Episode 47 of the Tyre Recycling Podcast is a special episode as we have an interview with two experts from the Blackcycle Project, an ambitious research initiative aimed at developing a circular economy model for end-of-life tyres.
Update from the Blackcycle Project
Pascal Klein, CEO of Pyrum Innovations and Stelios Stefanidis, Collaborating Researcher at CERTH answer our Editor Ewan Scott’s questions on the latest developments in the Blackcycle Project.
00:00 Introduction to Episode 47: Pyrum Innovations and CERTH Talk All Things Blackcycle
02:57 Interview with Pascal Klein, CEO of Pyrum Innovations and Stelios Stefanidis, Collaborating Researcher at CERTH
03:02 Pascal Klein Updates on the Status of the Blackcycle Project
03:52 Klein talks about the sustainable carbon black technology
04:53 Pyrum Innovations and CERTH highlight how they are collaborating within the consortium for the success of the project
07:53 What are the major steps that have been achieved in ELT pyrolysis in the last 10 years?
09:50 Stefanidis explains CERTH’s role in upgrading the pyrolysis vapours
11:59 How has Blackcycle helped Pyrum Innovations develop knowledge about the industry?
14:01 How does it feel for CERTH to collaborate with partners such as Pyrum?
16:03 Klein talks about Blackcycle’s role in solving the tyre arising issue in Europe
21:15 Stefanidis discusses CERTH’s work in improving the quality of pyrolytic oil and the potential for further developments through their academic research
24:11 Klein and Stefanidis respond to comments on unpurified pyrolytic oil be used as a bunker fuel
26:28 How would Pyrum Innovations and CERTH describe their experience as a part of this European Project?
28:26 Conclusion to Episode 47: Pyrum Innovations and CERTH Talk All Things Blackcycle