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As we look ahead in 2022, face to face events will provide a crucial platform for contamination, geotechnical and connected sectors to connect and share experiences. 

On 14-15 September, The Contamination & Geotech Expo will welcome 3000+ visitors to the NEC, Birmingham with the opportunity to see live demonstrations, engage with expert speakers across 60 CPD sessions, participate in a range of exclusive free to attend networking events, and enjoy the buzz and festival atmosphere of the on-site pub, street food market and live music. 

Learning & Knowledge Sharing 

Over the course of the two days, the event will play host to more than 100 expert speakers, across 60 CPD accredited session, covering key topics within land remediation, brownfield regeneration, air quality, waste and contaminated water and hazardous materials. 

The broad programme is split across four theatres, which provides unrivalled insight for; the UK’s 333 local authorities, Government Agencies, civil engineering firms, the construction and demolitions sectors, hazardous removal and treatment, compliance and much more. 

Dedicated theatres include: Land Remediation & Geotech, Wastewater and Clean Air, Hazardous Materials and the Keynote. 


With innovation at the heart of the exhibition, the revamped layout of the exhibition floor provides space for ground-breaking suppliers to showcase their solutions in a live environment. This year, the event welcomes new features such as the Drilling Rig Zone, engaging with the drilling rig industry and associations. 

The UK’s largest environmental event 

The Expo is free to attend and runs alongside the Flood Expo, Resource and Waste Management and Letsrecycle Live events, which combine to form the UK’s largest event for the environmental sector. 

In September, the co-located events will welcome more than 12,000 environmental professionals and over 800 exhibitors. 

Social & Networking Events 

However, The Contamination and Geotech Expo and co-located events are more than just an exhibition. In addition to the seminars, exhibits and demonstrations, visitors can enjoy the festival atmosphere of the on-site pub, street food market and take part in a host of exclusive, free to attend networking events. 

This year also sees the introduction of the Local Authority & Agency Lounge, allowing visitors to network with colleagues and discuss challenges and innovative schemes being implemented in their local areas and beyond. 

To find out more and register your interest visit the website here.