Over 100 experts to speak at this year’s Flood Expo

Flood Expo - NEC Birmingham - 14 & 15 September 2022

Organiser of Flood Expo, Roar B2B, has announced the two-day event in September will play host to more than 100 expert speakers, across 60 CPD accredited sessions, covering key topics within flood prediction, prevention and response.

The broad programme is split across four theatres, which provides unrivalled insight for; the UK’s 333 local authorities, the Environment Agency, civil engineering firms, the construction sector, property and estate managers and the emergency services.

Dedicated theatres include: Forecasting and Prediction, Infrastructure and Drainage, and Property Flood Resilience and the Keynote. 

The revamped layout of the exhibition floor will allow suppliers to showcase their solutions in a live environment. This year, the event welcomes the likes of NOAQ who will host hands on demonstrations of their flood barriers in addition to organisations, property defence solutions and sustainable urban drainage solutions. Visitors will also be able to get up close and personal with large machinery and vehicles such as excavators and emergency response boats.

The Flood Expo is free to attend and runs alongside the Contamination & Geotech Expo, Resource and Waste Management and Letsrecycle Live which combine to form the UK’s largest event for the environmental sector. Together the events will welcome more than 12,000 environmental professionals and over 800 exhibitors. 

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.

The event is due to take place at the NEC, Birmingham on 14 & 15 September.

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




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