Yet more ill-informed discussion on artificial turf. The Welsh Assembly discusses an emotive issue and faces calls for tighter controls of artificial sports surfaces
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.
ELDAN Launches Twin Shaft Clean-Cut Tyre Shredder
ELDAN Recycling has announced the launch of their new Twin Shaft Clean-Cut Shredder.
New Devulc Process Developed in India
Indian and German researchers have developed a new devulcanisation process. The developers claim that this process is superior to other available techniques.
Tana Recognised with Key Flag Symbol
The Association for Finnish Work has awarded Finnish-based TANA’s waste treatment machinery the Key flag symbol in recognition of a product made in Finland.
Self Repairing Rubber Asphalt in Development
Mexican researcher develops self-repairing asphalt that reacts with water. The developer has hopes of commercialising the product.
Belgian Research Shows No Link Between Cancer and Crumb Rubber
Belgian research suggests no link to cancer from crumb rubber. However, Zinc is released into the water-course. Supplementary research is suggested.
Equestrian Proving to be a Strong Testing Ground for Recycled Rubber
Italian equestrian fair utilises recycled rubber. Tests have shown that there are many benefits to using recycled rubber in arenas and walkways.
GDT Signs Up John Lyons
GDT makes moves to penetrate the US market. J Lyons Marketing will help define the correct business partners for the Australian technology company.
GDT Signs Deal to Convert Char to Graphite
Tyre recycler Green Distillation Technologies has signed a deal with New Zealand’s CarbonScape to enhance the value of the carbon produced by its process, turning it into high-value graphite.
China Starts Adopting Rubberised Asphalt
Chinese roadbuilders are working to pave a 2.5-km stretch of road with rubberised asphalt made from used tyres in a development area in southern Beijing, which boasts the largest application of the recycled material in Asia.