For 29 years, Scrap Tire News has provided tire recycling professionals with the latest tire and rubber recycling news and information. Published monthly, the newsletter features compelling articles, equipment updates and product innovations that reflect our intimate knowledge of the tire and rubber recycling industry. Every issue helps you stay current with industry news, technology developments, legislation, market trends and global commentary.
Over the past decade, Scrap Tire News expanded its coverage of rubber scrap material from a variety of sources, including tire and non-tire factory scrap. These materials represent a challenge as well as a business opportunity for recyclers. Recycling of rubber scrap from all sources continues to grow and Scrap Tire News is among those leading the way. With an emphasis on the latest technologies, material specifications and design, Scrap Tire News delivers the kind of focused information tire and rubber recyclers rely on and use everyday.
As with the U.S. tire and rubber recycling industry, Scrap Tire News is committed to serving the news and information needs of the international tire recycling community. Each issue contains industry news and views, insightful market trend analysis and perceptive reporting of the legislative climate affecting the global tire and rubber recycling market.
Production by a staff whose frequent interaction with tire recyclers has been its hallmark for more than two decades, gives Scrap Tire News unique access to the latest developments in the industry. Scrap Tire News speaks the language of the industry and is recognized today as the definitive independent publication for the vital exchange of information with all segments of the tire and rubber recycling industry.
Recycling Research Institute (RRI) was established in 1986 to develop and disseminate information concerning proper scrap tire recovery, reuse, recycling and disposal. With extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of the scrap tire and rubber recycling industry in the U.S., Canada and other countries, RRI has evolved as an environmental consulting firm specializing in scrap tire management and market development issues. Capabilities include legislative and regulatory language development, market research and feasibility studies, recycled rubber product development analysis, and evaluation of scrap tire supply and diversion activities on local, state and regional levels.
RRI is the founder and publisher of Scrap Tire News, a monthly newsletter devoted to promoting responsible, proper and environmentally sound scrap tire recovery, recycling and disposal. The company founded and remains publisher of the Scrap Tire & Rubber Users Directory-an internationally acclaimed business reference book for the scrap tire and rubber recycling industry. The Directory is now in its 20th edition.
RRI partners with other tire industry professionals when appropriate to serve as tire project development consultants, researchers of regulatory and market conditions nationally and internationally and as planners of strategic marketing and placement programs for recycled rubber products and technologies.Back To Top