Exhibitors

Why exhibit?

The Energy from Waste conference exhibition area allows you to promote your business’s expertise to an audience of over 200 highly engaged waste management delegates from the UK, Europe, and beyond.

Exhibit and enjoy access to unparalleled new business leads, with delegates representing waste management, energy generation, finance, investment, engineering, and advisory, central, and local government organisations who attend to learn, network, and discuss real business opportunities.

In previous years, 84% of conference delegates attended to source new products or look for technical advice. 75% said they would be sourcing EfW plant consultancy services in the next 12 months, and 42% were intending to source waste handling equipment. 65% of attendees have budget responsibility for new equipment/systems purchases. And fully 97% of attendees booked because of the conference's networking opportunities.

This could be your audience. 

If you are interested in exhibiting at Energy from Waste 2020, please contact Julia Pugh-Cook at julia.pugh-cook@markallengroup.com or +44 (0)1722 716 997.

Our Exhibitors

Astute Technical Recruitment

Astute is the leading UK recruiter into the Energy from Waste industry, having specialised in this for over 13 years.  Our knowledge and expertise covers Operations & Maintenance, Projects, Design, Construction & Commissioning, Executive Search and our bespoke Crewing-Up service.  We pride ourselves on the quality of service to our clients and candidates and regularly support the EfW industry at events.  With a focus on the UK, Europe and more recently, Australia, we are your trusted recruitment partner.  Our MD, Terry Buckel will be present along with Arjun Patel, both focusing on the EfW sector and would both welcome a chat with you.

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ICL Boulby

Israel Chemicals Ltd ( ICL) Boulby is located at Boulby in a rural area close to the Tees Valley - North Yorkshire border between Saltburn and Whitby.  The mine is situated on the heritage coast within the North York Moors National Park.

Boulby Mine has been part of the ICL Group since 2002.  It's history, however, stretches back to 1968 when planning permission was granted to Cleveland Potash Ltd for the underground working of minerals - potash and salt (salt mining for easier access to the potash seams via more stable roadways) - in an area of approximately 8,200 hectares. The mine shafts were sunk in 1969 and in 1973 the first potash was extracted from the mine.  Since this time, Boulby Mine has been successfully supplying customers around the world with Potash (KCI) products, mined and refined on site, and Salt (Na/CL).  In 2012 Boulby became the first mine in the world to mine polyhalite, a fertilizer carrying the benefits of sulphur, potassium, magnesium and calcium.  Sold only by ICL as Polysulphate; mining techniques, production and markets are developing to position this mineral as a key player in the fertilizer market.  With economic potash mining coming to an end in 2017 ICL Boulby now concentrates its mining efforts solely on Polyhalite.

Boulby Mine is a major employer in the Tees Valley, providing employment for over 560 direct employees, the majority of whom live in the local areas of East Cleveland and North Yorkshire; consequently approximately £2.5 million of wages are absorbed into the East Cleveland and North Yorkshire economies.

The management team at ICL Boulby has a clear vision and long-term strategy for the business that is to: lead and develop the "World's First and Only Polyhalite Mine" in enhancing market leadership for the ICL Group.

Project Esk is an internal project developed in line with the company's long-term vision for sustainability.  Its overall objective is to contribute to the mine stabilisation solution by creating an Air Pollution Control Residues (APCr) block manufacturing facility within the Tees Valley and emplacing these blocks underground to stabilise the mine workings.

The project is gathering lots of external support and buy-in from key stakeholders as it involves a mining company seeking an economically viable mining / waste recovery solution to a mining problem.

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IGS

IGS Europe, s.r.o. provides turnkey surface protection solutions for mission critical equipment. Our proprietary High Velocity Thermal Spray (HVTS) cladding and Cetek ceramic coatings solve corrosion and erosion problems in CFB, BFB, PC-Fired and Grate-Fired Boilers as well as SDA Chambers.

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RJM International

CONSULTANCY + ENGINEERING = SOLUTION + GUARANTEE

RJM is an award-winning provider of emissions reduction technologies and efficiency improvement solutions. 

Our core strengths include operational expertise, fuel advice and investment support, allowing us to assess any biomass or Energy from Waste plant and provide guidance to achieve performance improvements or problem resolution.  

RJM can also carry out all plant modifications, will provide guarantees and can advise on the viability of potential acquisitions or investments. 

This unique combination of consultancy and engineering skills explains why RJM is today working for many of the UK’s leading biomass and Energy from Waste plant operators. 

T   + 44 (0) 1962 831250

E   sales@rjm-international.com

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Standardkessel Baumgarte GmbH

Standardkessel Baumgarte supplies turnkey power plants and components for industrial and municipal energy supply.

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Technikgruppe

Technikgruppe (TG) is an Austrian company located in Premstaetten near Graz.

TG is a provider of cuttingedge control systems of leading manufacturers and

independent process solution provider in the field of energy-from-waste and

energy-from-biomass. TG is offering worldwide integration and optimisation

support for incineration plants.

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Yokogawa UK Ltd

Yokogawa is a leading provider of Industrial Automation solutions and consultancy services. Combining superior technology with engineering services, project management, and maintenance; Yokogawa delivers field proven operational efficiency, safety, quality, and reliability.

With its OpreX Control solutions, Yokogawa is able to quickly effect changes for its Waste to Energy customers. Their exceptionally reliable control technology responds quickly to changes in management and operations, whilst establishing the foundation needed for highly efficient, safe and stable plant operations.
 

With more than 150 waste-to-energy plants and other types of waste incineration facilities all over the world relying on Yokogawa OpreX control system solutions; their technologies play a key role in making the world cleaner and more efficient.

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