CONICA LTD, formerly Charles Lawrence International, is the first company in the UK to be awarded a PAS 107 QP certificate for the way it manufactures, stores and distributes recycled rubber granulate created from waste tyres.
The Tyre Recovery Association’s (TRA) Recycling Day, a one-day conference and dinner organised in partnership with the Retread Manufacturers Association, was held at the Ardencote Manor, Warwickshire on Friday the 19th of June.
In December 2014 the Tyre Recovery Association (TRA) added a new Quality Protocol option to PAS 107 to support sustainable tyre recycling. After passing the audit and inspection process CONICA LTD was awarded the first ever Certificate of Qualification during the TRA’s Recycling Day conference on the 19th of June, in what represents a significant milestone for the tyre recycling and recovery industry.
The Tyre Recovery Association (TRA) is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a Recycling Day, by extending an invitation to the tyre industry, stakeholders and waste industries to participate. The event will be held in partnership with the Retread Manufacturers Association (RMA), and will take place at the Ardencote Manor Hotel, Warwickshire on 19th June 2015.
TRA adds Quality Protocol Option to PAS 107 – new standard will help sustainable tyre recycling
Proposals by the ESA – led ‘WISH’ group have been branded counter-intuitive and arrogant by Britain’s Tyre Recovery Association whose members handle more than three quarters of the country’s end-of-life tyre arisings.
The TRA is alarmed that registered exemption for waste tyres have reached record levels in England and Wales. Since 2012 the Association has been warning Ministers of the potential danger posed by weak supervision of exempt sites.
Munich based Serafin Group has acquired UK based companies Charles Lawrence International Ltd and Playtop Licensing Ltd. The transaction was completed on the 18th October 2013. The full press release can be viewed here
A Soham man caught carrying scrap illegally has been fined £750 and ordered to pay £2,000 costs at Bury St Edmunds Magistrates’ Court today (Tues).
An illegal waste operator has been sentenced at Banbury Magistrates’ Court (2, July 2013) to a total of eight months imprisonment and ordered to pay costs of £9,449 for waste offences.