Northern Ireland & Ireland sees inaugural waste management showcase

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The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (NI) is launching its 2017 Conference and Exhibition to the Eikon Exhibition Centre, Balmoral Park, Sprucefield in Northern Ireland.

According to Tony Law, chair of CIWM NI: "This event is unique as for the first time, CIWM’s Northern Ireland Centre, is combining its annual conference with a 5,000m2 exhibition, bringing together technologies, machinery, experts, decision makers from across Europe. This event will be the primary place on the island of Ireland for resource management, energy and waste sector professionals."

The one day, FREE event, will take place on Wednesday, March 29 in Lisburn’s Eikon Exhibition Centre. It will showcase the latest equipment and vehicles from the industry and bring visitors up to date on everything from recycling and re-use, winter maintenance, street sweeping, waste collection and treatment, as well as insider information about the newest industry regulations.

Over 100 exhibitors are expected to be on hand to tell visitors all about the industry’s latest products, news and vehicles. In the adjoining conference theatres, delegates will be able to enjoy a range of lectures on topical and current issues affecting both the public and private sectors.

Taking a stroll down memory lane, delegates will also have the opportunity to see a display of vintage waste management vehicles from 1922 until 1980.

Industry experts will be delivering presentations covering topics such as the impact of Brexit; the hazardous and food waste regulations; the environmental costs of waste crime; the circular economy in operation and the associated development and advancements in technology around fleet management.

- To register interest in attending or exhibiting, or to find out about the early bird exhibition opportunities (which is offering exhibitors 33.3 % off if they pay before February 28), contact Raymond Martin directly on: (028) 9147 7397, or: 07739 950 784; email:

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