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Posted on September 19th, 2011

RWM Exhibition a major success

Hot on the heels of the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA) exhibition in July, PROjEN have been astounded at the even bigger success of the Recycling and Waste Management (RWM) exhibition at Birmingham’s NEC held between 13th and 15th September. Over 4 Halls were dedicated to the recycling and waste management sector and PROjEN were exhibiting their wide range of services supplied to the Waste, Energy, AD/Biogas and the Process industries. The company’s stand was manned by members a number of PROjEN’s BioEnergy team, and was headed by PROjEN’s BioEnergy Divisional Manager, Shane Pugh.

Shane commented “I thought the ADBA exhibition was a fantastic experience where our clients identified our service as both more encompassing and a more pragmatic approach to AD/Biogas and general energy from waste solutions. However, the increased size of this exhibition and the greater visitor numbers was amazing. As I often say, Project Management is our day job and our 30 plus years of process plant design and build, coupled with our market leading AD/Biogas/Waste to Energy knowledge and our lack of ties to any particular technology has really touched a nerve with many. The act of completing the project on time, to budget, safely and utilising the best and most suitable technology available has been shown on many projects to be not as easy as many have claimed”.

During the show, the Company was able to discuss with clients all aspects of the design and build process including planning and permitting, detailed design, construction, commissioning and training aspects. As well as Project Management and Design and Build services, the company exhibited supplementary services such as DSEAR/ATEX support, Functional Safety, Laser Scanning/3D Visualisations and Hazop Chairing.

John Taylor, PROjEN’s Chairman commented “Unlike many new start-up energy companies we have been around since 1978 and have delivered thousands of successful projects in a variety of process and energy markets. Our reputation is second to none in both project delivery and health and safety and although there is always need for new blood in any industry, there has to be substance behind the claims. We were delighted to be at the show and to discuss the range of waste and energy to waste services we provide and we were really impressed with both the volume and quality of enquiries. Our experience, practical advice and non-political approach to business was something seen as different by many we spoke to. The seemingly ever increasing rises in fuel costs continues to raise the profile of our industry and we look forward to even more work in this essential market sector”.

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