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Tyre Stewardship Australia unveils next-gen safety barrier solution ideal for manufacturing, recycling

Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) announced that a new application for crumb rubber is now ready to open pipelines to more end markets for Australia’s circular tyre economy, with value for a wide range of sectors including construction, tyre recycling, as well as manufacturing.

Tyre Stewardship Australia calls on Queensland to mandate rubberised roads

Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) is urging Queensland’s government to begin mandating road constructions to use Australian crumb rubber to kickstart the tyre circular economy in Regional Queensland. 

Tyre Stewardship Australia launches new report for tyre recycling industry

Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) has commissioned a report to help tyre reprocessors, remanufacturers, and end-users better understand their carbon emissions and targets.

Building a circular economy for used tyres in the Northern Territory through collaboration,...

The Northern Territory recovers only 12% of its used tyres, compared to a national recovery rate of 72%. That’s 4,300 tonnes of used tyres buried in pit, landfilled, stockpiled or illegally dumped each year.

Study paves way for widespread architectural use of end-of-life tyres

Media Release by The University of South Australia A new study by The University of South Australia has tested and verified the structural integrity of...

Minister Hunt launches Tyre Stewardship Australia to solve the old tyre problem

The Federal Government and the Australian tyre industry have joined forces to seek out a functional and useful solution for the 50 million tyres...

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