EIC renews ties with Contamination Expo

The Environmental Industries Commission is pleased to announce its renewed partnership with the Contamination Expo Series. This highly anticipated event will be taking place on 12 & 13 September at the NEC Birmingham, the show’s brand-new location for 2018.

The Contamination Expo Series is a great opportunity for environmental professionals seeking the latest in strategies, techniques and technologies being used to tackle contamination. Featuring seven zones dedicated to land remediation, hazardous materials, spill response, clean air technology, waste water, nuclear decommissioning and geotechnical engineering, the Contamination Expo Series is one of Europe’s leading contamination based exhibitions,, and the Environmental Industries Commission is pleased to be a partner of the event.

The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) is a trade association for the environmental sector and works to ensure that environmental policies are thoughtful and progressive, regulations are enforced, and that innovation is rewarded. It exists to ensure the UK business environmental sector can operate effectively to support and improve the environment.

The Contamination Expo Series 2018 is expecting over 3,500 visitors, ranging from local authorities and councils to some of the leading names in the industry. The show already has a line-up of 50 cutting-edge supplier exhibitors, all with the aim of providing products and services to support those working within these seven contamination sectors.

The Contamination Expo Series will be running alongside Marine and Coastal Civil Engineering Expo, Flood Expo, Future Resource Expo and Recycling and Waste Management, each show offering their own line up of top class exhibitors and speakers for this year’s event.

The Environmental Industries Commission are delighted to be working with the Contamination Expo Series for another year.

To discuss the opportunity of exhibiting at this year’s event, email Events Director Daniel Rogers or call 0117 990 2005.


By |2018-04-30T10:53:22+01:00April 26th, 2018|Press release|