Another Bradford Tyre Fire

Firefighters were called to a fire at a tyre storage facility at Old Maggot Farm, Knottingly, outside Bradford in the early hours of New Years Day.

Images show three piles of tyres on fire at the T8 Exemption site run by Brian Brady, who registered the current T8 Exemption only last year. The T8 is for mechanical treatment of waste tyres. NB There is no inference of wrongdoing here.

Enjoy the full story and possible reasons for the fire below:

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Tyre & Rubber Recycling is the leading B2B journal for the tyre recycling sector. You can visit our website here: tyreandrubberrecycling.com

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