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INDUSTRY NEWS FEATURE


Letsrecycle Live makes grand debut


THE fi rst edition of Letsrecycle Live is ready to make its grand debut at the NAEC exhibition centre, Stoneleigh Park, bringing all waste and recycling professionals under one roof.


Taking place on 22 – 23 May, the two-day event aims to bring the industry to life, addressing opportunities and challenges within sustainability, the Circular Economy and across the waste and recycling industry.


Conferences


The exhibition will provide delegates with an insight into key trends through its dedicated Conference Programme. With three conference theatres and over 100 industry speakers, Letsrecycle Live will tackle key issues, address developments and identify opportunities for businesses and organisations of all shapes and sizes.


This will include discussions on waste crime - an issue that has plagued the sector for many years - and how regulators and industry bodies are working together to put a stop to illegal operators.


In addition to this, visitors can expect 8 SHWM February, 2019


presentations from some of the most infl uential fi gures in the industry including senior waste management, regulators and retailers, as well as local authorities and compliance schemes as they provide presentations, debates and solutions on a range of topics for industry professionals.


Zones


One particular area of interest is the dedicated Plant & Machinery Zone, featuring the most up-to-date technology on the market. Delegates will have a chance to check out live demonstrations and speak with experts including plant designers and engineers, equipment manufacturers, engineer agents and components suppliers, together with safety and compliance professionals.


All guests will get to enjoy a delicious three- course meal, wine and other treats with all profi ts going to Child Bereavement UK


Meanwhile, the dedicated Collections and Transport area will connect local authorities and private waste operators with vehicle and collection equipment providers, where they can feast their eyes


on the latest refuse collection vehicles, skip/hook loaders, bins and containers from leading manufacturers.


Visitors will be able to test drive vehicles from the likes of Dennis Eagle and other major players by putting them through their paces in the Ride and Drive Area to help make those informed investment decisions.


The show will feature three separate demonstration areas and will see material being processed live on site by a range of shredders, balers, screeners and more. Fireward will be leading demonstrations of the latest automatic fi re suppression systems, while exhibitors will be presenting the latest refuse collection vehicles in the Trucks in Action area.


Networking


The fi rst instalment of Letsrecycle Live intends to provide valuable networking opportunities in a fun and relaxing environment allowing businesses to come together and share industry knowledge and practice with one another.


One opportunity not to be missed is the White Collar Boxing fundraiser, commencing at Warwick Hall, Stoneleigh Park on Wednesday, 22 May. This event allows attendees to network with industry peers and cheer on the competition, as they watch waste professionals bout it out in the ring for a good cause.


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