Clearview South November 2013 - Issue 144 - Page 29

diarydates DIARY DATES Clearview welcomes news of all your industry events. Please send all details, complete with contact numbers and website addresses, to: REPLAST 2013: Plastics Recycling Conference 6th November 2013, Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, 1 Carlton House Terrace, London REPLAST 2013 is the 6th Annual BPF Recycling Conference featuring panel debates, survey results and a keynote address on the coalition government’s position on plastics recycling, this is your chance to learn about the latest ideas and developments that will affect the recycling industry. Who should attend? This seminar is aimed at individuals and companies involved in all parts of the plastics recycling supply chain. It will be of special interest to recyclers looking to understand how to expand the plastics recycling industry in the UK. REPLAST_2013.aspx NHIC Annual Awards 2013 21st November 2013, Gladstone Library, One Whitehall Place, London SW1 Entries are now invited from across a spectrum of housing modernisation projects and associated activities such as energy efficiency, renewable technologies, safety and design. Entry is free by visiting and clicking on NHIC Awards 2013 to register and select an appropriate category. The straight forward entry form can be completed online and must be submitted with any supporting documents by the closing date Monday 14th October 2013. Retrofit London Greenbuild EXPO glasstec 2014 6th December 2013 Business Design Centre, London Driving retrofit in London is the ultimate prize, with more than 12 million homes in and around the capital requiring retrofit. After the successful delivery of the RE:NEW programme to deliver simple energy efficiency measures to households free of charge, London Mayor Boris Johnson has pledged to ‘drive large scale delivery over the next four years. The day is jam packed with presentations and workshops with time set aside to network and explore the exhibits and retrofit clinics. 7th & 8th May 2014, Manchester Central The UK’s newest sustainable building and refurbishment event, an essential and informative event for the construction industry covering everything from training opportunities and renewable technologies to sustainable materials and legislation updates. 21 to 24 October 2014, Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre, Germany (Incorporating solarpeq – International Trade Fair for Solar Production Equipment) The world’s largest glass trade fair, glasstec stands out with its unique array of different ranges across all stages of the value chain as well as its versatile special themes and conferences. From June 2013 interested companies can register for glasstec 2014, which will once again become the global meeting point for decisionmakers from throughout the “glass world”. Fensterbau frontale 2014 26 – 29 March 2014, Nuremburg, Germany The wish for more sustainability and comfort continues to drive innovation in the window, door and facade construction sector. Architects, tradesmen, manufacturers and the trade meet at fensterbau/frontale to discuss how aesthetics and design trends can be reconciled with energy-efficient building. One main focus is on solutions for the automation of solar protection, locking systems or roller shutters. Some 99,000 visitors and 1,276 exhibitors in 2012 made fensterbau/frontale in combination with HOLZHANDWERK an impressive highlight for the industry. The new hall 3A will provide even more display space in 2014. The FiT Show 2014: The Next Installation 10-12 June 2014 Telford International Centre, Following a sensational launch that was embraced by exhibitor and visitor alike when the inaugural event too k place last April, the doors of The Fabricator Installer Trade (FIT) Show will once again be flung open between 10-12 June 2014 to the nation’s finest window, door and conservatory fabricators, installers and specifiers, providing the perfect opportunity for the industry to network against the backdrop of the latest and greatest products, services and brands, at the only showcase organised specifically for the UK glass and glazing industry. To read more, visit NOV 2013 29