Driving Towards the Circular Economy

Join Us for an End-to-End Exploration of How the Rubber Industry Contributes to the Circular Economy.

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TRAC News Coming Soon

The Tire and Rubber Association of Canada Will Soon Launch TRAC News Website with Sole Focus to Provide Comprehensive, Up-to-Date Industry News.

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End-of-Life Tire Management

Tire Recycling Programs Have Been Established in All Canadian Provinces to Manage and Divert Scrap Tires from the Waste Stream.

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Get to Know More About Winter Tires

Did You Know that Winter Tires Dramatically Outperform All-season Tires? Winter Tires Provide Improved Traction, Handling and Braking on All Cold-Weater Road Conditions.

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News & Resources

  • Update: Waste Diversion Transition Act, 2016

    8/15/16

    TRAC comments on the proposal to continue the Cost Recovery Fee Methodology, and the proposal to continue the requirement of Stewards to pay fees through the wind-up of the

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  • TRAC Bill 151 EBR Submission

    3/3/16

    TRAC has drafted a submission re: Bill 151, the Waste-Free Ontario Act, through the Ontario Environmental Bill of Rights public consultation process.

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  • TRAC releases Winter Tire Report

    11/18/15

    TRAC's new comprehensive Winter Tire Report detailsthe latest winter tire shipment, market, usage and test data, along with recommendations to increase winter road safety.

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  • 2015 Be Tire Smart Week

    5/15/15

    Two thirds of Canadian drivers do not check tire pressures monthly, a routine tire maintenance habit that's critical to safety, fuel economy & reducing harmful emissions.

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  • 2015 Federal Budget to Benefit Manufacturers

    4/22/15

    Learn how the Federal Government's Economic Action Plan 2015 will have a positive impact for Canadian manufacturers and exporters.

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Industry & Government Relations

  • Standards Council of Canada

    SCC administers Canada’s responsibilities for the development and management of international standards through International Organization for Standardization.

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  • Natural Resources Canada

    Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is responsible for the energy file and, among other things, the reduction of greenhouse gasses and toxic emissions into our environment.

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  • Transport Canada

    Transport Canada is the regulating body for tire safety in Canada. The RAC liaises with Transport Canada on regulatory and other matters of consequence to the tire industry.

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  • Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators

    CCMTA is an organization comprising representatives of the provincial and federal transport administrators who make decisions on administrative & operational matters.

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  • Canadian Manufacturing Coalition

    The Canadian Manufacturing Coalition (CMC) is comprised of roughly 50 major industry groups, united by a common vision for a world-class manufacturing sector in Canada.

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