Event partners

ENDS Waste & Bioenergy

ENDS Waste & Bioenergy provides regular, daily news and comment on policy, technology, business, market and environmental developments in the energy-from-waste, biomass energy and biogas energy sectors in Europe, informed by a live database of 1000+ projects and companies. Get detailed analysis of the sector at endswasteandbioenergy.com and the latest news via daily or weekly channel specific bulletins, tailored to your needs. Plus our new monthly EWB Insight report gives you a succinct roundup of market trends plus highlights of key active projects each month. Take a free trial here.

Energy Now

Energy Now magazine provides farmers and landowners with the independent information required to identify, set up and maintain the most suitable renewable energy scheme(s). Published every 2 months for the past 7 years Energy Now includes news and developments from the biogas, wind, hydro, solar, biomass, biofuels and heat pump sectors, giving insight and practical guidance on the opportunities available, as well as the best practices in energy management.


Food and Drink International

Food & Drink International is the voice of the food and drink industry, devoted to informative and authoritative news and opinion which helps companies get one step ahead of their competitors. Highly topical, it frequently reflects the increased interest in renewable energy.

Its authoritative features are the perfect location to promote your products and services to some 63,000 subscribers across the UK and Europe, in addition to many thousands more on our website at www.fdiforum.net and the numerous events at which the magazine is distributed, such as UK AD & Biogas. There’s no better platform to reach the major names in the industry.



The NFU champions British farming and provides professional representation and services to its Farmer and Grower members.

As farmers and growers, you need someone to give British farming a voice, so what you’re most passionate about can be continuously protected and shaped. You need someone who can offer you advice and services that are actually of real value to you.The NFU is that someone. We’re your trade association, providing professional representation on the issues that affect you most. Our objectives are to champion farming in England and Wales and to provide professional representation and service to Farmer & Grower members.

The NFU has 55,000 members across England and Wales.There are around 83,000 farm holdings which are greater than 50 acres of land. These belong to full time farmers. Many farmers have more than one holding.The NFU estimates that more than 70 per cent of full time farmers are NFU members.


Recycling & Waste Word

Recycling & Waste Word is the essential read for the waste management and recycling sectors. Published every Thursday, it keeps over 14,000 readers up to date with industry information, news and in-depth features. The magazine is published in a fresh, tabloid style that is topical and informative.

Our audience encompasses local authorities, waste management companies, government bodies, trade associations, specialist suppliers and recyclers of all materials including organic waste and composting.

Associated with the magazine are a range of conferences and events, providing senior-level information, networking and business development opportunities across the resource management and waste to energy sector.


Scottish Renewables

Scottish Renewables is a member organisation dedicated to strengthening business relationships and committed to securing the best possible environment for the growth of renewable energy in Scotland. 

Our shared ambition is to harness Scotland’s abundant natural resources to secure a future that will deliver on jobs, investment, energy security and climate change.

We work with our members, leading the debate and presenting a clear and united voice to decision makers, government and media and we welcome you to join us to maximise our industry’s potential for a brighter future.

The Sustainable Restaurant Association 

The Sustainable Restaurant Association is a not for profit membership organisation helping restaurants become more sustainable and diners make more sustainable choices when dining out.

We help restaurants source food more sustainably, manage resources more efficiently and work more closely with their community. And we help diners identify those restaurants doing the right thing. So, whether a diner’s sustainability concerns are about Sourcing, the Environment or Society, the SRA and its members are committed to a change for the better.



The Energy Industry Times

Today there is no shortage of information on issues related to energy – magazines, newsletters, national newspapers, email newsletters, dedicated Internet sites – the list goes on. Yet in this age of information overload, most professionals still take the time to read their favourite daily newspaper. The Energy Industry Times is a monthly newspaper dedicated to providing forward-looking reporting on the key issues driving this exciting sector. At last, an easy way to keep abreast of the latest news in the power and energy sectors – from a source you can trust. 

Waste Management Yearbook

For more than 20 years, the Waste Management Yearbook has been an authoritative voice for the UK's waste disposal, processing, recycling and refuse sector. Each edition of this annual publication offers a selection of thought-provoking articles from leading commentators, government and political bodies, environmental groups, academic establishments and institutions, and trade associations.  It also gives companies the opportunity to promote their products and services to a targeted audience.

The 2015 edition will address the key issues of the day; environmental concerns; political and legislative developments; market analysis; and the processes and technologies that are driving innovation. Waste Management Yearbook gives its readers and advertisers a vital competitive advantage as this dynamic sector continues to expand and to adapt to ever-changing financial, regulatory and environmental pressures.

For further information contact Lisa Hilton + 44 1625 667591 or visit www.wastemanagementnews.co.uk

Water & Sewerage Journal

Falling within the EAEM brand is the Water and Sewerage Journal, a quarterly semi hard backed gloss magazine and eBook. With an established 20 years' heritage, next year "2015"  marks a very special milestone our "25th Anniversary Year". The journal has gone from strength to strength as a leading title for the water and wastewater processing industries. The Water and Sewerage Journal prides itself on delivering up-to-date objective content from those spearheading developments within the water sector, covering areas such as waste-to-energy, sustainable water management plus updates on all the key technologies utilised across the water processing industry.

Water & Sewerage Journal strives to deliver a programme of current and objective content from those spearheading developments within the sector. It features regular contributions from leading organisations such as Ofwat, WRc, Cranfield University, CIWEM, National Sewerage Association, Association of Drainage Authorities, British Water, SBWWI, UKWTA, ICorr, Water Monitoring Association, the Environment Agency, experts from UK water companies and academics in the fie.

For further information contact Kim Robinson +44 1625 667640 or Lisa Hilton + 44 1625 667591 or visit www.waterjournal.co.uk