Recovery of Scrap Tire Products at the End of Their Service Life
Worn Tire Recovery
To respond to growing health-related and environmental demands, legislation, on the subject of the collection and recycling of worn tires, is becoming increasingly stringent in most countries in the world.
For example, in Europe, dumping worn-out tires has been prohibited since 2006 (DE 1999/31/CE). Each of the 27 members states of the EU are therefore bound to apply this directive.
Elsewhere in the world, the gradual emergence of national regulations leads to the establishment of recycling facilities (e.g. Brazil since 2010). Some countries, notably the United States, have even implemented resorption programs for worn tires dumped in landfill sites.
Wherever possible, Michelin supports the establishment of organizations making tire manufacturers responsible for setting up management of the worn tire recycling facility.
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