Hard on the heels of opening an Australian-first tyre recycling plant, Tyrecycle is undertaking its biggest capital expansion in 30 years. Jim Fairweather, Chief Executive Officer, talks with Waste Management Review. Read more
Australia’s largest and most sophisticated tyre recycling plant was unveiled at Erskine Park in Western Sydney today (6 December). Read more
As the 1 December deadline for Australia’s tyre export ban inches closer, Tyrecycle and equipment manufacturer Eldan Recycling are at the forefront of future-proofing the sector. Read more
With a strong global market forecast for tyre-derived fuel, Australia’s largest tyre recycler, Tyrecycle, is set to expand its operations across Australia, with a commitment to investment in new plants and technology. Read more
ResourceCo has invested over $40 million in new plants and machinery, in what is the most ambitious capital investment program in its history.
A joint venture between Tyrecycle and Kariyarra Aboriginal Corporation will specialise in the processing of end-of-life mine-site tyres.
Jim Fairweather, ResourceCo CEO, speaks with Waste Management Review about developing new markets for the re-use of end-of-life products.
Australia’s largest tyre recycler, Tyrecycle, in partnership with Kariyarra Aboriginal Corporation, has secured a $6.9 million grant to build a secure processing facility at Port Hedland.
Tyrecycle moves to expand its operations in Sydney with a new state-of-the-art manufacturing plant.
South Australia’s new $5 million Asphalt Manufacturing Plant will substantially increase the amount of high-performance recycled materials in local road construction.