Like all good celebrations they can run on an on. After all the queen has had two birthdays a year for as long as I can remember and looks none the worse for it.
So, it's day three at RWM – and as Lee has just gone off for a meeting with a CIWM rep I had better remember that the show's full name is RWM in Partnership with CIWM!
Rocking up to RWM 17 at 9am before everyone else gets here to put the magazines on the stand and add the last finishing touches, Lee and I realise we are approaching our stand via a very, very wide walkway – there are finger posts along the way, and it’s definitely more than an ‘isle’.
Did I say the last quarter was a busy one? Well, there was certainly no slow-down in the run-up to the summer break. I represented LARAC on 9 occasions sharing some pretty knowledgeable company!
Bigger, better and more collaborative, the UK’s premier event dedicated to Energy, Water, Recycling, Renewables and Waste Management is the 2017 knowledge-sharing hub for local authority resource management professionals. RWM Event director Nicola Meadows previews the show.
Decision-makers from local authorities dealing with the resource management sector negotiate with a wide range of overlapping industries, suppliers and government agencies. As such, it is crucial to be up-to-date with the opportunities and commercial issues affecting resource and waste management, and resource planning in local government.