Completely free to attend, over 13,000 key decision makers visit from municipalities, various waste producers in the retail, construction, hospitality, public and manufacturing sectors, waste contractors and consultants. BOOK NOW
Top Speakers at RWM
LARAC ChairAndrew Bird is LARAC's Chair, having previously worked as their policy Support Officer and Vice Chair.
Andrew has over 25 years experience in Waste Management, and is a Chartered Waste Manager. He has an in-depth knowledge of waste disposal, waste and recycling collection services and material reprocessing, and street...
Deputy LeaderA Councillor for the Leytonstone Ward in Waltham Forest for the past 12 years, Clyde has a deep understanding of the workings of local and National Government. He understands how policies are developed and shaped, to deliver for local residents and communities. Ambitious and energetic, Clyde has enviable networks and...
Chairman, ESADavid Palmer-Jones was Chief Executive Officer of SITA Scandinavia from 2003 to 2006 before taking up the position of Operations Director for the Industrial and Commercial Division back in the UK. He was appointed Chief Executive Officer of SITA UK in September 2008. Since rejoining SITA UK, David has transformed...
Head of Waste StrategyDr Andy Rees has 33 years experience of working in the environmental field; he has spent the last 17 years in the area of waste strategy. Andy is Head of Waste Strategy at the Welsh Government and is responsible for waste strategy policy and delivery. He is a Chartered Environmentalist...
CEO, WRAPLiz Goodwin is a chemist by background. She started her career in the chemical industry.
She became CEO at WRAP in 2007. Since taking over as CEO, the profile of WRAP and the issues of waste and recycling have increased significantly through wide media coverage.
The organisation is...
Secretary of StateEric Pickles was appointed Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government in May 2010. He is the Conservative MP for Brentwood and Ongar. Eric was Leader of Bradford City Council from 1988 to 1990. He held a number of positions while in opposition, including Shadow Secretary of State for...
Circular Economy Connect
For the upcoming RWM 2014 show, we are launching a new area dedicated to facilitating networking and learning among sustainability and waste professionals across commerce and industry. Find Out More
New For 2014
Discover the latest and exciting additions and changes to RWM 2014.
RWM is moving to halls 4 & 5 and outdoor area of the NEC, the biggest exhibition in the country, to showcase the industry in the scale it demands. This means more space for enhanced features and product demonstrations. Find out more about the New Halls
Networking at RWM
New dedicated areas for networking, meeting with peers and discussing best practice will be introduced, after listening to your feedback.
RWM facilitated networking is the ultimate ice breaker. It is a great way for you to meet new contacts with no pressure or stress.
The RWM Conference
Free to attend, CPD accredited and CIWM approved seminar content. No matter the nature of your business or area of interest, The Circular Economy Connect, Local Authority and Energy from Waste theatres will have insight to offer.
High Profile Partnerships
We work closely with the industry to ensure we deliver an event that is most relevant to our audience. Key partners and supporters of the event include CIWM, ESA and lead media partners MRW and CIWM Journal.
Maximise your visit to RWM by automatically gaining access to its co-located shows, The Energy, The Water and The Renewables Events once registered. Taking place over two days, from the 16th to the 17th of September, these shows really do make RWM the one stop shop for all your resource management needs.