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Resource Ireland 2012 – 17th18th October – RDS Dublin Resource Ireland 2012 incorporates two co-located exhibitions - The Irish Water Exhibition and The Irish Recycling & Waste Exhibition. esource Ireland is the leading exhibition for the Irish water, waste and sustainable business sectors making it a must-attend event for those who want to stay abreast with developments in the Irish market. Resource Ireland 2012 takes place on the 17th and 18th of October 2012, at Simmonscourt RDS Dublin. Featuring an extensive seminar programme with high profile speakers and panel discussions, the event provides excellent best practice learning and networking opportunities over the two days. With leading experts in the environment, water, recycling and waste sectors attending, the event creates the ideal setting for sharing industry knowledge and inspiration. The last exhibition in 2010 attracted over 1,600 attendees. Resource Ireland's comprehensive free seminar programme, paired with leading suppliers of environmental products and services, offers a great opportunity to find out about new products, learn about industry best practice and keep up-to-date with industry. Comprising of the Irish Water Exhibition and the Irish Recycling & Waste Exhibition, Resource Ireland covers all main aspects of water and waste management.

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treatment, MBT and waste-toenergy technologies to name but a few. Waste is seen as a resource which is recovered to energy or raw materials which can be used to manufacture new products. The Irish Recycling & Waste Exhibition reflects this changed approach to waste management. Since its launch in 2000, the show has continuously grown and today provides the only all-island platform for waste professionals of its size. Waste professionals use the show year on year to network, find out about new waste solutions and technologies and to benefit from free CPD training in seminars running at the show. Irish suppliers are joined by European companies introducing waste technologies to the Irish market that have been successfully used in other European countries. I

The Irish Water Exhibition Clean water in Europe is no longer taken for granted but seen as a scarce resource, which needs to be protected in terms of limiting wastage and preventing contamination. Source protection and leakage control have become important points on the agenda of European countries, including the island of Ireland. The Irish Water Exhibition looks at this development in the water and environmental sector and provides a platform for environmental professionals to network, share experience and find out about latest developments in technologies and legislation.

The Irish Water Exhibition has been held in Dublin since 1973 under the name Irish Water Waste & Environment (IWWE), starting as a small road show and growing to become the largest water and environment exhibition on the island of Ireland. The show continues to bring together buyers and suppliers of environmental products and services. The seminar programme at the show provides an opportunity for free professional development as well as a forum for the industry to discuss developments and express concerns. The Irish Recycling and Waste Exhibition Waste management today involves separation of waste streams, efficient collection of separated waste, recycling, composting, organic waste ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY MANAGEMENT, SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2012

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