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.

Punjab starts to clean up the environment as smog issues plague the country. Ministers urge a hard and urgent clampdown on emissions.

Tyre dealers in Ivory Coast must self-regulate or face a ban on their operations. They must act to clear up the city streets which have become tyre dumps.

CalRecycle offers incentives to recycle. Businesses receive grants to encourage the use of recyclates

Australian recyclers may not be using the recycling fee effectively. Tyres are being stockpiled or landfilled rather than being recycled.

The development of the pyrolysis project extends the interests of the group and see it becoming involved in an operation that will gradually contribute to the goals of Chile’s Law 20.920 Extended Producer Responsibility and Recycling Promotion (REP).

The UK’s Tyre Recovery Association welcomes the call by Indian campaigning body Social Action and Environment Group (SAPE) to ban dangerous forms of tyre reprocessing in India.

India’s National Green Tribunal has directed the Central Pollution Control Board to regulate the import of waste tyres, which are used in pyrolysis industry, to prevent India from becoming a dumping ground.

Gambians awaken to the environmental exploitation in their country

Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) has partnered with the Snap Send Solve reporting application to develop an easy way for members of the public to report local stockpiles or dumping hotspots.

Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) congratulates the vision set by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) at its meeting held Friday 9 August in Cairns.

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