Alupro to exhibit at RWM & letsrecycle live
Alupro, the aluminium packaging recycling organisation, is set to attend this year’s RWM & letsrecycle live exhibition.
The team will be located at Stand R-G244 throughout the two-day event, which takes place at the NEC in Birmingham between 14-15 September.
A collaboration between two of the industry’s largest trade exhibitions, the event will bring together 200 expert speakers, 550 exhibitors and tens of thousands of visitors. Alongside CPD-accredited sessions and live demonstrations from some of the largest names across the globe, there will also be a whole host of networking opportunities.
On day two of the event (15 September), Martin Hyde, Alupro’s sustainability and public affairs manager, will chair a panel on ‘Metal Recycling Then and Now’.
Taking place in the Material Village Theatre at 1.30pm, the expert session will comprise three presentations and a Q&A session with key figures from across the metal industry, including Robert Fell, director and chief executive at MPMA; Nicola Jones, manager at TATA steel; and Mike Dines, director at Tandom Metallurgical.
Tom Giddings, executive director at Alupro, commented: “Combining two of the recycling and waste industry’s biggest trade events in one sector-defining show, RWM & letsrecycle live will provide an unmatched platform to engage with key figures from across the aluminium packaging supply chain, as well as wider industry audiences.
“Through Martin’s panel, we’re looking forward to stimulating debate between some of the sector’s most prolific thought leaders about the future of metal recycling and its pivotal role within a circular packaging economy.
With significant policy changes set to transform the packaging and recycling industry over the coming years, we’ll be reiterating the benefits of aluminium as an infinitely recyclable packaging material, as well as the infrastructure changes needed to move ever-closer towards a 100% recycling rate.”