Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) has opened expressions of interest for funding to help local councils and other eligible organisations utilise crumb rubber (CR) in low traffic asphalt roads.
With a ban on the export of whole baled tyres expected next year, the tyre recycling sector is increasing its capacity to recycle, reuse, convert and recover more of Australia’s waste tyres.
Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) has congratulated Queensland online tyre retailer, TyreStock, for winning a highly respected business award.
Road Maintenance is creating a small blending plant to easily incorporate crumb rubber into asphalt binders as it looks to the future of asphalt paving.
With the introduction of an internationally-aligned benchmarking tool, Australian road owners and authorities can now be confident that the asphalt products they use are as sustainable as they claim to be.
Tyre Stewardship Australia has been helping create a circular economy by finding new ways to use waste tyres, from crumb rubber asphalt to permeable pavements.