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Breaking News, WWEM and AQE exhibitions to move to the NEC in Birmingham Envirotech Online

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Following on from the successes of the co-located WWEM (Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring exhibition) and AQE (The Air Quality and Emissions Monitoring) events we are excited to announce that we are now locating these shows to the NEC.

Marcus Pattison, Managing Director, International Labmate said: “With increased environmental regulation, pressure on industry to meet targets, public awareness and concern for the air we breathe the water we drink we have seen both an increase in visitor and exhibitor numbers of people and companies who wish to tackle climate change and thus have now out grown our current venue. The move to the NEC will allow us further expansion and better accessibility for local and international visitors to these two leading industry events.”    

Richard Mann, New Business Director, NEC Group said: “We’re excited to welcome these exhibitions to the NEC, bringing access to a larger audience through our on-site airport, train station and our location in the heart of the motorway network. The exhibitions are a core component of their industry and our connectivity as the National Exhibition Centre will allow them to grow and expand.”

International Labmate are the publishers of environmental, laboratory and energy media. The organisation has seen the growth and expansion of these co-located events and looks forward to welcoming visitors to the NEC on the 9th & 10th October 2024.    

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