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Waste Tire Recycling and Reuse in Pennsylvania
Authorization: 2005 House Resolution 456, 2781

 

 

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from the waste stream; and the new market impact analysis. Due to the dynamics of the tire

recycling market, the variety of products that are produced from different types of tires and the

supply and demand cost relationship within the industry, it is necessary to look at the waste tire

recycling system as a whole, to put this in context. The use of rubberized asphalt is, however, a

major focus of this study. The report that follows is an attempt to put forth an accurate and

useful snapshot of waste tire use in Pennsylvania.

 

House Resolution 456 of 2005 (Printer’s Number 2781), sponsored by Representative

Ron Miller, charges the Joint State Government Commission to study: the use of rubberized

asphalt (RA) in the other 49 states; the cost of using RA; the number of waste tires

JOINT STATE GOVERNMENT COMMISSION - GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
108 FINANCE BUILDING - HARRISBURG, PA 17120