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Route to peace and quiet… roads made of old tyres: Recycled rubber could soon be used to resurface nation’s busiest roads

If you are driven to distraction by the noisy traffic outside your house, this could be the road to a good night’s sleep.Recycled car tyres could soon be used to surface roads across the country after a pioneering trial found they made roads quieter.One of the busiest roads in Scotland was resurfaced last year with the asphalt, containing shredded rubber from old tyres.

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Two new ‘firsts’ from the Tyre Recovey Association

New initiatives from the Tyre Recovey Association (TRA) will help members stay at the forefront of professional tyre recovery. With the agreement of the British Standards Institute (BSI) and the Waste Resources and Action Programme (WRAP) the TRA’s website will host the newly-updated PAS 107 (Publicly Available Specification) recovery standards and norms for tyre-derived materials.

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PAS 107 Quality Products from the TRA

PAS 107 Quality Products from the TRA TRA members will be the first in Britain to offer Quality Protocol (QP) audits for Tyre Derived Rubber Materials (TDRM) to all its members. Based on the BSI Publicly Available Standards (PAS 107)…

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