From tyres to football pitches? Why the microplastics’ ban misses the mark on the EU’s circular economy
The European Recycling Industries’ Confederation (EuRIC) strongly rejects an EU proposal that will
indirectly ban materials from tyres as part of its effort to eradicate microplastics.
Each year around 150 million tyres are processed for recycling annually – that’s one tyre for every
three EU citizens. This rubber from recycled tyres has a wide range of everyday benefits that may
not always be obvious – including essential materials for artificial football pitches, children’s
playgrounds, and filling potholes. CONTINUE READING ON: www.euric-aisbl.eu