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the $2.5 million project is to essentially rebuild streets within the triangle created by Louise Avenue on the south, Highway 99 on the east and the commercial property facing North Main Street will include recycled crushed tires in the asphalt mix. A $350,000 CalRecycle grant is what made the rubberized asphalt project possible. The project to repave Springtime Estates along with Mayors Park in the triangle bounded by Louise Avenue on the north, Union Road on the east and the railroad tracks on the west is before the City Council when they convene Tuesday at 7 p.m. during a Zoom meeting. The council meeting can be viewed via livestreaming on the city’s website or on Comcast Channel 97.
An online magazine Riviera Maya News reports that the Recyclable Materials Collection Centre of Cozumel, Mexico, transferred 28.5 tons of end-of-life tires to a tire recycling plant in Tabasco, Mexico. The Deputy Director of the tire recycling plant, Adeb Zapata Silva, reported that they loaded another truck heading to the Geocycle tire recycling plant where the end-of-life tires will be processed into alternative fuel.
The Hindu Business Line magazine reports that the National Green Tribunal (NGT) of India has reproached the Environment Ministry over delay in a report by the committee which was set up to review imports of hazardous waste including end-of-life tires, lead and PCBs. According to the magazine, a bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel said mere constituting a committee does not serve any purpose unless the matter is taken to a logical end. The National Green Tribunal said that even though a committee is said to have been constituted by the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) more than a year ago, no reason is given why no report has been submitted.