The latest digital version of Tyre & Rubber Recycling is now available for viewing and download
In this month’s issue of TRR, Editor Ewan Scott focuses on “sustainability” from a wider perspective than that of tyre manufacturers and what the future might hold for recyclers.
There is also a focus on Indian tyre pyrolysis in Chhattisgarh where Satnam Singh speaks with the operators of three of the key pyrolysis operators in the central Indian state.
Gabriel Leal from Spain’s SIGNUS Ecovalor discusses the risk to the crumb rubber sector, and we look at the launch of Tyrewise in New Zealand.
From across in the USA we cover the development of a new road using TDA and Rubberised Asphalt
Tech Talk introduces Dr Ben Chouchaoui, who discusses the options for the use of recyclates in the first of three articles that will look at tyre derived materials and products.
A new venture from Italy is Quanterra Tech, which is offering a turnkey pyrolysis plant that promises high quality outputs. Whilst in Nigeria, Freetown Recycling has relaunched as Freee Recycle Ltd.
There is a short report from the 27th ETRA Conference and an article on GreenDealles – a project using tyre wire to reinforce concrete.
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