The 2017 BIR World Recycling Convention attracts delegates from 760 member companies in over seventy countries to consider the challenges and opportunities facing the global scrap metal and recycling industries.

The BIR World recycling convention; India 14-16 October

The Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) represents world leaders in the supply of raw materials and is the largest international recycling federation, which means that its international conventions are an important barometer of global recycling.

Over 300 recycling executives from global recycling companies will gather in New Delhi to consider the industry’s short-term challenges and set the agenda for continued global growth of scrap metal and other recycling commodities.

Nick Brannan, the manager of our Liverpool based recycling team will join BIR UK members to represent the interests of our clients and the domestic industry, raising the issues that concern you most.

The NGL team are available for meetings during the convention, so EMAIL us to arrange a meeting at your convenience.

We are eager to represent the interests of our customers and the UK recycling sector, so please also EMAIL us with any issue that are causing you concern and we will seek feedback at the convention.

About BIR

The Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) represents over 760 companies and national associations – world leaders in the supply of raw materials – from more than 70 countries, which makes it the largest international recycling federation.

The BIR lobbies governmental, trade and transport bodies on behalf its members and provides a forum for members to share knowledge and experience.

Its primary purpose is to create successful business relations and promote recycling among global industry sectors and policy makers.

Norman Global Logistics have been active members of BIR for many years, using our industry knowledge to represent the interests of our clients and support the effective and economic shipment of their raw materials.