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Sustainabilitylive! pulls in the crowds

Sustainabilitylive! - the UK's largest energy, water and environment event - once again proved a resounding success with leading energy, water, land and sustainable business exhibitions all under one roof attracting large crowds at the NEC, Birmingham from 22 to 24 May 2012.
There was positive feedback on the high quality of visitors and the fact that all major industry names were represented. Many of the seminars were standing room only, with attendance at all six conference theatres now counting towards delegates' Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

Damien Smith, a visitor, posted: 'Inspired after visiting Sustainability Live, great behavioural change seminars.'

Charlie Fairfield from Edinburgh Napier University, said: 'Excellent networking event - all the right people from industry present, would thoroughly recommend academic/R&D staff to visit future Sustainability Live events.'

Sustainabilitylive! comprises the National Energy Management Exhibition, the International Water and Effluent Exhibition, Brownfield Expo, and Sustainable Business - The Event.

HEVAR - the heating, ventilating and air conditioning show - was also co-located under the same roof.

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7 June 2012

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