Global tire replacement market landscaping is changing and green initiatives are innovative fields with continuous advancements. Many companies are looking forward to upgrading their environmental practices for smart, sustainable products that can be made from recycled materials. Statistics shows that about 1/3 of the nation’s scrap tires are saving more than 150 million tires from the waste stream. 2.2 Billion pounds of rubber reclaimed annually and 150 Million tires are collected annually to be processed into beneficial end-use products. The latest figures by the association in 2017 indicate that 4.189 million tons of scrap tires were generated of which 3.411 million tons went to the market or were destined for a sale-a a utilization rate of 81.4 percent. Adding on to this, baled and landfill material (646,000 tonnes) the manages tire scrap reached a rate of 96.9 percent, 1736,340 tons respectively, 43 percent were used as tire-derived fuel in cement kiln, pulp and paper facilities, and industrial boilers. 1.013 million tons respectively, 25 percent got granulated for ground rubber solutions, 315,000 tons respectively 8% fulfilled civil engineering purposes and 109,000 tons, 3% exported. Scrap Tires Market size valued at over USD 435 billion in 2018 and is estimated to exhibit around 7% CAGR from 2019 to 2025. Growing sales of replacement tires through the online medium, rising tire radicalization, and burgeoning demand for Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) are some of the other factors that would positively influence the market during the forecast period.
Scrap Tire Material volume declined
Between 2009 and 2017, the percentage of scrap tire material dedicated to the market to total generated material declined from 85.3 – with an all-time height of 95.9 in 2013 – to 81.4 percent. The tire-derived fuel usage diminished from 2.085 to 1.736 million tons: The share of fuels used in cement kilns has increased from 2009 to 2017 from 604,000 to 806,000 tons and the use in utility boilers from 326,000 to 427,000 tons. But the utilization in pulp and paper mills sank from 716,000 to 503,000 tons, while the share of fuel burned in industrial boilers or dedicated to energy recovery declined to zero. And even the ground rubber market lost volume: The market distribution declined from 1.354 to 1.013 million tons. In spite of the fact, that ground rubber applications accounted for 25 percent of scrap tire usage in 2017. The number of stockpiled scrap tires that had reached one billion tons in 1990 was cleaned up by 94 percent in 2017, leaving 60 million stockpiled tires to go – mostly in Colorado and Texas.
The Federal States enacting schemes
Even if, as the Coalition underlines, “no government agency has concluded artificial turf is safe”, the federal states in Northern America started to enact schemes for supporting scrap tire treatment. 44 of 50 states have storage and disposal regulations, 36 require financial assurances for processors, and 17 demand financial assurances for haulers. 38 states allow the landfilling of cut or shredded tires, 24 allow their mono-filling, and ten allow the landfilling of whole tires. 30 states display a stockpile clean-up program, while in 23 states a stockpile clean-up program is operating. Several tire recycling grants are offered, for example in Kansas by the Bureau of Waste Management, in Nebraska backed by the Department of Environmental Quality, in Ohio by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Lorain County Community Development Department, and in California for the funding of road repair programs using recycled tires.
Geographical Market (Dominate Market/Target Opportunities)
Geographically, the European market is the leading revenue source for the global replacement tires and rubber market, accounting for revenues of $9.3 billion in 2005. This is equivalent to 33.5 percent of the overall market value. In comparison, the AsiaPacific sector is on a fast rise, generating as much as $8.6 billion or 30.9 percent of the overall market value. The Chinese market is forecasted to grow strongly as income levels rise and make car ownership and maintenance accessible to more consumers there. This is likely to increase the Asia-Pacific contribution to the global market. The market is also segmented by tire category. The market consists of 75 percent replacement tires (RE) and 25 percent original equipment (OE). Passenger cars and light trucks account for 63.30 percent of the total market segment, and trucks account for 25 percent market share of the replacement tires.
The rubber material provides a layer to reduce the passage of impact transmission noise- The rubber underlay can be placed under ceramic tile, stone, solid hardwood, etc. Unlike natural cork, recycled rubber remains durable and will not become brittle even on exposure to air. The rubber also acts as a crack suspension membrane, preventing cracks from damaging the flooring. It can cushion ceramic and laminate floors.
The Crumb from used tires has been used to drain excess moisture, reduce dust and mud and minimize freezing- Crumb rubber adds impact-absorbing cushion on a variety of playing and sports surfaces including football fields, running tracks, and playgrounds. Crumb from used tires has been used in artificial fields and now being used in tracks for athletics.
Rubber Recyclers are working to find out new and innovative consumer applications and markets for their products- Hundreds of US companies are making a variety of consumer products from recycled crumb rubber including automobiles floor mats, spacers, and washers, weightlifting plates, vehicles mudguards, rubber products and dock dumpers.
Tire–derived fuel produces less moisture, sulphur, nitrogen and results in less carbon emissions for the environment- Tire –derived fuel is made by reducing scrap tires into shreds, typically to burn as a fuel source. It is used in cement kilns, steel mills and power plants etc. The tire–derived fuel is the best alternative to fossil fuels producing the same amount of energy as oil and 25% more than energy than coal.
Industrial feedstock is made by reducing scrap tires into fine size granules for manufacturing and industrial processes- Recycled tire rubber is being used into an increasing number of products used during building construction both indoor and outdoor. Products include accessibility ramps that have no load weight limitations, flooring products and rubber flooring.
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