Pearl Global Move Towards Production in Australia

pic of Pearl Global Factory
Pearl Global signed the deal on these premises in 2017 - production is expected in 2018

Pearl Global Ltd is moving towards its first commercial-scale tyre processing facility near Brisbane in Queensland.

Pearl Global is a tyre processing company that applies what it claims to be a unique technology to cleanly convert tyres into valuable secondary products.

Pearl is commissioning its first commercial-scale production facility and the site is now in the final stages of the commissioning process. The commissioning process is not limited to the thermal desorption units, but all operational functions.

Pearl also claims to have Australia’s first and only environmental approvals for the thermal treatment of rubber.

The company’s technology is a significant advancement on other methods of processing waste tyres because it has low emissions, no hazardous by-products and requires no chemical intervention

It is also the only process that meets the standard emissions criteria set by the Australian regulators for this type of technology.

About the author

Editor of Tyre and Rubber Recycling since its launch; Ewan Scott has been writing about tyres and tyre recycling for almost 20 years.

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