Tire Recycling Forum to return to the Tire Cologne in 2020
Ewan Scott, the chief editor of Tyre and Rubber Recycling magazine, journalist and expert in global tire recycling sector, informs about that Tire Recycling Forum will be held again as a part of The Tire Cologne in 2020.
According to Ewan’s article in the Tyre and Rubber Recycling Magazine, the format of the event will stay similar. Tyre and Rubber Recycling has already spoken to a number of potential speakers who might wish to address the Forum across a range of tire recycling topics. As well as market analysis of the markets in Europe, India, China and the Americas, the team of Tire and Rubber Recycling hopes to have input from tire manufacturers or their representatives in EPR schemes.
There have been many commercial developments in a dynamic market over the past two tears and the conference organizers will reflect upon those developments with panels on micronised rubber, devulcanisation and tire pyrolysis.
The tire market can with current technology only address a maximum of 50% of arisings, so there needs to be discussion about the future markets for the unused element of tire arisings – especially in the light of tighter environmental controls on emissions and microplastics.
Tyre and Rubber Recycling welcomes input from potential speakers on any of the above subjects. Proposals can be submitted to the editor Ewan Scott through the magazine’s contact page or through Linkedin messaging.