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2010 Forum Day – bigger and better than ever

April 15, 2010

This year's annual TRA Forum Day will take place on Friday 9th July at a familiar venue, the St John's Hotel, Solihull.

Bigger and better than ever, this year's event is adding a morning Workshop dedicated to introducing tyre retailers to the opportunities offered by the industry's Responsible Recycler Scheme. The Workshop will preceed the established ‘Forum' programme which will follow in the afternoon and the TRA will this year organise its own Tyre Industry Dinner and Cabaret for the evening.

The TRA Forum Day has become an important annual event for Britain's tyre recovery business attracting large numbers of participants not only from the wider tyre industry itself but from many in Government, Regulation and Enforcement.

The theme of the 2010 event will be ‘Regulation and Opportunity' and will consider the many regulatory challenges and infrastructure threats we presently face. A preview programme is already available and the full speaker line-up will be published shortly.

For more details contact Christine Joyce on 0845 301 6852 or download a pre-registration form.

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The Swinging 60's
This year's event has a distinct ‘60'S' theme which includes the thrill and excitement of the casino tables, great live entertainment and a special performance by ‘Tamlin'.

The Dinner will be held on Friday, 9th July at the St John's Hotel, Solihull. As well as great entertainment there will be a special raffle offering some truly fabulous prizes all thanks to the generous support from our sponsors who already include:

  • Abricon Ltd
  • Credential Ltd
  • Charles Lawrence International Ltd
  • DME Tyres Ltd
  • JPM Insurance Ltd
  • Michelin Tyre Plc
  • Red Marlin Communications
  • Sapphire Energy Recovery Ltd
  • Tyre Trade News
  • Vellco Ltd
  • Vredestein UK Ltd
  • Yokohama H.P.T. Ltd

Awards will also be presented for contributions to the tyre industry and will include the inaugural Michelin Innovation Award, presented to the company or individual deemed to have delivered the most significant innovation in the field of the treatment, processing or use of end of life tyres.

The price for the dinner is £98.00 plus vat and £85.00 plus vat for partners.

Hotel rooms are available at the St John's Hotel, Solihull. The price
is £60.00 plus vat per single room, £82.00 plus vat per twin/double this includes deluxe rooms that will be allocated on a first come fist served basis.

There will be a STRICTLY LIMITED NUMBER of places available
for this exclusive event. If you would like to be there I urge you to book early, or be disappointed.

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Tyre recyclers to be recognised with innovation award

April 15, 2010

Leading companies and individuals involved in the treatment, processing or use of end of life tyres are set to have their efforts recognised by the industry for the first time. The inaugural Michelin Innovation Award will be presented at the Tyre Recovery Association's (TRA) annual dinner on Friday 9th July. The award will be presented to the company or person judged to have made the most significant innovation in this key area of the industry.

Companies wishing to be considered for the award are required to complete a brief entry form – download here.

Within the submission entrants must give a brief outline of their innovation, explain how it is new or different and provide results which demonstrate its success and impact.

The awards presentation will be the culmination of a day of activities for the tyre industry following the TIF Responsible Recycler Scheme workshop and the TRA annual forum to be held earlier in the day at the same venue in Solihull. For further details about the Michelin Innovation Award or bookings for the forum day and industry dinner, contact Christine Joyce on 0845 301 6852.

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Three Arrests in Crackdown by the EA

April 5, 2010

The arrests were made by the police as part of 'Operation Hemlock' – an Environment Agency investigation into the illegal handling and disposal of tyres across the country. Environmental Crime officers are targeting sites where volumes of poor quality tyre bales are being illegally handled.

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