Cologne 18.–20.05.2021 #thetirecologne

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Recycling Forum and Recycling Chain

The importance of sustainable tire recycling strategies continues to grow on a worldwide basis. The Recycling Forum, now in its second edition, aims to provide a focal point for the global tire recycling sector to meet and discuss the key issues of the day.

Hosted by the leading international journal Tyre & Rubber Recycling, the Forum focuses on a series of presentations from prominent tire recycling experts from around the world, in order to provide a balanced view of the latest trends and developments across global markets.

We will welcome speakers from Europe, the USA, South America, Australia and Asia, covering subjects from pyrolysis to micronisation, and from devulcanisation to rubberised asphalt.

The Recycling Forum is located in Hall 9 on a large special area with an exhibition on the subject of end products made from recycled tires. The forum is a source of information for the entire tire and rubber recycling community and offers the ideal opportunity for networking.

Programme contents:

  • Spot on international markets with speakers from India, Australia, South America and Europe
  • Process panel for pyrolysis, devulcanisation, micronisation and asphalt rubber coating
  • Sustainability Panel

Recycling Chain

The Recycling Chain exhibition this time focuses on end products made from recycled tyres. What else does the tyre produce? Which industries use products made from used tyres? How big is the respective market?

The exhibition gives you an insight into innovative solutions for different industries.

The main market share is made up of special underground surfaces for the sports sector. But materials made from recycled tyres also play a major role in the construction industry and in the transport segment. Research is currently underway into workable solutions for the recyclability of rubber as a component for new tires. The future market?

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