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Seeks Australian manufacturers, innovators, entrepreneurs, polymer experts and other relevant businesses who can demonstrate how rubber from Australia’s used tyres can be used in new products.

Grants of up to $250,000 are available to applicants to help commercialise innovation to products, and be part of creating Australia’s circular economy for used tyres.

Project Streams:

  • Demonstration and Infrastructure Projects
  • Research and Development Projects.

Location: Australia – all states

Who Can Apply:

  • Education
  • Non-Government
  • Community Groups
  • Businesses
  • Individual

The Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) will look upon favourably in the assessment of applications for the Fund:

  • Applications will be assessed most favourably if they are BOTH innovative in nature and have the potential to consume high volumes of Australian TDM
  • Projects will also be strongly considered if they can demonstrate innovative new approaches to consuming TDM and are likely to consume large volumes of Australian generated TDM
  • Projects must have collaborative partnerships between industry, research bodies and “end users” to demonstrate a realistic market application and likely potential of being utilised by the market at the completion of the project
  • All projects must be rated highly in relation to the assessment criteria with a particular emphasis on: a clear business case that articulates the potential increase in consumption of TDM the project will achieve; a clear statement of how the project will capitalise on the characteristics of TDM to create new and improved products or processes; strong project partners with appropriate resources and a track history of delivering successful projects
  • Examples of priority markets and applications TSA will support in the Project Stream include (but is not limited to) road, rail, polymer-based products, building/infrastructure initiatives and explosives.

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