Enhancing community facilities with safe, functional and lasting recycled rubber products.

Building greener places that bring people together

Would your Canadian charity or non-profit organization benefit from a new roof or flooring made from recycled rubber? Kal’s RePlay Fund helps cover the cost of projects that turn scrap tires into new rubber products to enhance facilities in the communities we serve.

Common recycled rubber products available in Canada include playground surfaces, flooring, roofing, landscape tiles, paving, garden mulch, and kids' play structures. Click here to view a list of recycled rubber products and suppliers to consider.



How to apply

Applications for Kal’s RePlay Fund are accepted annually from the first week of January to February 28. During this period, a link to the digital application form is provided on this webpage.

For updates on Kal Tire’s community giving programs, follow @KalTire on all major social media platforms.

Canadian non-profit organizations are also welcome to apply for Tires for Good, which awards a free set of tires to use on your organization’s vehicle or as a fundraising item (e.g. silent auction item).


Okanagan Science Centre Building

Okanagan Science Centre

A floor for learning. Children and families now get to experience the wonders of science in the Okanagan Science Centre’s main exhibit hall on soft, resilient flooring made from nearly 100 recycled passenger vehicle tires.

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Caravan Farm Theatre Building

Caravan Farm Theatre

The special horses that help bring theatre to life at Caravan Farm have a cosy new stable complete with a stylish, slate-like roof made from almost 500 scrap tires.

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Play Ground Mat made from tires

2022 Eco-friendly Projects

Kal Tire aims to show care for the environment and the communities where we operate each day, but on Earth Day, a global day of appreciation for the planet, Kal Tire celebrates a milestone of the use of over 1 million pounds of recycled rubber through the Kal's Replay Fund.

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