January 01, 2021
2020 Annual Report
Between the COVID-19 pandemic that ground the world to a halt, and the resulting slow-down of tires purchased in a sluggish economy, 2020 was a year unlike any other in recent memory. The pandemic had a large-scale impact on all of us, with unprecedented disruptions in how we live, work, commute, and operate as businesses. It was the first time many of us moved out of the office and into our homes for months at a time. eTracks staff worked quickly to adapt operations, and with many online communication modalities already in place, our team was able to mobilize the transition from office-to-home quickly and efficiently. Most importantly, these measures allowed us to protect our staff while ensuring our customers continued to receive unwavering compliance service.
Learn more, read the 2020 Annual Report
November 11, 2020
eTracks in the evening news
eTracks CEO, Steve Meldrum was interviewed on CP24 to discuss the implementation of new tire recycling regulations in Ontario and eTracks’ role as a Producer Responsibility Organization (PRO).
September 07, 2020
New survey aims to dispel myths and misinformation about Ontario’s tire recycling program
Results show most Ontarians agree purchasing recycled products helps combat climate change: eTracks
Oakville, ON – September 9, 2020 – A recently released survey conducted by eTracks Tire Management Systems — a company that works on behalf of tire producers to meet their regulatory obligations of recycling tires — is looking to dispel the myths and misinformation about the tire recycling industry, and with good cause: the survey revealed that only one third (37 per cent) of Ontarians know that, in Ontario, tires are recycled.
Nearly half (49 per cent) of Ontarians do not know whether they’re recycled or thrown into landfills, and a surprising 14 per cent of residents – a whopping 1.5 million adults in Ontario – do not believe tires are recycled at all. In reality, tire manufacturers and automakers are responsible for recycling every tire they sell in Ontario, yet only 32 per cent know this is the case.
The good news is 81 per cent agree that purchasing recycled products helps to com...