The accreditation acknowledges that ELT Recycling has committed to ensuring that all old and disposed tyres collected are passed totyre recyclers accredited by TSA. We work ethically and transparently with retailers and other outlets, specifically in relation to the fees and charges associated with disposal of end-of-life tyres.
ELT Recycling operates in most locations in Australia, offeringtyre disposal in Melbourne,tyre recycling in Brisbane and more. If you’d like to know if it’s possible to work with us, contact our team today.
ELT Recycling is committed to ensuring our processes and products comply with best-practice in terms of the environmental standards, government regulation, industry requirements and community expectations.
Through our relationship with Mesnac, the World’s largest manufacturer of machinery for the tyre and rubber industry and their partnership with China’s leading university for rubber technologies, Qingdao University of Science & Technology, we benefit from knowledge and technologies developed by China’s National Engineering Research Centre for Rubber & Tyres.
Recycling applications and improved methodologies for resource recovery from scrap tyres is a major focus of ongoing research and development projects by our strategic partners.
ELT Recycling is accredited by Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) as an approved collector for scrap tyres.
TSA is responsible for administering the national Tyre Product Stewardship Scheme, which is an industry-led scheme funded by tyre importers through a 25c levy on new tyres coming into Australia.
The mission of the Tyre Product Stewardship Scheme is to reduce the amount of end of life tyres damaging the environment via landfill, illegal dumping or undesirable export while increasing the recycling rate of end of life tyres.
TSA accreditation reflects a series of commitments made by participants in the scheme to play their party in ensuring end-of-life tyres are disposed in a way that represents environmentally sound use.