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Message from the CEO


Aug 2016


The end of the 2016 financial year marks two years since my appointment as the CEO of Tyrecycle, and what an evolution it has been.

During the 2016 financial year, Tyrecycle has achieved cost reductions whilst maintaining growth. Tyrecycle’s unparalleled customer focus remains our top priority, we are continually striving to improve our service and customer communication.

As a socially responsible enterprise, Tyrecycle has continued to reduce waste in our manufacturing processes through a constantly improving, lean approach. These are important steps that Tyrecycle is taking to ensure its long-term sustainability and our position as the market leader in the tyre recycling industry.

The last 12 months has seen the continued development of Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA). Tyrecycle is committed to playing a leadership role with TSA and in ATRA as a foundation member.

With a focus on national growth, Tyrecycle has formed a new partnership in Tasmania to provide a local solution to tackle Tasmania’s waste tyre problem.

While growth and new relationships are important, Tyrecycle continues to value its long-standing relationships through strong customer-service, celebrating some major milestones (detailed in this edition).

Tyrecycle has continued to innovate in 2016, with the notable development of a mobile shredder. This allows Tyrecycle to provide a sustainable recycling solution for many industries, with the mobile shredder assisting them to achieve their environmental goals.

Through research and development, continued customer relations and strong new partnerships, Tyrecycle is committed to a sustainable future. Our commitment to finding smarter, ethical waste management processes remains as strong today as it did in 1992.

Tyrecycle is about social, environmental and economic responsibility. Please enjoy reading about how Tyrecycle has gone from strength to strength in the 2016 financial year. 

Jim Fairweather
CEO