How it Works

Steward-fee to End Products

For every new tire sold an end-of-life tire will eventually be generated. Rather than taking up space in our landfills and posing a risk to human health and the environment, end-of-life tires are processed and used in environmentally responsible ways.

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Tire Derived Products

Right here in Manitoba end-of-life and tire tubes are being collected and recycled into new products.

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Register with TSM

All retailers who sell new tires are required to register with TSM.

If you are a retailer or a community looking to register with TSM please complete the form, one of our associates will send you back the required information.

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Community Storage Incentive

Do you have end-of-life tires in your community? Looking for a program to assist?

The following information explains how easy it is.

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Community Registration & Information

Community Registration Application

CDIG Grant Program

The Tire Stewardship Manitoba (TSM) Community Demonstration and Innovations Grant Program provides funding for the use of recycled tire products made from end-of-life tires in projects delivered by local governments, post-secondary and research institutions, community and youth groups, Aboriginal organizations, and First Nation communities. Subject to funding availability matching grants up to project levels of $5,000, $10,000 or $20,000 are provided to communities and non-profit organizations to use and benefit from a wide range of recycled tire products.

How To Apply
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