Bogotá has issued Decree No. 265/2016 to amend an earlier decree (No. 442/2015) that established a program for the reuse and recovery of used tires. Of its key changes, the Decree would expand the scope of “tire producers” to include people or entities that import or assemble bicycles. Colombia’s Minister of Environment, Luis Gilberto Murillo, has also announced hopes for future amendments to Resolution No. 1457/2010 to gradually increase used tire collection rates to 90% (from the current rate of 35%); expand the scope to include tires from motorcycles, vehicles out of circulation, and ATVs; and clarify the enforcement responsibilities of environmental authorities.