Conference to be hosted at
& Recycling Shows
Faversham House Group,
organisers of Irish Water Waste & Environment (IWWE) and the Irish
Recycling & Waste Management (IRWM) shows (8-9 March 2006, RDS Dublin),
has announced that its shows will partner with the annual Forum
for environmental professionals - organised by the Dundalk Chamber
Bill Tosh, Executive Director at the Dundalk Chamber
of Commerce, commented - "To combine our event alongside IWWE and
IRWM, is an outstanding opportunity for us to place what has been
a widely acclaimed conference format to a much wider audience. We
will continue to debate, challenge policy and promote international
comparisons and best practice as we have done before and hope that
exhibition and conference participation will interact to bring a
must-visit appeal to both."
Jenny Tilson, the shows' Group Marketing Manager
agrees - "We are delighted to be able to extend the scope of the
shows still further and increase the value of the visitor experience
to both exhibitions."
IWWE & IRWM are not only the biggest
gathering of water, waste, recycling and environmental suppliers
under one roof, they also host more special events in this sector
than you will find anywhere else.
The shows are expected to attract record audiences
when they take place on 8 & 9 March at the RDS, Dublin.
Entry is FREE and all visitors that register in
advance will receive a FREE lunch when they attend. Those wishing
to attend can register online at www.environment-ireland.com
or can call the information & registration hotline on: 01 284 5878.
What's on at IWWE
& IRWM 2006?
IWWE is Ireland's largest event for the water, waste and environment
sector. Now in its 25th year, IWWE 2006 offers engineers and consultants
from the public and private sectors, architects and environmental
managers more exhibitors, more kit and more free expert information
than ever before. Better environmental impact management = better
Register now at www.environment-ireland.com
IRWM is Ireland's national recycling event, spanning the
entire range of products and services in this sector. Consultants
and engineers from the public and private sectors will find solutions
to help them meet the challenges they face in managing the ever
growing waste management problem.
Register now at www.environment-ireland.com
Mr Dick Roche TD, Minister for the Environment, Heritage and
Local Government, will declare the show officially open on
the morning of 8 March 2006.
Come and meet the Minister and listen to his keynote address.
|Ireland's National Environmental
Now in its 7th year, it is regarded as the annual forum for
environmental professionals to keep up to date with issues affecting
their industry. Over 250 delegates will hear from renowned environmental
experts at the conference which is organised by the Dundalk
Chambers of Commerce.
Enterprise Ireland's Waste-to-Energy
For the first time, Enterprise Ireland will be running a Waste-to-Energy
seminar alongside the show. The seminar will cover the current state
of the market, funding and development for the commercialisation
of Waste-to-Energy technologies.
Enterprise Ireland's Technology
Transfer Brokerage Event
Another first! Delegations from all over Europe will attend this
event on technology transfer - sharing expertise and knowledge from
across the EU.
Sustainable Energy Ireland's
Sustainable Energy Ireland will again be supporting the shows and
running two half-day seminars on Waste-to-Energy.
Free product demonstrations
Many of the exhibitors will be running demonstrations of their products
throughout the show on their stands and some will also be hosting
presentations in the seminar theatre.
||Free TalkBack debate
Hosted by John Bowman, this exciting and interactive debate
will be another highlight of the shows. A high-profile line-up
of panellists will debate the latest environmental issues -
giving business professionals from both the public and private
sectors a unique opportunity to ask questions and have their
say on environmental and waste issues close to their heart!
Full details and panel members will be announced shortly.
PLEASE VISIT www.environment-ireland.com
FOR FULL DETAILS, TIMINGS AND HOW TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE ON THE SEMINARS
As if this wasn't enough, visitors to IWWE & IRWM
can also gain FREE entry to Civilex and Road Expo Ireland, which
are open at the same time as IWWE & IRWM at the RDS, Dublin.
Civilex showcases all the best and most innovative products
and services for in the civil engineering sector. Staged specifically
for civil engineers, architects and local authorities, this exhibition
brings together seminar sessions and demonstrations - as well as
Register now at www.civilex.co.uk
The only dedicated traffic and transport show in Ireland. Roads
engineers and consultants will be able to see all that's new under
one roof to enable them to manage more traffic on more roads - more
cost-effectively than ever before.
Register now at www.road-expo.com
How to Register
for IWWE & IRWM
Entry is FREE and if you register in advance
you will receive a FREE lunch when you visit.