Details of some of the live demonstrations that will be taking place at the two-day Letsrecycle Live trade show have been revealed.
The event, taking place on 22nd & 23rd May 2019 at Stoneleigh Park, near Coventry, has attracted interest from across the waste and recycling sector with more than 3,000 visitors now expected to attend.
Welcoming a wide range of professionals from across the industry including waste management, local authorities, recyclers and reprocessors, transport and equipment manufacturers, Letsrecycle Live serves as a platform for networking in an environment conducive to forming lasting business relationships.
Across the indoor and outdoor exhibitions, some initial live highlights will include refuse collection vehicle manufacturer Dennis Eagle, which will be running demonstrations of vehicles in the Trucks in Action area.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to test drive the newest vehicles on the market in the Ride & Drive area.
Others participating in the live demo segment of the show include material handlers Volvo, Fuchs and Sennebogen which will be moving and feeding material to be processed by a range of balers, shredders, screeners and trommels.
Recycling plant manufacturer Kiverco will be unveiling a new product for the recycling market within the exhibition hall, while fire suppression specialists, Fireward, will be demonstrating the effectiveness of their automatic fire suppression systems at the show.
Discussing the company’s involvement in the show, Fireward group marketing manager, Emma Stroud said: “Fireward are excited to be sponsoring the Fire Safety Demo Area at the inaugural Letsrecycle Live, showcasing the latest in automatic fire suppression technology for the waste and recycling sector.
“Fireward will present demonstrations reflecting various fire scenarios that can occur within mobile and heavy plant machinery and how an approved fire suppression system will protect against total destruction.’
You can see the full exhibitor list by visiting the event website here.
With businesses choosing this as the new must attend event in the waste and recycling industry, if you are interested in exhibiting, get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 633 4518.
Letsrecycle Live is FREE to attend. To register visit www.letsrecycle.live