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The Future of Tire Recycling

As reported by Slone Fox - Recycling Product News.

As the recycling industry continues to push toward the adoption of a more circular economy, waste that was once viewed as a burden is now being recognized as a resource. This is especially true with end-of-life (EOL) tires, which have become one of the most recycled materials on the planet, according to a report by the U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association.

Liberty Tire Recycling is at the forefront of ongoing efforts to turn these scrap tires into usable materials, and has been for decades. Through collaborative partnerships, remediation efforts, and extensive R&D, Liberty Tire manages the collection of nearly 200 million tires each year with more growth on the horizon. I caught up with Amy Brackin, senior vice president of sustainability at Liberty Tire, to discuss supply chains, market challenges, recycling program efficacy, and more.

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