RWM 2017

RWM 2017

RWM is the leading community for the Waste, Energy, Recycling and Water sectors to network, learn and trade. With over 500 exhibitors and 11,000 visitors from the UK and international reach from retail, leisure, construction and demolition, manufacturing and government organisations to name a few. RWM is the only place these markets can truly collaborate for building a more resource efficient future.  

Join us on stand 5T111 at this year’s RWM and speak with our expert team regarding the new and exciting product launches from CASE CE and ECOHOG, as well as the revolutionary waste equipment from TEREX.

G-Series Wheel Loaders

CASE Construction Equipment has developed the quietest, most comfortable wheel loader cab, available across a new seven-model range of G-Series machines. The G-Series wheel loaders deliver the highest possible levels of visibility and control, providing operators with the perfect working environment to maximise productivity.

Tracked Eddy Current

The new Ecohog THM-ECS2000 has really made an impact, producing up to 40 tonne per hour, which is unequalled in today’s market. Enhancing further separation capability, the separator is the latest addition to the Ecohog range, a mobile Eddy Current Magnetic Separator with integrated vibrating pan, magnetic drum and stockpiling conveyors.

Terex Ecotec is an industry leader in the designing and manufacturing of wood processing, biomass and recycling equipment. Terex Ecotec offers a comprehensive range of whole tree chippers, horizontal grinders, trommels slow, medium & high speed shredders, recycling screens and waste handlers. The range of innovative machines provides efficient production, low operational costs and ease of maintenance for each customer. By expanding our territory as CASE CE dealers into the Midlands and growing the plant hire side of the business, Warwick Ward has now truly become a 'one stop shop' for all recycling equipment needs. So whatever your requirement, big or small, there is only one place you need to go, and that is Warwick Ward,