CRUK

Carpet Recycling UK Annual Conference, Dinner and Awards (10 – 11 July)

  • 23 May 2024

Registration has opened for Carpet Recycling UK’s (CRUK) eagerly-awaited Annual Conference at the voco® St. John’s Solihull (10 – 11 July 2024). Here, collaboration across the flooring sector will be the main focus.

With a booking deadline of June 28, CRUK’s two-day event offers its members and wider network dissemination and networking opportunities for UK, EU and international decision makers from across the supply chain.

Representing 85% of the UK market, through their 138-strong membership, 17 key manufacturers and distributors and extensive UK-wide and international outreach, CRUK is helping the sector on its sustainability journey to reduce and recycle textile flooring waste while developing opportunities to create circularity within the sector through a more design for recycling-led approach.

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Comprehensive programme

The comprehensive programme will cover important updates on legislation and policy affecting the sector within the UK, EU and US plus updates on technology and research projects and EPR structures. Other topics to be explored include how collaboration across the wider flooring sector can help the sector advance to become more efficient and effective when it comes to the management of waste and sustainability.

A panel of industry experts and invited keynote speakers will deliver insightful presentations and discussions throughout the event. This year the conference will also provide sponsorship opportunities for organisations to highlight and promote their brand’s eco-friendly credentials and demonstrate their commitment to sustainability within the wider sector. Additionally, there will be a dedicated exhibitor area for companies to showcase their innovative products and services.

The evening event will allow for greater networking and collaboration opportunities, a relaxed evening meal followed by the popular Carpet Recycling UK annual awards. The awards have been developed to recognise and reward companies and organisations who are taking voluntary and proactive action to demonstrate and drive sustainability in the carpet and textile flooring sector.

Categories

The categories are Reuse/Recycling Project of the Year, Most Sustainable Product of the Year, Circular Economy Initiative of the Year. For the first time, these categories are open to members and non-members. To register for the conference and awards please visit the links below.

Adnan Zeb-Khan, CRUK Scheme Manager, comments: “Our comprehensive two-day conference programme will explore the important issues affecting the sector today and possible future developments and changes. Our range of expert speakers have been carefully selected and identified to provide you with the most up-to-date knowledge and information, making it a must-attend event.

“We are looking forward to welcoming lots of familiar and new faces at our 2024 Conference where we can network and identify opportunities and see what others in the wider flooring sector are having to deal with helping us to become better prepared in the future.”

CRUK’s 17 core members are Balsan, Betap, Brintons Carpets, Condor Group, Cormar Carpets, ege Carpets, Furlong Flooring, Gradus, Headlam Group, IVC Commercial, Likewise Floors, Milliken, Modulyss, Rawson Carpet Solutions, Shaw, Tarkett and Victoria Group. They are taking voluntary producer responsibility for the products they place on the market and striving to reduce waste in production as well as for their customers, helping to create cost savings.

For more information, including details about the 2024 Conference and Awards event, email: [email protected] or visit www.carpetrecyclinguk.com and go to the events section.

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