U.S. Rubber Recycling sees sales soar through the pandemic
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.
Purified Pyrolysis Black is Now Possible
Carbon Black from car tyres becomes a possibility. Read more about tyre pyrolysis on Tyre & Rubber Recycling
NextLap Produces Portuguese Projects
Footwear made entirely with materials from recycling end-of-life tyres. Discover more about NextLap on our website.
Sustrendlab Aims at Lithium Ion sector
Sustrendlab plans to raise USD 5m to bolster production of lithium-ion batteries. Read more about Sustrend on Tyre & Rubber Recycling
Second Sustainable Michelin Tyre
Michelin uses Enviro rCB for its sustainable racing tyre. Discover more about Enviro and Michelin in a few clicks.
Forrec: End of Life Tyres and Environmental Impact
When a tyre no longer guarantees safe and efficient performance to a vehicle, it becomes waste. It must therefore be collected for recovery and recycling, which takes place in special plants.
TSA Brings Another Rubber Bitumen Deal
Puma Bitumen and Tyre Stewardship Australia partner in crumb rubber ‘game changer’ for asphalt sector
Australian Rubber Bitumen Plant Opened
Australia’s first crumb rubber bitumen blending plant means fewer tyres going to waste. Read more about tyre recycling in Australia
Salvadori for Rubberosion
Salvadori Partners with Rubberosion and The State of Colorado to tackle massive end of life tyre dilemma
North West Rubber SportFloor Release Test Results
Recycled Rubber flooring proven to "eliminate nearly 100% of microbial contamination after cleaning". Visit Tyre & Rubber Recycling to discover more.