AIRTRA is an Association for Rubber & Tyre Recyclers across India.
AIRTRA Is More Than an Entiry, It’s A Powerful Association for Industry.
Interaction with various Govenment Authorities
Create Awarness to Government Bodies
Create Positive Mindset of Authorities
SOP for Health & Safety in Plants
Association will interact with various state and central government authorities to streamline norms and related guidelines, to help and promote rubber recycling by means of crumbs and pyrolysis process.
To create awareness to government bodies by giving presentations on various aspect and showing them benefits of this industry in terms of revenue and employment.
To create positive mindset of authorities by making them understand that pyrolysis is not polluting industry, and in fact the most energy efficient way to recycle end of life tyres.
To come up with SOP for best practice of health and safety in plants, by organising seminars, conferences etc.
Scrap tyres represent a small percent of total waste but are one of the most difficult products to dispose off because even though they are fundamentally made of rubber products, they are a complex mixture of natural and synthetic products, metals and chemical additives.
Globally 65% of the tyres are recycled and 35% are sent to landfills, stockpiled or illegally dumped. India produces about 1,500,000 tons of tyre scrap every year. India has demand-exceeding supply and the scrap tyres have a value where processors are paying to receive the tyres. Therefore India has no tyre landfill or dumps. The credit for this goes to the widely developed tyre recycling industry in India.
Various Events of AIRTRA
List of Members of AIRTRA
Our team works on 4 basic points of association. 1) Interaction with various Govenment Authorities, 2) Create Awarness to Government Bodies, 3) Create Positive Mindset of Authorities, 4) SOP for Health & Safety in Plants
President of AIRTRA
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