Products

In this section of the Tyre & Rubber Recycling website, you can expect to find out about the latest products, services and technologies that are being brought to market in the tyre recycling industry.

Pearl Global has taken a different tack to deal with its pyrolysis char. Instead of chasing the chemicals market or the rubber sector, the company has developed a new asphalt product from its char.

 

MOL dedicates new Hungarian plant to rubberised bitumen. Click here to read the latest news from the tyre recycling sector.

Trials with rubberised asphalt in South Africa prove successful

Indian entrepreneur takes recycled tyre shoes to a new level

Novel asphalt additive for better, safer and environment-friendly roads

UK Rubber (UKR), the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) licensed tyre recycling facility located in Motherwell, is set to provide a one-stop solution to the problem of processing scrap tyre arisings in Scotland, and is now looking to promote its new scrap tyre uplift service to businesses across Scotland. 

 

A Greater Manchester start-up company has launched the first of a range of products aimed at reducing wastage from vehicle tyres, supported by the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre’s (GEIC) ERDF Bridging the Gap program at The University of Manchester.

 

Capacity Growth for Pyrolysis Oil as BASF invests in Pyrum

Australian-based Jasmine Campbell, who runs homeware website Modern Mila, first began creating the coffee tables after she realised how much waste her family was making. Keen to make a difference, she began turning leftover scraps found around the home into homeware accessories.

 

AZ-Métal offers a secure collection system for smaller tyre outlets

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