This chart presents results over the last five years. This year there was a 7.8% decrease over the previous year, mainly due to a reduction in the cyclical demand for tire-derived aggregate in landfill projects.
Collection and recycling of tires
R&D; Program awareness
Costs to deliver the program
TDA is a cost-effective alternative to conventional aggregate (a limited and non-renewable resource) for use in leachate drainage blankets.
Playground surfaces, various molded products, synthetic turf and athletic tracks.
ARMA oversees end-of-life processing of tires, electronics, paint and used oil materials on behalf of the province. Since 1992, ARMA has worked with a broad spectrum of stakeholders to shape recycling policy, create a value-added processing system, minimize waste entering landfills and to act as collective stewards of Alberta’s environment.