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364 Supertest Road
Suite 200 
Toronto, Ontario  M3J 2M2

Tel/Fax: (416) 661-8894
OTS No. 3000156

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The number of tires being made available for recycle is growing, as attention and demand for tire derived products increases. In addition, provincial and government programs exist to clean-up scrap tire stockpiles and illegal dumping sites with a long-term goal of no scrap tires sent to the landfill. The tire processing stage is sorted into four operations: whole tires, stamped (cut) tires, chipped (shredded) tires, and ground (crumb) rubber.

It is estimated that in Canada and the United States, over 350 million tires are discarded each year. Waste tires consist of approximately 70-80% on average of rubber. The rest is a combination of reinforcing materials (steel wires and plastic fibrous cords).

Applications for Recycled Rubber
Prepared by: William Murray - Science and Technology Division
Government Of Canada
Sport Surfaces:

Kindergarten Playgrounds and Recreation Areas
School Sports Areas
Athletic Tracks
Tennis and Basketball Courts
Golf Tee-Off Areas
Swimming Pool Surrounds and Garden Paths
Lawn Bowling Greens
Non-Slip Boat Dock Surfaces
Automotive Industry:

Bumpers
Car Body Underseal and Rustproofing Materials
Splash Guards and Fenders
Floor Mats for Cars and Trucks
Floor Liners for Trucks and Vans
Dunnage Materials for Shipping
Construction:

Hospital, Industrial, and Bathroom Flooring
Floor Tile
Carpet Underlay
Waterproofing Compounds for Roofs and Walls
Foundation Waterproofing
Dam, Silo, and Roof Liners
Geotechnical/Asphalt Applications:

Rubberized Asphalt for Roads and Driveways
Sub-base for Horse Racing Tracks
Subsoil Drainage
Drainage Pipes
Soil Conditioner
Filtering Agent for Mercury and Metallic Surfaces
Porous Irrigation Pipes
Road Building and Repair
Adhesives and Sealants:

Adhesives and Sealing Compounds
Textured and Non-Slip Paints
Compounding Ingredient (Filler) for Rubber Mouldings and Extrusions
Compounds for Conveyor Belting Repair
Expansion Joint Compounds
Roof Coating and Waterproofing
Shock Absorption and Safety Products:

Shock Absorbing Pads for Rails and Machinery
Sound Barriers for Highways
Crash Barriers
Abrasion Lining in Mining Equipment
Rubber and Plastic Products:

Pipe Insulation and Lining
Baseboards and Kickplates
Flower Pots
Garbage Cans
Shoe Soles and Heels
Wire and Cable Insulation
Industrial and Agricultural Tires
Barn Mats and Flooring
Conveyor Rollers and Idlers
Filler in Many Plastic Mouldings and Extrusions
Used Tire Waste Diversion Program

The Used Tires Diversion Program was approved in April 2009, and will begin in the fall of 2009.

The new industry-funded program, to be delivered by Ontario Tire Stewardship under the guidance of Waste Diversion Ontario, will deal with the more than 12 million used tires generated in Ontario each year. It will:

Recycle 91 per cent of used car and truck tires into higher end uses in year one
Clean up the nearly three million used tires stockpiled across the province
Include the recycling of large industrial and off-road tires, which are currently not collected or recycled.

Include funding for public education programs and research into greener ways to recycle tires.

 
 
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