Tyre & Rubber Recycling has launched its first issue for 2021 and as usual there is a lot to get stuck into.
As is the custom in Tyre & Rubber Recycling, there is a huge range of stories from the industry for you to take a look at.
With the news that the European Chemicals Agency has recommended a ban on crumb rubber, editor Ewan Scott asks the question Is This the End of Crumb Rubber Infill?
Meanwhile, in news from Canada, Ecolomondo’s Hawkesbury Plant is reported to be on Schedule.
The key features this month are an in-depth overview into the burgeoning pyrolysis market as well as a special supplement featuring all the nominees in the Recircle Awards.
Our African correspondent Valentine Iwenwanne also reports on the huge potential for tyre recycling in Nigeria , whilst Eco Green Equipment debuts its Eco Extractor 63 machine for recycling mining tyres.
Last but not least there is plenty of news from South America including a report on the passing of the Chilean Recycling Law as well as a profile on GENEU, Uruguay’s EPR Scheme.