Follow The Trails To Find What’s New & Innovative At RWM 2016

csm_slider_plough_truck_01_29633d8405Time is of the essence at RWM 2016 and with so much to see and do, it can be difficult to know where to begin. To ensure visitors don’t miss out on any launches, new products or the latest innovation on display, two trails have been developed for this year’s exhibition.

If you are on the hunt for new products and the latest innovations to help sharpen your competitive edge, then keep a look out for exhibitors displaying the ‘New & Innovation’ logo.

This trail highlights every launch at RWM, as well as any exhibitors who are pushing the boundaries of innovation with their products or services. One of the many new exhibitors, Kenburn Waste Management, have chosen RWM 2016 to launch their Europress Baler, and the Addex Group will be launching their new generation of fully electric cleaning, sweeper and handling machines.

First-time exhibitor, Marubeni Komatsu will be revealing its new WA320-7 waste-spec wheel loader, complete with full factory-fitted waste specification extras, to the market. A few other big names that are new to the show will be along the trail including LDF Group, FB Chain Ltd and Recolight, a not for profit Producer WEEE compliance scheme.

RWM New Innovation Trail logoThe Winter Maintenance Trail is designed to guide any visitors who work in road maintenance and are responsible for the safe passage of vehicles and pedestrians in extreme weather. Key exhibitors along this trail include Bunce, Johnston Sweepers, Scarab Sweepers and Mercedes Benz, who will be showcasing their expertise. With weather patterns becoming more unpredictable, this trail is one to follow to guide you to exhibitors of most relevance.

Taking place at the NEC in Birmingham, 13-15 September, RWM 2016, organised by i2i Events Group in partnership with the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management, brings together the key industry players with thousands of professionals who all seek solution to their resource management challenges.

Nicola Meadows, event director said “We’ve done the leg work this year and developed two trails that will guide you through the extensive network of exhibitors to ensure you don’t miss out on all that’s new and innovative. This event is guaranteed to inform and inspire, so look out for the logos on the show maps and plans to get you discovering!”

For more information about Europe’s largest and best-established event for resource efficiency visit, call + 44 (0) 203 033 2049 or email


Darrel Moore

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