who will be discussing the options available, and indeed the possible benefits, for businesses looking to develop their own renewable energy projects as well as Lesley Rudd of the Sustainable Energy Association who will take a deep look into the 2050 emissions target and how Britain can best work to achieve this goal.
Future Resource will be landing at Birmingham’s NEC on the 12 and 13 of September as it runs alongside RWM. There is still much more to be announced in the pipeline for Future Resource, making the reasons not to register for a free ticket really thin. If you do want to exhibit at Future Resource, then be sure to quote the discount code FutureWater18 when calling to enquire about stands and the sales team will be able to help you out. If you want to enquire about exhibiting please get in contact with Nick Woore at email@example.com or 0117 929 6083.
Tickets are freely available from www.futureresourceexpo.com