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Polish pyrolysis equipment firm, Syntoil finished second in the global Chivas Venture competition

The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has issued a licence allowing the first green tyre-recycling plant to operate in the town of Warren.

 

 

GES, one of the smaller Italian tyre recovery consortiums has taken a very different approach to its responsibilities and has funded two diverse projects to develop tyre recycling technology.

Italian tyre recovery consortium, Eco Tyre, has announced that its devlucanisation project has shown proven results in real life use on retreaded Hankook tyres.

 

A Ugandan customer recently purchased two sets of pyrolysis reactors, one set of condensers, one set of de-dusting system and other spare parts from Beston Machinery.

 

The Australian transport industry is likely to see substantial benefits from an increase in the use of crumbed rubber in local roads according to Tyre Stewardship Australia.

 

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

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