Consumers can now demand their used tyres go to genuine recyclers as the Australian Government lends support to Tyre Stewardship Australia’s National Tyre Product Stewardship Scheme (TPSS).
An Australian-first specification is set to inform the use of crumb rubber in asphalt applications on low-traffic roads.
A further six local government authorities have received TSA accreditation, after using tyre-derived raw materials in infrastructure projects.
Concrete doesn’t burn but it does split when exposed to extreme heat. New research from the UK claims adding tyre fibres to a concrete mix can stop this occurrence. Not all agree. Roads and Infrastructure investigates.
A trial last year saw Equine Air paving product installed on 550 square meters of Pakenham Racing Club Tynong approach track.
New national specifications for Crumbed Rubber Modified asphalt could see millions of waste tyres being used in Australia’s road