The UK’s Tyre Recovery Association welcomes the call by Indian campaigning body Social Action and Environment Group (SAPE) to ban dangerous forms of tyre reprocessing in India.
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Retford School Recycles
Tyres form basis of tyre garden at UK school
SIGNUS Speaker for Querétaro 2019
Querétaro 2019 has confirmed the presence of, SIGNUS, Director General,Gabriel Leal Serrano at the conference
Material Recovery from German ELT Rises
The material recovery from scrap tyres in Germany has again increased, while thermal recycling continues to decline.
Polymer Fuel Process for Tyres Developed
University of Zambia School of Engineering, Lecturer and Researcher, Dr. Sam Sichilalu, has developed an innovation designed to generate fuel from polymer waste such as discarded tyres, plastic, and rubber
SA Students Put Tyre Char Back Onto Tyres
The most infamous use of tyres in parts of Africa has been “the necklace”, used to punish apartheid informers in South Africa. The tactic was not confined to South Africa, but thankfully it has become a memory and Africans are looking at more constructive uses for end of life tyres.
Bureau of International Recycling Appoint Tyre Chairman
BIR announced in mid-June that Mr Max Craipeau, CEO of Greencore Resources in Hong Kong (previously known as Maxco Industries (HK) Limited), has been appointed as new Chairman of the organisation’s Tyres and Rubber Committee.
Klean Industries Reaches Key Milestone
Klean Industries Inc is pleased to announce that Klean’s recovered Carbon Black (rCB) technology has reached a significant milestone in annual production and distribution of rCB which is now exceeding 100,000 metric tonnes annually.
Taylor Joins ETRA
TRA’s Peter Taylor becomes UK’s only Vice President of ETRA
Genan Founder Jailed
The Western High Court in Viborg, Denmark, has jailed Bent Nielsen – founder of tyre recycling company Genan – for six years