skip to Main Content

Tyre Recycling Forum Day 2018: Tyre Recycling in Tomorrow’s World

The Tyre Recycling Forum will this year be held on 7 March 2018 at the Belfry Hotel & Resort in the West Midlands. To book your place, please fill in the form below.

Registration will be at 10:00am with the Forum starting at 10:30am. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

The theme for this year’s event is ‘Tyre Recycling for Tomorrow’s World’ with guests from around Europe and from the UK discussing the direction of tyre recycling in the future.

Our Forum Day is a key event in the tyre recycling calendar so I do hope you will be with us on March 7th. The Venue this year is The Belfry Hotel & Resort, Wishaw in the West Midlands.

Topics to be discussed at the forum include the NTDA and TRA’s which will provide a fully-audited accreditation for tyres being offered for resale as part worn tyres. The programme will be introduced by Alan Bithell.

Gary Walker from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) will also talk on the evolving partnership between TRA and SEPA. Howard Leberman from the Environment Agency will talk about the role of the regulator and discuss the proposed new charging regime for operators.

NTDA chairman Stefan Hay will also talk about the importance of shared responsibility in the tyre industry. Arihant Singhi from Gemini Corporation will also speak at the forum, providing a global perspective extending to Australia and New Zealand as well as the USA and Europe on issues such as threats and opportunities relating to ECT exports, trans frontier shipments of waste, regulatory barriers and of course the potential impact of ‘Brexit’.

Participation is without charge but if you would like to register your intention to join with us on the day it would help us manage numbers at what is inevitably a sell ‘out’ event. We will also send you advance notice of the final speaker line up.

Please make a diary date now, our Forum Day is essential listening for everyone in the UK tyre industry as well as the recycling media, our regulators and fellow association colleagues at home and abroad.

Back To Top