It’s been a long road – some 10 years – since the Tyrewise project kicked off, but all that work, and patience, has come to fruition.
New Zealand’s first nationwide regulated product stewardship scheme for recycling used tyres is expected to start operating in 2023.
Media release Auto Stewardship New Zealand (ASNZ) is celebrating the accreditation of New Zealand’s first regulated product stewardship scheme for vehicles. This comes after Minister for the Environment David Parker yesterday (4 November) announced the accreditation of the Tyrewise regulated product stewardship scheme for dealing with end-of-life tyres. “This is something we as Auto StewardshipContinue reading “Auto Stewardship NZ celebrates regulated tyre stewardship”
The Motor Trade Association (MTA) has outlined details of a scrappage scheme to get greener and safer cars onto our roads and reduce the average age of the fleet. Its proposals include offering consumers up to $2,500 to get rid of their old vehicles, with the cash then having to be spent on buying moreContinue reading “Scrappage plan needs substantial incentives according to MTA”
TYREWISE MEDIA RELEASE Dumping and stockpiling of tyres will become a thing of the past after they were today (29 July) declared a priority product under the Waste Minimisation Act 2008, according to the industry-led Tyrewise project. The total volume of tyres (car, truck, aircraft etc.) which come to the end of their useful lifeContinue reading “Tyre industry pumped by Government announcement”