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Three 2020 Water Industry Events You Need to Attend

Steve Wilcox

27 Nov 19

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The water industry is changing. With a wider focus on sustainability within general business strategy and a bigger consumer awareness of climate change, there’s never been a better time to keep up-to-date with new legislation and advancements in technology by attending industry events. Here are our top three water industry events in Europe next year that we’re looking forward to.  

 


IFAT – World’s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management
4th – 8th May 2020 – Munich
This is the event to go to if you’re looking to be inspired by forward-thinking global innovators, showcasing technology, strategies and solutions to challenges within the industry. Discussion topics cover everything from water and sewage to waste and raw materials.

Find out more: www.ifat.de/en/ 


UK Ad and World Biogas Expo 2020
1st – 2nd July 2020 – Birmingham
The largest international trade show dedicated to AD and biogas, the UK AD and World Biogas Expo offers brilliant insight and research, as well as innovation and investment opportunities, to help you solve some of the biggest challenges in the energy industry.

Discover more: www.biogastradeshow.com


RWM – The UK’s Largest Recycling and Waste Management Exhibition
16th and 17th September 2020 – Birmingham
Hosted at the NEC, the RWM is a great opportunity for networking and learning about the newest advancements in recycling and waste management. With live panel debates to learn from some of the biggest market leaders across the globe, this is an event you can’t afford to miss.

Read about the event: www.rwmexhibition.com


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