The announcement by DEFRA that the current exemptions regime for the handling of mechanically-recovered end-of-life tyres (known as T8 Exemptions) will be withdrawn is welcomed by the Tyre Recovery Association which has strongly advocated the move. The TRA’s fully permitted…
In 2014 the European Commission produced a report titled ‘Towards a circular economy: A zero waste programme for Europe’. In this report the Commission defines and describes the importance of minimising waste throughout all industries.
Murfitts Industries and Boynton Bros & Hallam (Ranskill) Ltd have been awarded the second and third Certificates of Qualification, demonstrating their support of the Quality Protocol option (QP) in PAS 107.
CONICA LTD, formerly Charles Lawrence International, is the first company in the UK to be awarded a PAS 107 QP certificate for the way it manufactures, stores and distributes recycled rubber granulate created from waste tyres.
A new recycling initiative is giving motorists the chance to help the planet when it comes to changing their worn out tyres.