Tire Recycling Atlantic Canada Corporation (TRACC)

We are a tire recycling company located in eastern New Brunswick, Canada with a variety of rubber products for sale, 2` minus TDF shred, crumb rubber from 1` to 10 mesh, mulch in three different colors as well as play safe material and many other rubber products. We`ve operated New Brunswick`s province-wide scrap tire collection and recycling program since its inception in 1997. Recycled rubber products are clearly a major focus here at TRACC, but we also use premium quality post-industrial plastics for some of our production lines. Over two decades, TRACC has steadily grown and diversified to become the largest, most comprehensive recycling facility in Atlantic Canada. Tire Recycling Atlantic Canada Corporation is based in Central New Brunswick, Canada, serving wholesale and retail customers across North America, Europe and beyond.

Company details

149 Industrial Park Road , Minto , New Brunswick E4B 3A6 Canada

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Material Recycling
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Tire Recycling Atlantic Canada Corporation is based in Central New Brunswick, Canada, serving wholesale and retail customers across North America, Europe and beyond.

We've operated New Brunswick's province-wide scrap tire collection and recycling program since its inception in 1997. Recycled rubber products are clearly a major focus here at TRACC, but we also use premium quality post-industrial plastics for some of our production lines. Over two decades, TRACC has steadily grown and diversified to become the largest, most comprehensive recycling facility in Atlantic Canada.

TRACC Operations
Our province_wide resource recovery system operates year-round, collecting scrap tires from more than 800 local tire retail outlets in communities of every size. Depending on the season of the year, the volume of recyclable rubber generated across NB can vary considerably. But, on average, at least 2 tractor-trailer loads of scrap tires arrive at our factory gates every day. Bulk shipments of post-industrial (recycled) plastics for our Moderne Slate plant fuel production is the key component of TRACC's feedstock requirement.

Our production lines operate in two main buildings spread over 60 acres in the Minto Industrial Park, located 50 kilometers east of Fredericton in Central NB. A range of process operations are typically running at any given time in each 8 hour shift, depending on shipping requirements and seasonal scheduling. In addition to our Canadian headquarters in Minto, Moderne Slate roofing products are also manufactured in Albi, Michigan, to directly serve USA markets.

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TRACC's steady stable growth since 1997 is a prime example of forward-looking sustainable development. A powerful economic asset for the Province as a whole, TRACC is a recognized leader in New Brunswick's environmental industry sector. At the community level, our impact also goes well beyond job creation and technical innovation. The company's involvement in non-profit social programs such as Habitat for Humanity is a clear example. Today, TRACC's strong support for 'HFH' construction extends all the way from Central New Brunswick to Central America. Multi-family dwellings such as the one pictured here are among the wide variety of projects we've been active in over the years.

At the local level, support for sports, fitness and recreation programs has always been a strong focus for TRACC, and its people. Company-sponsored hockey tournaments and individual team coaching efforts are among the many ways we constantly strive to ensure TRACC's presence in our home community is both beneficial and productive.