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Comparative analysis of tires recycling in south east asia

Tire Recycling in Southeast Asia: A Comparative Analysis

As we navigate the global challenge of sustainable waste management, understanding regional disparities in tire recycling practices becomes crucial. Southeast Asian countries showcase diverse approaches with varying levels of effectiveness:


With a robust recycling industry, Vietnam leads in tire recycling, processing over 85% of discarded tires annually (Source: Vietnam Rubber Association).


Although making significant strides, Thailand's recycling rate stands at approximately 60%, supported by government initiatives and private sector partnerships (Source: Thailand's Pollution Control Department).


Facing challenges, Indonesia struggles with tire recycling, managing to recycle only around 20% of used tires due to infrastructural limitations (Source: Indonesian Rubber Research Institute).


Exhibiting promising advancements, Malaysia's tire recycling rate hovers around 70%, propelled by dedicated efforts in technology and investment (Source: Malaysian Rubber Board)

While these figures highlight disparities, they also signify opportunities for collaboration and knowledge exchange among these nations to enhance recycling infrastructures.

The urgency to address tire waste necessitates concerted efforts from governments, industries, and communities to achieve sustainable solutions and mitigate environmental impact.Let's engage in a dialogue for a greener, more sustainable future.

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