Government & Legislation News

In this section of the Tyre & Rubber Recycling website, you will be able to read about political and legislative matters that could be due to impact the industry.

Following investigations into the pollution incident at Sg Kim Kim, three people have now been charged.

The Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of SA (Redisa) says that it is committed to reviving its operations. Discover more about this story by clicking on the link.

Some of the chemicals in the suspected pyrolysis waste dumped into Sg Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang are carcinogenic.

A Malaysian DOE investigation team seized items from factories in Kulai and Pasir Gudang to be used as evidence following the pollution of Sg Kim Kim.

The Indian government has amended The Hazardous and Other Wastes (Management & Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016

In Texas, unsightly piles of used and scrap tyres are increasingly being turned into fuel, or used as mulch in landscapes.

The UK government has launched a series of consultations into waste management to cut plastic pollution and address other waste issues.

A recent legislative audit found that Utah’s tyre recycling programme, funded by a $1 fee on every new tyre sold, may be falling short of its goals.

Construction Scotland Innovation Centre and Zero Waste Scotland are joining forces to motivate the construction sector to reduce construction waste

The Arkansas state legislature is considering a bill that would facilitate the recycling of off-the-road tyres in the state.

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