One month to go until RWM 2018 Exhibition

Just over a month to go until the RWM 2018 exhibition, the leading UK event for Resource and Waste Management professionals that takes place at the NEC on 12th and 13th September.

CPL Industries will be exhibiting for the first time at this important show, on stand 5A61, to showcase our novel HTC (hydrothermal carbonisation) technology that can convert high-moisture green waste into renewable biocoals, for use in our smokeless fuel production at our Immingham site. 

Our HTC facility is the first of its kind in the UK, and represents a genuinely new option for dealing with biomass waste streams, such as food/agricultural waste and AD digestate.

Come and talk to the CPL team to find out more about this novel technology and discuss areas of possible future collaboration.

The RWM event is run in partnership with the CIWM (Chartered Institute of Waste Management) and is expected to attract more than 12,000 visitors across the two days. RWM also boasts 500 exhibitors and 350 seminars. 

Attendance at the show is free – tickets can be obtained via the following link:

CPL’s Activated Carbons subsidiary will again be exhibiting at the RWM event, on stand 5B76, where you can find out about their range of carbons and related environmental protection services for air and water purification.

CPL Industries

We have been manufacturing smokeless fuel since the 1940s, but since then, the company has grown to encompass a range of industries from charcoal and activated carbon, to refractory repairs and renewable energy. Our wealth of industry knowledge, combined with enormous manufacturing capabilities and a team of expert staff has helped to position us at the forefront of the European solid fuel industry.

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