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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.

A Gladstone, Queensland, oil refinery says it has found the solution to Australia's tyre waste and fuel security problems.

Yorkshire-based Rosehill Security has announced a distribution agreement with ARX Perimeters

A joint venture between Doublestar and 10 Chinese Universities has created a "smart factory" capable of recycling waste tyres without causing pollution. The plant has been built in central China's Henan Province as the latest innovation to aid China's green drive.

According to Green Distillation Technologies, the company has already pre-sold all the oil it expects to obtain from its planned Toowoomba plant

ASTM International’s committee on recovered carbon black (D36), has approved its first standard, (D8178) that defines important terms in the recovered carbon black industry.

Spain’s TNU continues its information campaign with an article on using tyres to creae structural noise abatement walls on embankments.

Researchers at the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing have announced a breakthrough in the treatment of vehicle tyre rubber waste, using it as a base material for an organic semiconductor.

T2O Egebjerg is developing a new T2O plant in the small city of Egebjerg in the county of Odsherred in Denmark.

Waste tyres in Nepal are generally sent to brick kilns for use as fuel, or deposited on the banks of the Bagmati. However, an attempt to change attitudes has been developed by two Nepalese women - Ojaswi Baidya and Loonibha Manandhar.

At the 2019 Tire Tech Exhibition in Hannover, micronised rubber made an impression on the tyre industry.

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