Jul 26, 2023

Early Registration for 2023 Rubber Recycling Symposium Extended to August 8

Cambridge, Ontario; July 26, 2023—The Tire and Rubber Association of Canada (https://tracanada.ca/) is pleased to announce that the deadline to register at the “Early Bird” price for the highly anticipated Rubber Recycling Symposium has been extended to August 8.

The “Early Bird” pricing is an attractive option for industry professionals interested in attending the event. By registering early, attendees can rest assured they receive the best value and can start planning their visit to the Lord Nelson Hotel in Halifax, on October 4-5. See event details, register, and book hotel!

The biennial Rubber Recycling Symposium is one of the largest events of its kind. With thought-provoking panels and ample networking opportunities, the event provides a hub where industry leaders can interact and work toward cooperative development of environmentally and fiscally sustainable rubber recycling industry. The event aims to shed light on both the exciting developments and the challenging issues in sustainable tire production, and End-of-Life (ELT) tire management, and market development. It serves as a platform for industry professionals to gather and exchange knowledge, experiences, and best practices in tire and rubber recycling.

The 2023 sessions will focus on:

  • Global legislative challenges to ELT management,
  • Tire manufacturers’ drive to sustainability,
  • Emerging technologies and challenges in tire and rubber recycling,
  • Extended Producer Responsibility models across Canada,
  • Rubber Modified Asphalt, Tire Derived Aggregate, and other material recovery applications,
  • CEO Panel, and more.

Should you have questions regarding the event, please contact Michal Majernik, [email protected].

About TRAC:

The Tire and Rubber Association of Canada (https://tracanada.ca/) is the national trade association representing tire makers, rubber products manufacturers and importers as well as rubber recyclers and suppliers of goods and services related to the industry. TRAC helps shape public policy that supports tire and rubber industry innovation, performance, safety, and sustainability including end-of-life tire management.

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