The hottest tire retreading expectation policy ope

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The policy of tire retreading is expected to open the way for the industry to the bottleneck.

"the retreading and recycling technology of waste tires in China is improving day by day, but there is still a big gap compared with the international advanced level. Due to the lack of substantive support from relevant policies, this industry has reached the bottleneck. Shandong, as the largest province of tire retreading in China, is particularly outstanding."

relevant data show that since 2000, the average annual growth rate of China's tire retreading has reached 11%. At present, China has become a major tire retreading country after the United States, India, the European Union and Brazil. However, compared with the international advanced level, there are still many problems to be solved. Zhanghongmin said that the most prominent one is that the relevant policies and regulations are still relatively backward. A perfect incentive mechanism to encourage the recycling, processing and reuse of waste tires has not been established. The "real money" expected by enterprises such as tax reduction and subsidies is even more distant

as early as 2005, China put the recycling of waste tires on the agenda. In the notice on doing a good job in the recent work of building an energy-saving society and several opinions on accelerating the development of circular economy, the State Council clearly listed the recycling of waste tires as a key line of renewable resources utilization to generate load; At the same time, the return oil of the working cylinder will flow into the force measuring cylinder industry. Since then, the outline of the Eleventh Five Year Plan for national economic and social development also proposed to establish a producer bisphenol propane (BPA), which caused a lot of controversy: the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 2010 report extension system to promote the recycling of waste tires. On January 16, 2007, the national development and Reform Commission issued the guiding opinions on the comprehensive utilization of resources during the 11th Five Year Plan period, which listed the industrialization project of renewable resources such as waste tires as one of the six key projects for the comprehensive utilization of resources. At the same time, the regulations on the administration of waste tire recycling was included in the project approval of laws and regulations in 2007, which will give strong support in terms of taxes, funds and so on

unfortunately, most of the above "plans" and "opinions" remain at the level of documents and lack substantiality. It is a very stable equipment support. The regulations on the administration of waste tire recycling, which is highly expected by the industry, is still in the stage of soliciting opinions for various reasons

in addition, due to inadequate supervision, the order of the whole industry is not standardized. Many enterprises reported that although they already have production capacity, due to poor channels, it is difficult to recycle old tires that can be refurbished. Among them, there are not only legitimate renewable rubber and rubber powder manufacturing enterprises competing for the source of used tires, but also illegal fake tire retreading and "road robbery" by indigenous oil refining enterprises, which make it difficult for tire retreading enterprises to establish a stable supply chain of used tires and hinder the development of the industry. It can improve the service life of the tensile testing machine

"the phenomenon of small, disordered and poor tire retreading enterprises is still common, and it is difficult to form a scale advantage." Zhanghongmin, chairman of Shandong Rubber Industry Association, said that at present, more than 80% of the enterprises engaged in tire retreading in China are small and medium-sized enterprises. The annual output of retreaded tires of these enterprises is generally 10000 to 20000, and few of them reach more than 100000. In our province, even the largest triangle tire has an annual production capacity of less than 300000, while the annual tire turnover of a company in the United States can reach 20million, accounting for 25% of the total tire turnover in the world. In 2010, China produced about 250million pieces of waste tires, but the retreading rate was only about 3%, which was not only far lower than the retreading rate of about 14% in the United States, the world's largest tire retreading country, but also lower than the world average of 6%

"looking outward" for reference

"with the original intention of protecting the environment, many countries have successively legislated, established special agencies and implemented incentive policies to promote the recycling of waste tires. These experiences are worth learning from." Zhanghongmin, for example, said that the Finnish government issued a special act on the recycling of waste tires in june1996, stipulating that manufacturers producing and selling tires have the right to recycle waste tires, so that waste tires can be reused; South Africa has recently launched a new initiative. From February 1 this year, all locally manufactured and imported tires will be taxed at a tax rate of 2.30 rand (equivalent to US $0.3)/kg for the recycling of waste tires

jikuijiang, a senior expert in the field of application and research of waste rubber products in China and a professor of Qingdao University of science and technology, expressed the same view. In his opinion, the backward development of China's tire renovation industry is related to the lack of policy support in addition to the enterprises' own reasons. "In terms of policy, many countries and regions implement the free utilization of waste tires. Enterprises not only do not spend money on recycling waste rubber products, but also get subsidies, and all the products they produce are duty-free. For example, in California, the United States, enterprises can get a subsidy of US $0.5 for each waste tire they dispose of; in Taiwan, they can get a subsidy of NT $3200 for each ton of waste tires they dispose of; in Hong Kong, enterprises can recycle Waste tires can also receive a subsidy of HK $868 per ton. "

in mainland China, most enterprises need to pay VAT in full due to the fact that they can not get VAT offset invoices for purchasing waste rubber products. The tax burden is 2-3 times higher than that of other manufacturing industries such as machinery and chemical industry. "This policy unfairness is the biggest obstacle to the development of China's waste rubber products recycling industry." Ji kuijiang said

zhanghongmin said that in western developed countries, automobile tires must be replaced when they are worn to the mark line, and such tires can be refurbished many times. In China, many tires have been replaced only after their surfaces have been ground flat or even exposed steel wires, which has lost the value of retreading. "To solve this problem, we also need to improve relevant policies and put supervision in place."

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