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FM Industry gathers to do business at The Facilities Show next month

21 April 2008

Reflecting the most up-to-date issues in the FM profession today, The Facilities Show 2008 from 13-15 May at the NEC, Birmingham, will be the most environmental yet. The show will address the topics of sustainability, recycling, carbon footprint and the greener office in a series of brand new features.

Now in its 9th year, The Facilities Show is the must-attend event for all facilities professionals. In association with the BIFM, this year’s show will deliver more to the FM industry than ever before.

Highlights include:
Extensive exhibition – over 100 exhibitors and 30% growth makes this year’s event our largest and most comprehensive ever.

The Sustainable FM Academy – sponsored by FMX & BSJ. Through high profile speakers addressing issues such as carbon saving, energy performance of buildings, recycling and waste management, attendees are able to further educate themselves on the key topics within CSR, creating a green workplace and keep themselves up-to-date on the most recent developments in legislation. Click here to view the complete timetable.

The Facilities Show Seminar Theatre – featuring the country’s most respected FM professionals this theatre addresses issues such as improving productivity, ethical & sustainable sourcing and network infrastructure - how to save time, space and money. Click here to view the complete timetable.
Green FM Trail – highlighting exhibitors who can offer you products, advice and services to aid you in creating a sustainable working environment.

Recycling Centre- we will be partnering with Mil-tek GB Ltd to bring a recycling centre to the show. Located on stand G4 Mil-tek will be recycling cardboard, plastic and other dry waste throughout the event
Co-Locations - The Facilities Show is co-located with Safety & Health Expo 13-15 May and IFSEC, 12-15 May at the Birmingham NEC.

The new Sustainable FM Academy will present three days of environmentally themed sessions providing visitors with the opportunity to debate the two vital topics in every major building - energy and waste management. Each day will include presentations from expert keynote speakers, including panel debates featuring the country’s most respected FM professionals. The Carbon Trust, Connaught, Royal Sun Alliance, Land Securities, Trillium, Amaryllis, Sims Group and Charterhouse Energy are just some of the major companies taking part.

For the first time The Facilities Show will feature a recycling centre, courtesy of Mil-tek GB Ltd. Located on stand G4, Mil-tek will be recycling cardboard, plastic and other dry waste throughout the event. This is the perfect opportunity for visitors not only to think green for their organisation, but to be green themselves.
Bryan Wingfield, Sales Director of Mil-tek, comments, “Both corporate social responsibility and new legislation are making environmental good business practice a necessity for modern organisations. Exhibitions can be very wasteful environments, so the organisers of The Facilities Show should be commended for their commitment to green issues. We look forward to recycling as much waste as possible during the show and talking to visitors about their recycling needs.”

The Green FM Trail is another new feature and will highlight companies that can offer advice, products and services to respond to the ever-evolving challenge of reducing a company’s environmental impact. Look out for the tree logo on the following stands:
Anabas F40
Autobar C31
Bauder F5
Baxter Storey E32
BIFM B21
Crimson Tide D22
Carbon Trust D7
Connaught Compliance E40
Cory Environmental E4
Dalkia Utilities Services C40
Enviroliance B1
Environmental Alliances C32
Environmental Hygiene Products G7
Fellowes E11
FMX Magazine C5
Fosters Breathing Space E35
Gardiner & Theobald C21
Green Cartridges H32
Harrow Green Grou A10
IMServ B20
Linpac Environmental F11
Mil-tek D12
MK Electric E2
NORDPLAN H33
Northern Compliance B11
npower Business G2
Recolight H1
Reloc8 G20
Serco F21
Signature Aromas F30
Silverdell C6
Sims Group UK F32
SMS Environmental E5
Sustainable FM Magazine E1
Vivreau H7
Walter Meier (Climate UK) F3
Wincanton E3

For more information on the event please visit www.thefacilitiesshow.com or click here to register for free now.
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The Facilities Show adjoins security event IFSEC and Safety & Health Expo, all taking place at the NEC Birmingham from 12/13-15 May 2008. For more information on the event and to register for free entry, please visit www.thefacilitiesshow.com. Companies interested in exhibiting at the 2008 event should contact Darren Gilchriest, at dgilchriest@cmpi.biz or on +44 (0) 20 7921 8087.
IFSEC covers every aspect of the security industry. The Security Guarding and Support Services product area is of particular interest to FM’s, representing the full range if people-based security and training solutions. Visit www.ifsec.com for more information

Safety & Health Expo is Europe’s largest annual health and safety event, with key features including 3 seminar theatres with over 55 hours of educational content, Myths & Realities; a brand new interactive feature designed to expose the true dangers to your health & safety and Access Live (Access Industry Forum); where you can discover how working at height can be effectively managed. Visit www.safety-health-expo.co.uk for more information.


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