From skating rinks to parking lots and playgrounds, recycled tire products can be used in any community space. That’s why we’re re-introducing our grant program, the Community Renewal Fund! We want communities to think green when planning their next community project—And oh yeah, between you and us… your community could be awarded up to $50,000 in grants towards products made with recycled Ontario tires.
This year we have brought the entire application process online, making it even easier to apply for the Community Renewal Fund. To get started, all eligible communities need to do is submit their proposal for their community space on our online submissions page. Simple, right?
For some exciting ideas on how recycled tire products can be used in your community, check out this fun infographic, designed to get your creative juices flowing. It’s chalk full of fun facts about recycled tire products, the Community Renewal Fund and more!
Applications for the grant program open by June 12th. For more information and to get started, visit the Community Renewal Fund page.
75,000 recycled tires get a new life as an 11-mile stretch of rubberized asphalt on Interstate 17 in Phoenix. prescottenews.com/index.php/n…