International Tyre, Rubber and Recycling Federation (ITRRF)
1958 London UK
1958, London (UK), as International Waste Rubber and Plastics Federation -- Fédération internationale des déchets en caoutchouc et plastique, deriving from a UK national organization set up in 1948. Name changed, 1968, to International Rubber and Plastics Federation (IRPF). Subsequently changed title to International Tyre, Rubber and Plastics Federation (ITRPF) -- Fédération internationale du caoutchouc, pneumatique et du plastique, 1983. Merged into 'Retread Tire Association (RTA)', 1 Jan 2012.
Further the interests of waste tyre, rubber and plastics dealers, new and remould tyre dealers, rubber compounders, plastics and rubber recyclers and remoulders in the exercise of their trade; promote settlement of any dispute; foster technical knowledge.
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General Meeting (annual). Executive Committee, consisting of President, 2 Vice-Presidents, 3 Sectional Chairmen, Treasurer and Secretary.
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