ET 2005 is the longest established exhibition for the environmental technology and management services sector, featuring the Environmental Management Forum. It runs alongside sister events, NEMEX the energy management expo and International Clean Up, the only dedicated contaminated land and remediation exhibition. The events come together under one roof at the NEC Birmingham to create the UK's largest environmental and energy event.
So whether you want to improve manufacturing processes to minimise waste, take advantage of new technology to enhance profitability of production or ensure that your plant complies with current and future legislation, ET 2005 is the place to be.
A wide range of debates, workshops and presentations are planned throughout the three days, aimed at providing everyone with a business interest in environmental issues with the opportunity to learn more about subjects ranging from; legislation to pollution control, landfill management and Land remediation to corporate social responsibility.
The IEMA will be there and hosting a series of seminars on Tuesday 24th May covering, ISO 14000: A Series Update, European Emissions Trading Scheme and an Environmental Legislation Update In addition this year the Green Card Conference, promoting sustainable business practices will be running alongside ET 2005 creating a unique opportunity that firmly positions the event as 'the' environmental forum of the year. The Green Card Conference on Thursday 26th May is part of the successful Green Card Network initiative run by printer and copier manufacturer, Kyrocera Mita UK. The conference consistently attracts high profile speakers and delegates, promoting environmentally sustainable business practices, and addressing the practical implications of the WEEE directive.
A full programme will be available shortly. For further information and registration details visit
Posted on 12th January 2005
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