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Since 1996, Nova Scotia’s tires have been processed and recycled by Divert Nova Scotia (Divert NS). According to the organization, more than one million used tires are diverted from the province’s landfills every year and 70 percent of those go to Halifax C&D Recycling to be recycled into a tire-derived aggregate (TDA) for construction of engineering applications.
Liberty Tire Recycling – the premier North American provider of tire recycling services – will open a new manufacturing facility in Sanford in February 2022, creating 30 new jobs in the area. The new facility will produce rubberized mulch, a resilient and sustainable alternative to traditional mulch, made from recycled end-of-life tires.
The European Tyre Recycling Association (ETRA) is hosting the three day event that will take place from Wednesday through to Friday 23 - 25 March 2022 at the NH Collection Hotel, Grand Sablon, Brussels. The Conference is the culmination of a year-long series of ETRA-led and supported activities and events that focused on market development and expansion for a broad array of recycled tyre materials, products and applications.