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).
Waste Management Review speaks with Lina Goodman, Tyre Stewardship Australia CEO, about the Scheme’s recent Federal accreditation under new Recycling and Waste Reduction legislation.
Mercedes-Benz Australia is Tyre Stewardship Australia’s (TSA) newest contributor in a commitment to the responsible disposal of end-of-life tyres.
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.
Waste Management Review explores the appetite, barriers and opportunities for boosting the use of recycled content material in infrastructure and civil works projects.
A trial testing the use of crumb rubber asphalt on highly trafficked roads has won the Sustainable Transport Infrastructure Award at this year’s National Transport Research Awards.
A new research project from Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) and RMIT University will evaluate the performance of crumb rubber in asphalt made from old car tyres.
All end-of-life tyres from Porsche Cars Australia Centres will be collected and disposed of by a Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) accredited recycler, following the dealer’s recent commitment to the scheme.
Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) has opened expressions of interest for funding to help local councils and other eligible organisations utilise crumb rubber (CR) in low traffic asphalt roads.