Indian Tyres to Landfill Around 40 Million per annum

In the initial information, it was suggested that the National Green Tribunal had suggested that India discarded 275,000 tyres per year. This has now been clarified in the Indian Media, and the figure is daily, which suggests that the total discarded arisings are around 14 million tyres per year being discarded.

This puts a different perspective on the challenge that tyre exporters might face, as India will wish to address these arisings first under its EPR scheme.

Find out the full story about this continuing 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

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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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