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The Tyre Stewardship Australia Best Practice Guidelines on Tyre Storage and Fire and Emergency Preparedness provide tyre collectors and recyclers with a roadmap to comply with the regulations and requirements relevant to tyre storage. They are also intended as an aid towards best practice methods for storage and fire and emergency preparation.
The guidelines present the Essential Requirements which have been deemed to comply with regulations across each Australian jurisdiction. However, implementation of these Essential Requirements should be undertaken with reference to the regulations and guidelines applicable to your state or territory. These guidelines also present best practice methods to help businesses reduce risks and be best prepared for fire/emergencies, as far as practicable.
These guidelines focus mainly on the needs of tyre collectors and recyclers, as such businesses tend to store greater quantities of tyres and hence carry more risk; however, the guidelines may be used by any business that stores a significant number of tyres on a temporary basis.
These guidelines will help you to:
The guidelines can be viewed and downloaded here: