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BETTER MOBILITY MEANS MORE SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS
MICHELIN has always been committed to reducing tyre waste by crafting products that maintain high performance up until their legal limit, but now we’re going a step further: producing long-lasting tyres with more sustainable materials. We’re bringing together partners from a range of industries and combining our expertise in high-tech materials to commit to making all tyre components ultimately sustainable.
Disruptive innovations in biosourced and regenerated materials will allow MICHELIN to transform everyday waste (corn stover, waste wood, food containers, plastic packaging, plastic bottles…) into new tyres, among other new products.
And by 2030, MICHELIN’s goal is to have used up to 13.5 million tons of these materials to manufacture our tyres*.
*Cumulative calculated quantity of consumed recycled materials by the MICHELIN Group between 2020 and 2030 in the fabrication of its tyres with the objective of 40% of recycled marterials by 2030.
MICHELIN IS INVESTING IN RECYCLING TO REPURPOSE WASTE INTO TYRES.