We are thrilled to announce Reuseful UK’s partnership with RWM 2018, the Recycling and Waste Management Exhibition.

Under the new management of PRYSM Media Group, RWM returns to the NEC Birmingham on September 12th and 13th. The leading environmental exhibition is free to attend, with tickets now available on the RWM website.

We are excited to reveal Reuseful UK will be exhibiting at RWM in the autumn, showcasing an interactive, creative feature at stand #4K62 in Hall 5. Reuseful UK CEO Nikki DiGiovanni will also take to the stage at RWM and get involved with a speaker session – details of which will be released soon.

RWM will host over 350 expert-led seminars across the two show days, attracting over 12,000 waste professionals from across the globe. The NEC will be filled with 500 cutting-edge exhibitors, bringing together professionals across the retail, leisure, manufacturing and construction industries as well as local authorities, trade associations and waste management companies.

Under PRYSM’s new management, RWM will see a plethora of significant changes. The exhibition will be split into five key zones; including Energy From Waste, Handling & Logistics, Machinery & Equipment, Recyclers & Reprocessors and Data Tech & Services.

The former Supply & Demand Zone will be replaced and transformed into its own separate show this year; the Future Resource Show in Hall 4, which is dedicated to helping organisations find more efficient, sustainable and cost-effective ways of managing their energy and water supply.

Another significant change sees this year’s exhibition run alongside three other leading environmental events from PRYSM’s portfolio at the NEC; The Flood Expo, The Contamination Expo Series, and The Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo.

The UK’s leading recycling, water and energy waste management exhibition is completely free to attend, with visitors also gaining access to the three neighbouring events with RWM tickets accessible here. The event kicks off on September 12th at 10am, with both show days running until 5pm.

If you are interested in exhibiting at RWM, contact Event Director Nick Woore on 0117 929 6083 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

If you are interested in sponsoring or partnering with RWM, contact Marketing Executive Bethany Wash on 0117 990 2093 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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