ERJ staff report (DS)
Beijing - China is steadily making progress on the disposal of tyres, but is hindered by lack of facilities for dispposing of this,â€Black Pollutionâ€according to a lengthy report on the website of the CRIA.
The industry proposes accelerating the development of waste tyre regulations and enforcing existing laws more strictly. In addition, it sees a waste tyre disposal fee as a high priority.
Beijing expects to study existing technologies in developed countries to identify suitable processes for disposing of end-of-life tyres. To this end it is setting up specialist research centres to investigate potential solutions to the problem.
China expects to see a healthy trade in recycle crumb rubber for use in rubberised asphalt, building materials industry, highways, public places and other areas of application and calls on the government to give policy support and tax breaks as soon as possible.
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Report on CRIA website (Chinese language)
Above report auto-translated from Chinese