Tyre Stewardship Australia launches new Strategic Plan 2020-2023
In its recent article, Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) reports that it has mapped its 2020-2023 strategy against the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). TSA’s mission to ensure the sustainable management, recycling and productive use of end of life tyres is now underpinned by 5 of these SDGs:
- SDG #8 – Decent work and economic growth
- SDG #9 – Industry, innovation and infrastructure
- SDG #12 – Responsible consumption and production
- SDG # 13 – Climate action
- SDG #17 – Partnerships for the goals
All 17 Sustainable Development Goals can be found here:
TSA reports that the SDGs have contributed to the development of TSA’s Strategic Plan, which concentrates on five priorities.
TSA’s 5 strategic goals are:
- Increase used tyre recovery and end markets.
- Continue to improve data and information on all used tyre fates, both in Australia and overseas.
- Growth in the number of organisations contributing to and participating in the Tyre Stewardship Scheme.
- TSA is a trusted entity, building relationships and value for its stakeholders.
- TSA is a significant contributor to the global circular economy for end-of-life tyres.
For a full download of the strategy including details of how TSA will support these goals, please click here or read the document through the viewer below.
Article by Tyre Stewardship Australia.