One of the core pillars of Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) is to facilitate the development of markets for Australian tyre-derived material (TDM).
TSA has invested $9 million nationally to fund real-world outcomes for TDM. TSA’s market development program supports a wide range of processes that productively recover and use Australia's end-of-life tyres.
The fund aims to deliver products to both well-established and emerging end markets that can absorb large volumes of tyre material onshore. A keystone for increased used tyre recovery and end markets, one of TSA’s core strategic goals, rests on helping commercial leads reach a point where they can independently supply large and stable markets with competitive products that contain recycled materials.
The initiatives funded by TSA are a testament to the organisation’s deep commitment to driving a comprehensive and national program to significantly increase the commercialisation of TDM in Australia.