ArtsAutosBooksBusinessEducationEntertainmentFamilyFashionFoodGamesGenderHealthHolidaysHomeHubPagesPersonal FinancePetsPoliticsReligionSportsTechnologyTravel
  • »
  • Politics and Social Issues»
  • Environment & Green Issues

We are Green and YOU can Learn at PAWRS

Updated on July 20, 2011

Why did we do it and what do we do

The Plant and Waste Recycling Show 12/13/14 June 2012 Paignton, Devon

During 2008 and the following months many things changed for business and for individuals plus the idea for the inaugural PAWRS 2009 was conceived and by all accounts from Exhibitors and Visitors who attended they thoroughly enjoyed their favourite venue and PAWRS 2009 proved a great success.

Now 2012 will be the next show and as we move towards what we all hope will be a magnificent PAWRS 2012 it is on the 12/13/14 June 2012.

We have invited all Local Authority and County Council Officers to join us for the 27th year of waste and recycling at the Paignton venue which is the longest waste and recycling venue in the UK and Europe.

We are pleased to welcome back the South West Recycling Forum Conference which will run in conjunction with the Show.

There will be a number of exhibitors showing their ground breaking products and services to help change and maintain a Greener Environment.

As we all know this is a priority for all private and public sectors which is why we ensure everyone has the opportunity to speak face to face and try to find new solutions or to improve their waste and recycling strategy.

There is a constant need for technologies, plant, waste and recycling products to be updated to help everyone create a Greener Future.

Again in 2012 we will be hosting the PAWR Awards and if you would like any further information on these events or would like to nominate someone then please contact the PAWRS eco team.

Many exhibitors are already aware that the Plant And Waste Recycling Show Limited has fresh blood, new ideas and international exhibitors mixing with the usual band of loyal exhibitors at beautiful Paignton, Torbay, Devon, UK .

Our colleagues at Torbay Council are also ensuring that all Local Authority Waste Recycling officers are well aware the “Show Goes On” and all are concentrating on “Visitors For Exhibitors” Already many have registered on line from Overseas.

This Show brings out the best opportunities to do business and networking in the most congenial of surroundings that every exhibitor has come to know and love over the last 25 years of visiting Paignton seafront overlooking beautiful Torbay.

See the PAWRS website at and do not hesitate to email us if you have any ideas that you feel as an exhibitor or visitor will contribute to a great show in 2010.

The Show is commited to getting “Visitors For Exhibitors” and has dedicated it’s effort to ensure this occurs. There is space available but dwindling fast so now is the time to book and be there.

Many people who attend this Show know that business is done over a pie and a pint and this is what the Organisers recognise in ensuring this venue lives on as The Best Waste Recycling Show In The West.”

This is the best Show for business and family networking where business and pleasure can be one.

To come and join us at the show please register for your visitor badge at and we look forward to seeing everyone in sunny Devon and working this year towards a Greener Environment.

The PAWRS eco Team


    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    • profile image

      Chris 6 years ago

      Good to see someone is trying their best to educate us about green in a very warm way.


    • alanlsg profile image

      Alan Bowman 6 years ago from The World

      Hi FP

      Could not agree more and it is our generation who need to get stuck in to sort it out otherwise my kids, kids, kids will be the real sufferers and every other grandaddy too will know this if they read and understand.



    • The Frog Prince profile image

      The Frog Prince 6 years ago from Arlington, TX

      Alan - Recycling needs to be a way of life. There are some locales here that have built plants to burn garbage to turn it into power. As much trash as the human race generates it seems logical to do something with it besides bury it.

      Thanks for sharing. Up and useful.

      The Frog