Let rubber hit the roads, says automotive industry

February 2010
Ecos;Feb/Mar2010, Issue 153, p7
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The article reports on the claim of John Crosby of Reclaim Industries regarding the elimination of tyre stockpile if the Australian Government mandated the use of recycled rubber in bitumen road surfaces, soft-surface areas in childcare and aged care centres and specialist adhesives and paints.


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