A locally produced necessity has become a fashion item in the Philippines. In an ever more aware society, where the environment is increasingly to the fore, these fashionable bags are made from old inner tubes and tyres.
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.
Tarmac gets Approval for Rubberised Asphalt
Tarmac secures leading industry accreditation for use of innovative rubber asphalt
Tyres to Graphene into Concrete
Old tyres can be turned into graphene for concrete, reducing carbon emissions
Tyres to Textiles
BASF and Vaude come together to make outdoor trousers from old tyres. Discover more about BASF on Tyre & Rubber Recycling
Botswana University Unveils Rubber Pavers
Botswana university unveils rubber pavers made from waste tyres
In 2050, Michelin Tyres will be 100% Sustainable
By 2050, Michelin tyres will be made entirely from renewable, recycled, biosourced or otherwise sustainable materials. Michelin reveals how to make a tyre 100% sustainable; an objective being met with powerful research & development capabilities and bold partnerships with innovative start-ups.
Pyrolysis Char to Tiles
Carbon Craft Design, founded in 2019 by Mumbai-based Tejas Sidnal, is making carbon tiles from polluted air using a zero-waste process
Nokian Concept Tyre Unveiled
Nokian Tyres announces aims to introduce a tyre made completely of eco-friendly materials by 2025
RMIT Study Rubberised Concrete
Cleaner, stronger, harder: New tech improves sustainable concrete. Read about tyre recycling industry here.
TRS Rubberised Asphalt Rolled Out
Swiss recycler TRS has rubberised asphalt technology validated.