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Estimated cost per kg for year 1 = R1.98!
The SATRP Company initiative was created by leaders in the tyre industry, at the request of Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) , to plan and administrate the waste tyre project. Any tyre producer may become a subscriber to the SATRP Integrated Waste Tyre Management Plan (The Plan). To date over 85% of producers have registered with The Plan as subscribers.
The SATRP Industry Plan provides for collection and disposal of waste tyres originating from the subscribers to the SATRP Industry Plan. The Waste Tyre Regulation calls for all pneumatic waste tyres to be dealt with but allows for various categories of tyres to be phased into the management process over a five year period. The SATRP Industry Plan proposes to deal with passenger and commercial vehicle tyres during the first year of operation. The SATRP Company estimates the mass of these tyres generated at tyre dealers across South Africa, at 95,000 tons annually. Additional tyre categories will be added to the management process annually.
Press release: SATRP COMPANY LEAVE TO APPEAL REJECTED
News and Events
The court hearing took place on 11 September 2012 when the SATRP Board approached the High Court for an urgent "Declaratory order" to interpret the WTR in particular Regulation 6 (3).
Many issues were raised. The SATRP Senior Council confined the arguments to the Declaratory Order on Waste Tyre Regulation 6 (3). Judgment has been reserved and is expected early next week.
We will advise you as soon as the court verdict is available.
Disclaimer: This information is not intended as legal advice. You are at liberty to obtain advice in this regard from your own legal advisers should you wish to do so. The SATRP and its members accept no liability for any call or claim arising from reliance upon the details and information included herein.
Comments on the revised SATRP IIWMP
Comments on the revised SATRP IIWMP, received during 13 May – 13 June 2012, have now been incorporated into the SATRP Plan.
The updated SATRP Plan has been delivered to the Minister of DEA in Pretoria and we now eagerly await the Minister to publish the SATRP IIWMP in the government gazette, as required by the WTR 2009.
Click here to go to the updated SATRP Plan.
Replies to Comments received:
ACMP, Chris Maritz, CSIR, Department of Environmental Affairs, Enviroserve, General Motors SA, Hong Yu Trading cc, Lang Kloof Bricks, Mac's Engineering, Roger Anderson, SA Tyre Recyclers, TiAuto, Tiger Wheel, Tirepoint, Toyota, Tyre Importers Group, Volkswagen, Volvo Car SA
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