Latest News From ETRA 

Anagennisi Seminar - Rome
In co-operation with ETRA, the Anagennisi Project will be holding a free seminar in Rome on the 29th November.

This event will present experimental and analytical work undertaken in FP7 European funded Anagennisi project and open discussion with industry on their needs.

For full details follow THIS link.
ETRA Represented at MERAS
Meet ETRA, represented by Vice President Robert Weibold at MERAS VIII - 8th Middle East Recycling Symposium in Ras Al Khaimah on 20/21 Nov. and  http://www.walidhikmat.com/events/   and also at BIG5 - the biggest construction show in the Middle East, held in Dubai from 21-24 Nov. https://www.thebig5.ae/
Contact us to arrange a meeting and discuss about how ETRA can help to develop your business in the MENA region. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.+32 2 734 37 27
See the News section for full details.
ETRA Responds to German Proposals
The ETRA response to the German proposals to ban TDM from construction is now available in the Lobbying Menu, or directly here.

24th Annual Conference Call for Papers

Defining the Circular Economy for Tyre Recycling

First Call for papers now available



 ETRA - The European Tyre Recycling Association


Welcome to the home of the leading organisation respresenting the tyre and rubber recycling industry in Europe.  ETRA is the only pan-European body that represents the independent tyre recycling sector in Europe. ETRA represents the industry in Brussels and is a key co-ordinator in a number of research projects, assisting in joining partners, applying for funding and working to bring new solutions to old problems, bringing research and industry together to target high value solutions. ETRA is involved in developing a wider awareness of tyre rec
Matchmaking Eventycling and the uses to which tyre derived materials can be put to. Driving the recycling process up the hierarchy towards higher value projects.
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 ETRA organises a number of events each year with the aim of developing awareness of the potential of tyre derived materials as new raw materials as an alternative to using valuable natural resources, or as the base raw material for new ways of producing high value products such as Silicon Carbide, for example.A key area of interest is in the use of recycled rubber materials in civil engineering and this is highlighted at the "flex in the city" seminars.















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