Advisory Board

Experts from across the supply chain have joined the Receovered Carbon Black 2019 Advisory Board. Bringing together years of packaging experience and knowledge, the members will work with Smithers Rapra to put together a truly valuable and informative programme for all attendees.

  • Lawrence Culliford

    Business Development Ecolomondo

    Lawrence is currently working within Business Development at Ecolomondo 

  • Steven Renegar

    Vice President of Sales Pyrolyx, USA

    Mr. Renegar is the Vice President of Sales for Pyrolyx with over 42 years’ experience in the commodity and specialty chemical markets. He is an experience senior-level manager and has held positions in sales & marketing, laboratory management, quality control & service functions, and technical & customer service. He received a BS degree from southwestern College, a MS degree from Pittsburg State University, and an MBA degree from the University of Texas.

    • USA
  • Martin von Wolfersdorff

    Principal Advisor Wolfersdorff Consulting, Germany

    Martin von Wolfersdorff is a consultant specialising in alternative rubber fillers and tire pyrolysis. He is in contact with over 320 tire pyrolysis companies globally and advises tyre manufacturing associations, tire manufacturers, tire collectors, refineries, pyrolysis technology providers & operators on the global tire pyrolysis industry and the marketing of recovered carbon black. Previously, Martin worked in the carbon black industry with Cabot, in the custom colour masterbatch industry with Americhem and in the white pigment industry with Huntsman Pigments. Martin holds a Dipl. Ing. (Univ.) degree in chemical engineering from the Friedrich Alexander University in Erlangen-N├╝rnberg in Germany.

  • Tony Wibbeler

    CEO Bolder Industries

    Tony Wibbeler leads Bolder Industries with a great passion for protecting our environment, creating innovative products, and cultivating a company-culture that enhances the lives of all Bolder Industries employees.  He founded Bolder Industries in 2011 to solve inefficiencies he observed in the recycling industry while operating a vertically-integrated waste company that included landfills, recycling, and hauling in Central Florida.  Leveraging his past experiences in the field of medical devices, Mr. Wibbeler focuses on product development to create innovative, closed-loop solutions to reduce, reuse and upcycle various waste streams starting with waste tires.  He has led Bolder Industries to numerous business and innovation awards including Environmental Leader’s “Top Product of the Year” for Bolder Black, “Breakout Company of the Year” from the Colorado Cleantech Industries Association, and “Energy Manufacturer of the Year” from the Colorado Manufacturing Awards. 

     

    Mr. Wibbeler graduated from Ball State University with a degree in Industrial Manufacturing Technology. He serves on the boards of both the Colorado Cleantech Industries Association (CCIA) and Summit Middle School in the Boulder Valley School District. Outside the office, Tony loves to ski in the beautiful Colorado mountains, mountain bike, and cheer for Broncos football with his wife and two sons

    • USA