Episode 28 of The Tyre Recycling Podcast takes a turn away from our usual interview style podcast, as we have a deeper discussion into the Michelin/Bridgestone recovered carbon black (rCB) call to action.
The Tyre Recycling Podcast Interviews Wealth of Experts across Tyre Pyrolysis Field
Editor Ewan Scott was joined by some of the the leading pyrolysis actors in the form of Windspace, Wastefront and Scandinavian Enviro Systems. We also have a brief discussion with Peter Taylor, the Chairman of the Tyre Recovery Association who gives a wider viewpoint from a tyre recycling perspective, whilst also analysing the impact from a UK point of view.
00:00 Introduction to Episode #28: A Discussion on the Michelin/Bridgestone rCB Call to Action
01:11 Ewan Scott, Editor of Tyre & Rubber Recycling Comments on the State of the rCB Market and the Historic Approach of Tyre Manufacturers to rCB
05:00 Comment from Jens Elton Andersen, CEO of Windspace on how it shows very clear commitment from the tyre manufacturers to the rCB space
13:16 Ewan Scott Comments on Windspace Moving into the Pyrolysis Sector with a Microwave Project and the Impact of the News for their Investors
13:59 Comment from Henrik Selstam, CTO of Wastefront As on the Collaboration between Tyre Manufacturers and rCB Producers will be of Interest to Investors
17:41 What has been the Assessment of Existing Operators on the rCB Call to Action?
19:36 Comment from Thomas Sorensson, Managing Director of Scandinavian Enviro Systems on the “Fantastic News for Industry”, and how this News Suits their Ambition to Build Capacity
23:41 Comment from Peter Taylor, Chairman of the Tyre Recovery Association on how the Announcement May Mean the Local Opportunities for the use of the Material will be Limited Leading to Possibilities for Exports
28:45 How the Driver for Recycling for Manufacturers has gone from a Cost-Saving Operation to a Question of Sustainability
32:40 Conclusion to Episode #28: A Discussion on the Michelin/Bridgestone rCB Call to Action