Jim Fairweather, CEO at Tyrecycle, – an Australian tyre recycling company committed to eliminate the export of whole-baled tyres, to contribute to furthering the circular economy, – reports the company's ongoing investment in new capability and capacity with the Stage 2 development of the Erskine Park site, expected to be completed in the next few months.

Additionally, a new Crumbing facility in East Rockingham, Perth, is set to come online. The Perth facility, like Erskine Park, is a multi-purpose plant capable of producing crumb rubber and various sizes of TDF for different overseas markets, including Japan and Korea.

Tyrecycle anticipates more announcements about the opening of Australia's first bespoke OTR processing facility in Pt. Hedland by mid-2024.

Reflecting on the Erskine Park facility's opening, Tyrecycle CEO, Jim Fairweather, emphasized the significance of advanced recycling facilities. The company remains committed to leading Australia’s tyre recycling sector, supported by a pipeline of new infrastructure investments, ensuring a reliable supply of environmentally sustainable tyre-derived products for domestic and offshore markets.

To learn more, proceed to the company’s website.