All you need to know about Letsrecycle Live 2021

With Letsrecycle Live 2021 opening tomorrow (15 September), we break down some of the key things you need to know ahead of the eagerly-anticipated show.

Stoneleigh is south of Coventry (map from Google maps)

The trade show was launched by letsrecycle.com‘s parent company, the Environment Media Group, in 2019, and provides the waste, recycling and now demolition sectors with two days of seminars, demonstrations and a range of social and networking events.

Taking place on 15-16 September at the NAEC Stoneleigh CV8 2LZ, south of Coventry, the show will be the biggest sector specific event to take place since Covid-19 restrictions were lifted.

Registration 

Admission is free and you can register here. Alternatively, you can register on the day, but with a large turnout expected, the organisers recommend registering in advance.

Directions 

Stoneleigh Park is situated right in the heart of the UK, with fantastic links to the M40, M1 & M6 Motorways.

By train, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick and Warwick Parkway rail stations are situated on the main London Marylebone-Birmingham line whilst Coventry is a regular stop for the Virgin West Coast Mainline.

There is a complimentary shuttle bus that runs between Coventry station and the venue every 15 minutes on show days. See timetable below.

  • From Coventry to the venue: every 15 minutes between 09:00 – 11:30
  • From the venue to Coventry station: every 15 minutes between 15:00 – 17:30

Parking

There is ample free parking available for visitors and exhibitors at Stoneleigh and the organisers note that it is a secure site so vehicles can be parked overnight.

Hygiene

With Letsrecycle Live being the first major event in the sector since the pandemic, the team has taken precautions to ensure visitors feel safe.

Letsrecycle Live will be organised in line with the All Secure Standard.

The purpose of these guidelines, set out by the Association of Event Organisers (AEO), Association of Event Venues (AEV)Events Supplier and Services Association (ESSA) and its stakeholders, is to provide a framework of support and assessments to ensure a safe return to live events. All work has been approved by UK government.

The guidance sets out to achieve common standards of health, safety and operational planning, management and on-site conduct for the events industry.

You can find out more about the All Secure Standard here.

Conference 

The conference programme is split between three theatres: The Keynote Theatre, the Materials Village Theatre, sponsored by Wastepack and the Local Authority Theatre.

There is also a fourth theatre for the Demolition Expo, which is being held alongside Letsrecycle Live.

The Keynote Conference Theatre will tackle the key issues impacting the sector today and in the future and it’s programme can be found here.

In the Materials Village, there will be a chance to hear experts deep dive into the issues affecting different material streams including. With sessions curated by the different associations, in the interest of tackling the most pertinent topics for organisations operating in that space.

The agenda for the different materials can be found here.

Meanwhile, the Local Authority Theatre is where you can hear the latest information and developments in topics related to municipal waste collection. With two full days of content, the agenda tackles key topics along with key niche subjects that are not normally discussed in more focussed events.

The Local Authority Theatre can be found here.

There is also a fourth theatre for the Demolition Expo, which is being held concurrently.

Live demo

Throughout both days will be timed event in the live demo area and vehicle arena, with all the leading manufacturers.

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