Tyre Stewardship Australia has welcomed an ambitious target by India to recover 100 per cent of end-of-life tyres by 2025. Read more
A focus on reclaiming Off-the-Road tyres is gaining traction with some heavy hitters joining the cause.
The equivalent of more than a million used car tyres can now be recycled to make high quality crumb rubber bitumen, in a ‘game changing’ partnership between Puma Bitumen and Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA).
Equipment specifically designed for blending crumbed rubber and bitumen has been installed and commissioned for the first time in Australia by Fulton Hogan, in partnership with Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA).
Mercedes-Benz Australia is Tyre Stewardship Australia’s (TSA) newest contributor in a commitment to the responsible disposal of end-of-life tyres.
Consumers can now demand their used tyres go to genuine recyclers, as the Federal Government lends support to Tyre Stewardship Australia’s (TSA) National Tyre Product Stewardship Scheme.
Tyre Stewardship Australia has recently adopted a Modern Slavery Impact Statement. CEO, Lina Goodman addresses human rights and related risks along the end-of-life tyres value chain.
A demonstration project aimed at increasing the use of recycled crumb rubber on local roads across Tasmania is helping pave the way to a more sustainable future.
Negligent regulations need to be addressed to stop unscrupulous operators. Tyre Stewardship Australia CEO Lina Goodman explains.