The organisers of this year’s MCERTS air and emissions monitoring conference and exhibition are urging delegates to plan their visit carefully because, with a new larger venue, the 2011 event is set to be the busiest yet.
MCERTS 2011 will take place at the Telford International Centre on 30th and 31st March and focus on the regulations, techniques, standards and technologies that relate to emissions monitoring and gas detection.
Alongside the main Conference featuring a raft of high-profile speakers, visitors will also be able to choose from more than 60 walk-in/walk-out training Workshops on applications and methods. Additionally over 50 major companies, featuring almost all of the world's leading suppliers of emissions monitoring equipment and services, will be exhibiting over the two days.
Expressing the importance of advance planning for a visit to MCERTS 2011, organiser Marcus Pattison says 'The Conference presentations are repeated on both days so that visitors can make the most of the help and advice that will be available. Every visitor has an interest in testing and monitoring so most of the Conference presentations, many of the workshops and almost all of the exhibition stands are likely to be of interest – it is vitally important therefore, that visitors should allocate sufficient time to fully exploit the opportunities that will be available.”
Entry to MCERTS 2011 will cost £55 for a one day pass or £100 for a two day pass. This will entitle visitors to attend the exhibition and all conference and workshop sessions. Onsite parking is also included and free lunches and refreshments are provided. To register visit www.mcerts.uk.com