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TIA, USTMA form the Tire Recycling Foundation

Central to the foundation’s goal is the ambition to achieve 100% recycling of end-of-life tires in sustainable markets.

Bridgestone, Michelin Set Standards to Expand Recycled Carbon Black

The companies outlined standards, goals and solutions for advancing recycled carbon black utilization.

Enviro Carbon Black
TIA Inducts Richard Smallwood, Mary Sikora Into Hall of Fame

The two longtime industry executives were awarded for their efforts during the 2023 Tire Industry Honors Program during SEMA.

BKT Expands Tire Range for Recycling Applications

BKT has developed purpose-made products for machinery operating in material-recycling centers and continues to expand its range of available tires to provide as many sizes and variants as possible, the company says. Currently, BKT has five ultra-specialized tire ranges for loaders, skid steers and telehandlers employed in handling operations in the disposal and material-recycling environments.

New Study Paves Way for Building Walls from End-of-Life Tires

A new study by The University of South Australia has tested and verified the structural integrity of building walls made from tires packed with other earth materials. The study says the results potentially provide new opportunities for the reuse of end-of-life tires in the construction industry. According to this study, tire waste represents a major

Bridgestone, Dow Partner on Recyclable Tire Sealant Technology

Bridgestone Americas and Dow have partnered to develop B-SEALS, a recyclable, silicone-based tire sealant technology. The extended mobility solution represents more than four years of joint research and development between the two companies, Bridgestone says. B-SEALS technology provides sealant performance in the event of a puncture without compromising sustainability, the company says. Unlike conventional sealants

BKT Releases New Loader Tire

Balkrishna Industries Ltd (BKT) has released a new loader tire called the BK-Loader 53.

Giving ‘Green’

From the growth in recycling and conservation efforts to increasing alternative energy sources and electric vehicle production, it’s clear that the “go green” movement isn’t going away. Moreover, many of today’s eco-conscious consumers are looking to align their spending dollars with businesses that share a similar viewpoint. By adding a “green” component to your marketing