5 Reasons to Attend The Contamination Expo
The Contamination Expo is fast approaching its takeover of the NEC on the 11th and 12th September. The event is Europe’s leading event for the contamination industry to come together and share best practises, knowledge, and display the best of the best with regards to products, services, and technologies. With the build up to the event now in full swing, we want to lay out the top reasons for you to register for your free ticket now! After you’ve finished reading, you can explore the rest of the website and also register for your tickets by following the link at the top of the page!
The Contamination Expo is your chance to gain free, complimentary CPD education through the incredible seminar programme available. The full programme will have experts discussing topics that cover all 7 focuses of the event, meaning every visitor will have relevant education readily available. With representatives from the likes of UKATA, 3M, and Svantek, the pedigree of speaker is undeniable, with true experts in their field delivering informative seminars you won’t find anywhere else.
7 Focuses in one show
The Contamination Expo is organised into 7 different focuses, each representing a different arm of the contamination industry. The 7 sectors are Clean Air Tech, Hazardous Materials, Nuclear Decommission, Spill Response, Waste Water, Land Remediation, and Geotechnical. Within each of these zones, specialist exhibitors displaying the latest and greatest products and services will be found, as well as expert speakers partaking in the seminar programme. Each of these focuses will have dedicated exhibitors, speakers and areas to network.
Running alongside the Contamination Expo will be RWM, the UK’s largest recycling and waste management show, Future Resource Expo, and Flood Expo. Collectively, all of these shows make up one of the most comprehensive environmental events of the year. Having access to all of these shows will provide a broader visitor base of potential clients, as well as the chance to gain even more education from further industry experts. Having these shows run alongside each other raises the potential for success even higher with the footfall increasing to 22,000, and extended networking opportunities with businesses and professionals from the neighboring shows.
Broad Visitor Base
The visitor base for the Contamination Expo is one made up of decision makers and experts within the industry. Some of the companies we have had represented at the show include Ministry of Defence, Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs, European Commission, National Grid, and Public Health England. This should paint a picture of a rich visitor base all attending with the sole reason of finding the best product or service to meet their needs. The engagement and networking opportunities are truly unrivalled at the Contamination Expo, as the networking area sponsored by i2 Analytical UK will be a hub of activity.
Market leading exhibitors & partners
The quality of exhibitor and show partner is an outstanding feature of the Contamination Expo. Last year, groundbreaking technology like BiomiTech was displayed, showing the incredible technological capabilities that are out there to deal with contamination issues. This chance to network and build beneficial relationships with such brands is a key reason why the Contamination Expo is such an essential date for industry professionals. As well as this, the support the event receives from the sector proves its worth. Associations like UKATA, Environmental Agency, soBRA, CL:AIRE, British Water, and the Chartered Institute for Architectural Technologists have all been apart of the event, and continue to show support for the show as it develops and grows. The Contamination Expo is proud to be supported by such associations, and it provides a drive to deliver the most beneficial show for visitors.
Tickets for the Contamination Expo are completely free and can be registered at the top of the page!