Rising to the challenge at Sustainabilitylive! 2010
Mar 25 2010
Managing resources efficiently has long been a key driver for businesses, and with continually increasing pressure for improving environmental performance, the need for innovation in water and environmental technology is at an all-time high.
The NEC Birmingham will be the place to be on 20-22 April 2010 where all the latest developments will be on display at Environmental Technology (ET) and International Water and Effluent Exhibition (IWEX).
These are just two of the shows that find their home at Sustainabilitylive! – the UK’s most comprehensive event for the water, environment, energy, land and sustainable business sectors. Along with sister shows the National Energy Management Exhibition (NEMEX), Brownfield Expo (BEX) and Sustainable Business – The Event (SB), they bring together decision makers from large multinationals, SMEs and the public sector, along with hundreds of exhibitors, thousands of visitors and a host of insightful seminars, conferences and interactive features.
Sourcing environmental solutions at ET
ET is the UK’s largest gathering of suppliers for environmental best practice solutions, offering systems ranging from air pollution control through to waste management. Of the 7,725 people attending Sustainabilitylive! in 2009, more than 40 per cent were specifically seeking environmental solutions, making ET the best market place for both buyers and suppliers.
Running alongside the exhibition will be three separate days of seminars dedicated to addressing issues challenging the sector. Day One sees the launch of a new focus for Sustainabilitylive! looking at green transport. Amongst those present in the exhibition area will be Birmingham University and its hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, LowCVP, Peugeot, and the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership has additionally organised an impressive line-up of speakers to discuss topics including greener fleet management, electric fleet vehicles and road transport climate targets.
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