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TIRE-DERIVED FUEL (TDF) prepared for CATRA by Kelvin Igwe of TSM

Over a billion end-of-life tires (ELTs) are generated annually, worldwide. In 2018, 487,470 tonnes of tires were recycled in Canada with 26,036 tonnes (5%) consumed as tire-derived fuel (TDF) and the remainder recycled into various products or shredded for other purposes. READ MORE

RUBBER MODIFIED ASPHALT (RMA) prepared for CATRA by Chahneet Sidhu of TSM

Have you ever wondered what happens to your old tires? Recycling agencies in each Canadian province and territory ensure tires are recycled safely and responsibly. In 2018, over 487,000 tonnes of Canada’s end-of-life tires (ELTs) were diverted from landfills and made into environmentally responsible products such as Rubber Modified Asphalt (RMA). READ MORE

Manitoba Recycled Tire Products

Recycled tires are processed and used in environmentally friendly ways. Tire derived products are high performance, durable, UV resistant and withstand extreme weather conditions.

Learn more about recycled tire products

Community Demonstration and Innovations Grant Program – Update May 6, 2020

TSM has reached our Community Demonstration and Innovations Grant Program allotted budget for 2020 and is no longer accepting applications for this year.
Submissions received after this date will be considered for 2021.

Community Demonstration and Innovations Grant Program – Update August 27, 2019

TSM has reached our Community Demonstration and Innovations Grant Program allotted budget for 2019 and is no longer accepting applications for this year.

Submissions received after this date will be considered for 2020.

New Brochure Available

Download the new Tire Stewardship Manitoba Brochure

Community Demonstration and Innovations Grant Program – Update

TSM has reached our Community Demonstration and Innovations Grant Program allotted budget for 2017 and is no longer accepting applications for this year.

2017–2021 Program Plan Consultation

The 2017-2021 program plan consultation period is now closed. Thank you for responding!

We will be posting the new 2017 – 2021 program plan on May 1st, 2016 along with all stakeholder comments.

TSM has launched a new page for Schools

Welcome students and educators to TSM For Schools new page!

View the TSM for Schools Newsletter (PDF)

TSM Announces Program Plan Consultation

Dated: Nov. 15, 2010

TSM is requesting all Manitobans to review  the DRAFTED TIRE STEWARDSHIP MANITOBA 2012-2016 PROGRAM PLAN and provide us with your valuable input toward the development of the program plan (EMAIL COMMENTS). TSM must receive all comments before March 1, 2011 in order to allow time for making changes, should any amendments to the current draft plan be required. After receiving all stakeholders valuable input and making any required changes to the program plan, TSM will submit the plan by May 1, 2011 to the Minister of Conservation for approval.