Registration opens for No-Dig Live 2022

This September sees No-Dig Live 2022, the world’s leading event in the trenchless industry’s calendar, taking place once more at the East of England Arena and Events Centre in Peterborough.

Now in its 16th year No-Dig Live between 13-15 September will be the place to be to find out about the latest in No-Dig technology and practice – the best way to limit disruption while carrying out quality infrastructure installations and repairs. This is a chance to experience the best in No-Dig technology and catch up on industry research and leading edge thinking across situations where No-Dig can make a significant contribution to the UK’s services and infrastructure.

No-Dig Live attracts attendees from across Europe and indeed the world, including local government officers, procurement professionals, project managers and engineers – in short, anyone who’s business can benefit from trenchless technology and who needs to have their finger on the pulse of the No-Dig world.

Attendance at the event gives free access to a unique and wide-ranging exhibition, situated both in and outdoors, and featuring live demonstrations of the latest and most effective No-Dig technology. Exhibitors from every area of the No-Dig industry will be at the event, including suppliers and solution providers from asset management, new installation, rehabilitation, and replacement alongside many of the industry’s support and accessory providers. The United Kingdom Society for Trenchless Technology (UKSTT) will be supporting the event – the only membership organisation solely dedicated to promoting the use of trenchless technology in the UK.

Alongside the exhibition there will be an extensive seminar programme offering courses, insights and discussions around the trenchless industry and practice. JBP Trenchless Training will be on hand providing their comprehensive coursers from the industry’s finest and experienced tutors

Other organisations running industry discussions include The Green Alliance and UKSTT. In the case of the former, No-Dig Live will see the culmination of recent online discussions about the industry’s drive towards net zero and its work to reduce environmental impact. Meanwhile UKSTT will be holding a Sewerage Solutions Panel bringing together members of the Sewer Rehabilitation Contact Group and UKSTT Patrons to discuss the challenges they face.

Many seminar sessions are free for anyone who wants to listen in on current thinking in the industry or wants to make their voice heard as the industry moves forward. With discussions ranging from new excavation methods to the experience and careers of women in the trenchless industry.

Paul Harwood, Managing Director of event organisers Westrade Group Ltd, and Publisher of Trenchless Works states that this year’s exhibition and conference will be a highly influential event for the trenchless market and provide a unique platform for the global industry.

“This year’s event is now the biggest in its history,” he says, “with even more companies still to be added to the exhibition. The event will unite the trenchless community and provide leading-edge innovation, knowledge, and business opportunities, whilst promoting a more sustainable environment around the world.”

Further details can be found here and registration for attendance is free.



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