ELT Recycling welcomes Tyre Stewardship Australia’s new CEO

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ELT Recycling CEO Tony Song (front, right) leads a presentation of the company’s credentials to Tyre Stewardship Australia’s CEO Matt Genever (front, left)

ELT Recycling’s CEO, Tony Song and director Leo Pontonio recently hosted Matt Genever, the newly appointed CEO of Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) for an inspection of our Victorian operations including demonstration of a newly installed granulation production line.

ELT Recycling is a TSA accredited collector of waste tyres and is continuing to expand its processing operations in order to become a leading global supplier of premium grade granulated rubber.

ELT Recycling is committed to ensuring the success of the Tyre Stewardship Scheme and in his welcoming remarks Tong Song said “the appointment of a person of Matt’s calibre and reputation in waste management and recycling gives us even greater confidence for the future of the scheme.”

Tony Song used the opportunity to announce plans for a new processing plant in Queensland to support expansion of our collections footprint and service local customers for granulated rubber. Tony added that Brisbane also provided benefits for our export markets in terms of service and costs.

Tony extended an invitation to Matt Genever to visit the new facility when it becomes operational before the end of this year.


ELT Recycling director Leo Pontonio (orange vest) discusses operation of the newly installed granulation machinery with Tyre Stewardship Australia’s CEO, Matt Genever.