A business which receives, and processes used tires in Ontario for the purposes of resource recovery or disposal is classified as a Processor.

Evolving new framework

Processors must fulfill the following conditions under the tire regulation framework:

  • Register with the Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority (RPRA), providing specific information as outlined by the regulatory
  • Create and submit an annual report to RPRA that contains information as specified by the authority
  • Maintain records that can be accessed or examined in Ontario for five years from the date of creation
  • Submit audits of the practices and procedures as required by Producers to ensure Producer compliance

Working with eTracks

We work with Haulers and Processors to oversee the transportation of end-of-life tires to their facilities.

Once a Processor is registered with RPRA and enrolled with eTracks, they need to:

  • Accept tires from all eTracks enrolled Haulers free of charge, based on the types of tires the Processor is able to accept
  • Provide proof of end-use for Tire-Derived Products (TDPs) sold and demonstrate that the materials being used are with the program mandate.
  • Submit and report delivery of tires to eTracks within a 30-day window for the previous month

Benefits of enrolling as a Hauler under the eTracks Program:

  1. Work with the largest PRO in the province of Ontario
  2. Business name posted on the eTracks website an enrolled Processor
  3. Access to the eTracks online TreadMarks System and mobile app which allows the tracking of all tire deliveries
  4. Applicable Processor Incentive for TDP products
  5. Payment within 30 days of eTracks receiving the required Hauler deliveries and TDP proof of sales

Next Steps

Enroll with eTracks todayeTracks Tire Management Systems is the largest PRO, working on behalf of major tire manufacturers, auto-makers and tire distributors in Ontario. We can help tire Producers manage and dispose End of Life tires (ELTs) in a responsible manner. We provide fulfillment services for our customers’ end-of-life (EOL) tire recovery obligations, in compliance with the updated Ontario regulations.

Understanding the Regulation

The objective of the New Tire Regulation (Regulation 225/18) is to further reduce the number of tires lost to disposal, protect the environment, boost up the economy and support our efforts to combat climate change. It will also usher in an era of enhanced responsibility and sustainability.
Please visit the following sites for detailed information on the regulation:
Used Tires Regulations 225/18

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