The Leading Journal for the Tyre Recycling Sector

The Leading Journal for the Tyre Recycling Sector

Cayman Islands Prepare Waste Tyre Tender

The Cayman Islands Department of Environmental Health is preparing another public tender to get rid of a pile of used tyres at the country’s George Town dump. This will be the fifth attempt to find someone willing to process and remove the tyres as promptly as possible. Developers behind the proposed $360 million Ironwood community and golf resort say they would take the tyres to use for their 18-hole Arnold Palmer course but they haven’t previously responded to a tender.

Cayman Islands Government Seeking Immediate Response

Past requests for proposals to process and remove the thousands of tyres, responsible for a massive fire last year, were seeking payment but the last bid was looking for only nominal costs to be covered and for someone to simply get rid of them as quickly as possible.

The government is looking for an immediate response and DEH Director Roydell said that he is hoping that the forthcoming tender will result in the removal of, or the beginning of the processing them on site immediately.

“A new Request for Proposals for the used tyres at the landfills will be published within the next two weeks,” he explained. “It is still anticipated that the used tyres will be processed (on or off-island) as promptly as possible. We are hoping that this time around a successful tenderer will be found to do the job.”