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Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) reports that it will no longer be accepting applications from new entities seeking accreditation for the baling of whole end-of-life tyres for export. According to the statement, TSA makes this decision in light of the recent announcement made by the Council of Australian Government (COAG) to ban the export of whole baled tyres. TSA highlights that this action is intended to assist current accredited organisations transition from baling whole tyres for export to other processing methodologies.
A team of researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) reports about achieving a major technological breakthrough by converting end-of-life tires into super-light aerogels that have a wide range of applications. This is the first time that aerogels are made from end-of-life tires, the University reports. The new rubber aerogels demonstrate remarkable properties — they are extremely light, highly absorbent, very durable, and they are also very efficient at trapping heat and sound.
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