• Kristin Cooper

CalRecycle: Tire Derived Aggregate (TDA) Grant Program

Release Date: August 2020 Deadline: September 2020 Amount: Up to $350,000 Eligibility: Cities, counties, special districts, JPAs, public school districts, nonprofits and tribal governments The fundamental goal of the TDA Grant Program is to promote the development of long-term, sustainable, and diversified markets for California’s tire-derived products. Tire-derived aggregate (TDA) is a significant use of recycled tires in the United States and provides a cost-effective alternative to conventional aggregate for use in various civil engineering projects. These uses include retaining wall backfill, lightweight embankment fill, landslide stabilization, vibration mitigation, low impact development, and various landfill applications.

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