Summer 2015 saw the introduction of an environmental regulation that extended the group of people who can be held legally responsible for waste management. With regard to the replacement of tyres, this means that in addition to the “tyre dealer” or duly authorized repair shop, which were always considered to be producers of the waste, the subject (e.g. driver of the vehicle) who requests the tyre replacement could also become jointly responsible.
Written on 29 February 2016
22,887 tonnes of end-of-life tyres were collected and recovered in Campania in 2015 to become surfaces for sports as well as “silent asphalts”, urban furniture, acoustic insulation, energy and much more.
Written on 26 April 2016
As occurred at the end of 2015, the problem of “extra” quantities of ELTs deriving from irregular tyre sales is persisting in the new year. This phenomenon may cause, in addition to a loss of revenue, the possible temporary suspension of the collection service at tyre dealerships.
Written on 19 February 2016
A sports surface to play on and new areas in which to train: the prizes from Ecopneus to the region’s three finalist schools for the educational...
Written on 03 March 2016
Following the results of COP 21, the Paris climate change conference, the National Council of the Green Economy, of which Ecopneus is a member, has...
Written on 22 February 2016