India IS Closing the Door

Tyre and Rubber Recycling has been carrying news of imminent changes to India’s tyre management, with the long-threatened imposition of an EPR scheme.

In our interview with Tinna Rubber’s Gaurav Sekhar, he said it was coming, but it might be some time. Others said it would take 10 years. However, in January 2022 the draft document was issued by the Indian government, and it included recycling rates for the year 2022–23. It is essentially upon us.

Enjoy the full Tyre & Rubber Recycling story 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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Tyre & Rubber Recycling

Tyre & Rubber Recycling

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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