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.

The German city of Osnabrück has stepped up to join the tyre recycling world by planning its own tyre pyrolysis plant

Shropshire Police introduce a tyre tagging scheme

$200k for Fijian Tyre Stewardship initiative

SIGNUS’s Activity Report for the financial year 2020 is now available on its website

Tyre and Rubber Recycling is the only global publication focusing on tyre recycling and we are rightly proud of our position and the lead that we take. However, we take our hats off to German YouTube video team Doc Bites, who run a series of investigative video clips examining environmental issues.

Carib Cement and Jamaican government sign MOU to dispose of used tyres. Discover more about the news on Tyre & Rubber Recycling

All change for tyre recycling in Sweden as SDAB takes control in 2023. Discover more about the story on Tyre & Rubber Recycling

Recycling of used tyres and rubber must be expanded to deal with waste tyre issues

A new law introduced in South Carolina ensures that illegal waste operating face heavy penalties

New RIOS membership programme to upgrade recycling operations standards. Discover more about Tyre & Rubber Recycling here.

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