Trio of live trade shows this September
With the much-anticipated return of in-person industry events, Ward will be busy reuniting with industry colleagues and friends across the metal recycling, demolition and waste management sectors this month at three key exhibitions and trade shows.
The first event is LetsRecycleLive, which is co-located with the Demolition Expo and runs from Wednesday 15th to Thursday 16th September at the NAEC, Stoneleigh. The event comprises two days of seminars, demonstrations, exhibitions, awards and networking opportunities.
Ward will be exhibiting our waste management and metal recycling capabilities and also supplying material for the live demo area.
Contamination Expo is next up, taking place at the NEC, Birmingham from Wednesday 22nd to Thursday 23rd September. The expo boasts a unique educational programme comprising expert-led seminars and panel debates, live demonstrations of the latest technology, and industry leaders equipped with cutting-edge solution-led products and services.
Ward will be capitalising on the opportunity to promote our Special Projects brand, highlighting our hazardous waste, contaminated land and remediation services supporting construction and demolition contractors on large projects.
The final diary date is the CARS Expo and Metal Recycling Event, running from Wednesday 29th to Thursday 30th September at Stoneleigh Park, Coventry. Renowned as Europe’s leading event for vehicle recyclers and dismantlers, Ward will be sponsoring the lanyards, exhibiting, supplying material for the live demo area and supporting the demonstration team.
Ward is keen to showcase our capabilities for end-of-life vehicle recycling and car scrappage, plus our extended facilities for metals, while networking with key industry players.
Donald Ward, Operations Director at Ward, said:
“It’s a really exciting time to be showcasing our offering to leading industry players while networking with the biggest and best in the business – we can’t wait to get out there!
It’s great to be heading back at face-to-face events again and meeting friends and colleagues in the metal recycling and waste industry after such a long time. It’s been a challenging time, but appetite for these events is healthy and, hopefully, it signals the start of a strong recovery.”
If you’re interested in joining us at any of the exhibitions, just click on the links below to register and come along and visit us at our stand: