9 July 2018 by Joshua Doherty

Watch football coming home at CARS, Stoneleigh

The last remaining tickets for letsrecycle.com’s CARS summer party are still available, allowing for an evening of relaxed networking while watching the next step of football’s journey home.

Sponsored by Hollander, the summer party will feature local ales and a gourmet BBQ, allowing people to relax, network and unwind following on from the first day of the free CARS and MRE trade show on Wednesday, July 11.


The England vs Croatia match will be shown at the summer party (picture: Shutterstock)

You can get your tickets for the summer party here. 

Organised by letsrecycle.com, the CARS and MRE show will see some of the biggest names in the cars recycling industry both in attendance and giving talks.

Metals and vehicles

CARS (Complete Auto Recycling Show) and MRE (Metal Recycling Event) is Europe’s leading event dedicated to vehicle and metal  recycling, with upwards of 1700 people expected to attend the two days.

Alongside talks, there will also be presentations from eBay, and tips for online business from SEO & Social companies Pelican Communications and Hot House Digital. Alongside this, there will also be a business doctors surgery running a range of seminars for small and medium sized businesses.

Ward Recycling will also be holding a live demonstration area, allowing visitors to see practical applications of products and machinery in their intended environment enabling you to discover which products could work for you.


A full list of speakers can be found on the programme for the two day event here.


CARS 2016 at Donnington Park, Derby

Artemis Hatzi Hull, DG Environment for end of life vehicles and batteries at the EU Commission, will headline the opening day at the CARS show on Wednesday in a hotly anticipated talk on the future of the end of life vehicle (ELV) market in Europe.

A whole host of other speakers will also be discussing topics ranging from Brexit to the future of dismantling.


Registration for the event is still open, and you can complete the form here for your free ticket.

Event organiser Ali McQueen reminded visitors that it is preferable to register free before the event as there is a £15 surcharge for registering on the day.


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