The Contamination Expo Series May Update
The Contamination Expo Series has gone from strength to strength over the last few months, with requests to exhibit continuing to flood in. Some of the latest specialist suppliers to add their name to the growing list of innovative exhibitors includes International Spill Accreditation Association, the Landmark Information Group, the LK Group, Deconta, Aspect Contracts, and more.
This continued growth is in part down to the establishment of the Contamination Expo Series as one of the most influential events in the environmental sector.
Nowhere else can the key decision makers from the world’s most relied upon specialist consultancies, the greatest property owners, and the largest construction companies meet to discover the most innovative products, services, and strategies set to change the way they prevent and manage the contamination of land, water, and air.
This show’s rapidly growing reputation has been reinforced by the support of the Environmental Agency – who will be offering advice, guidance, and support from their Environment Agency Networking Area.
In recent weeks, we’ve seen an influx of high profile decision makers from large organisations registering for tickets including those from councils, major construction companies, large land owners, spill response groups, and more.
This increase has been aided by the rapid growth of the neighbouring Marine & Coastal Civil Engineering Expo, which is set to break record exhibitor and visitor numbers. The relationship between the two shows has furthered the enthusiasm for the show.
I can announce that the Contamination Expo Series Innovation Award 2017 will be contested at the show. The winner will be named and presented with the accolade at the event. If you would like to be considered as a finalist for this award, make sure you contact me as soon as possible.
If you're interested in exhibiting your products or services to the most comprehensive audience of contamination professionals and key decision makers, contact me on +44 (0)1179 902 005 or email@example.com.