Andusia at RWM

Andusia will once again be exhibiting at the leading industry event, RWM. Andusia will be on stand 4C70-D71 in the Energy from Waste Hall. The show will be taking place on the 12th – 13th September 2018, at the NEC in Birmingham.
Thorben Wengert,

As the UK’s leading recycling, water & energy waste management event, RWM showcases the latest innovations shaping the sector to the industry’s most influential names and organisations. More than 11,000 recycling and waste management professionals will attend from forward-thinking retail, leisure, manufacturing and construction firms; while local authorities, trade associations, and waste management companies will also send delegates to discover the latest environmentally sound and profitable solutions. Boasting a world-class lineup of 450 cutting-edge exhibitors and 150 expert-led seminars, RWM will offer these visitors an incredible depth of knowledge, guidance and expertise.

This year sees Andusia with a bigger stand than usual to reflect the growing business the company has experienced over recent years. The show will feature the key messages that Andusia is not just an aggregator of RDF to Europe, but that it is now branching out into the UK EfW market and will be supplying more local plants, as well as the existing plants across Northern Europe, the company says. This is a key move for Anduisa as the UK’s initiative to invest in EfW infrastructure grows, the company says.

As well as this, Andusia is now also expanding out into other forms of recovered fuels. 2018 saw Andusia sign its first contract to ship SRF waste to a plant in the Mediterranean. Wood Waste is also in Andusia’s agenda after being approached by a number of companies who asked for assistance and expertise in transporting biomass for recovery either in Europe or the UK. The companies expansion comes in the same year that Andusia celebrated collecting its 1 millionth tonne of RDF waste for recovery in Europe.


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