New Zealand tyre recovery and recycling remain a problem poorly handled by the government. Critics claim that money has been wasted on ill-thought-out projects.
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.
Port Talbot Site Cleared of Tyre Waste
A Landowner has foot the bill for clearing a tyre dump, as Natural Resources Wales forced the individual to clear the site at his own expense.
BIR Updates Website with New Design
BIR updates its Internet presence to improve communications with industry and government. The site now has enhanced navigation for mobile devices.
NGT Acts on Pyrolysis
India’s NGT acts to have pyrolysis processes assessed for environmental impact. Batch processes to come under scrutiny in the next four months.
NGT Considers Pyrolysis
India’s National Green Tribunal has said that the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB)’s report on pyrolysis units needs to be reviewed.
China Moves on Waste Tyres
China has moved to tackle the rising challenge of used tyres with the Government drafting new regulations to encourage recycling.
RepakELT Gets Go-Ahead
Irish tyre management scheme shows success, but an independent audit makes recommendations for improvement
Sungai Kim Kim Pollution Waste Classified as Oil Sludge
Sungai Kim Kim Pollution Case is now in court. Expert witnesses are being questioned on the grade of waste
Pirelli Seeking Support from Australian Government
Pirelli asks for tighter controls on tyre imports in Australia. It also seeks better support for recycling.
Punjab Government Taking Pollution Action
Punjab starts to clean up the environment as smog issues plague the country. Ministers urge a hard and urgent clampdown on emissions.