Scheme development

Regulation approved to manage old tyres

Regulations have now been approved that will change the way New Zealand manages the 6.5 million tyres that reach their end of life every year. The timeline will see the regulation come into effect from March next year.

Get registered with Tyrewise

Source: Autofile 24 February 2023 “Importers, companies across the supply chain and advisory group members being asked to sign up. The 3R Group, which is overseeing Tyrewise, is looking for future

Scheme targeting end to tyre waste imminent

Source: Autofile February 2023 “Adele Rose and the team at Tyrewise are only months away from seeing the roll-out of a nationwide product stewardship scheme for end-of-life tyres (ELTs) and they

Tyrewise on RNZ Nine to Noon

Kathryn Ryan speaks to Mark Gilbert, Chair of Auto Stewardship New Zealand, regarding the announcement of their successful application to the Waste Minimisation Fund – Te Pūtea Whakamauru Para for funding

Webinar: Tyrewise – request a recording

Tyrewise and Ministry for the Environment guest speakers discuss the detail of the consultation on fees and regulation. Topics included Introduction to the consultation document (MfE) Targets & Quality Standards –

Webinar – Govt consultation regulation for Tyrewise

Environment Minister David Parker today announced the accreditation of the Tyrewise regulated product stewardship scheme – the first regulated stewardship scheme to be accredited in New Zealand. The Minister is now

NES for storing tyres outdoors passed into law

An important piece of the regulated tyre stewardship puzzle has fallen into place with the Ministry for the Environment finalising and gazetting the Resource Management (National Environmental Standards for Storing Tyres Outdoors) Regulation 2021.  

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