OTS RFP for Rubberized Asphalt Cement blending equipment and services
Ontario Tire Stewardship (OTS) has issued an RFP to solicit bids from proponents interested in providing Rubberized Asphalt Cement (RAC) blending services in the Ontario market. OTS will provide a grant to selected proponent(s) to source and operate RAC blending equipment in the Ontario market and produce RAC according to a schedule of production targets contained in the RFP. You can access the RFP at the below link.
This RFP comprises part of OTS’s strategy to develop the Rubber Modified Asphalt (RMA) market in the province. In addition to the knowledge development efforts that have been undertaken previously OTS will be launching an RMA incentive program where RAC producers will be eligible for financial incentives of up to $250 / tonne of Ontario-produced crumb rubber used in the RAC used in Ontario-projects.
For more information please review the RFP or contact OTS at email@example.com.
Rubberized asphalt is already being used on highways, regional roads and secondary highways all over the world, and for good reason; rubberized asphalt can make for longer lasting, better performing roads. Roads with rubberized asphalt offer noise reduction, improved driving conditions, function more reliably, and cost less than conventional materials.
Ontarians deserve to profit from the significant benefits of rubberized asphalt, and we will continue to push to expand the market in our province. Through engagement with the road construction industry, by undertaking innovative research projects, and by working to bring practical knowledge and experience from around the world to Ontario, we will advance the industry, taking it in a more sustainable and fiscally viable direction.
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