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The Tyre & Rubber Recycling Breaking News section brings you the latest stories emanating from the tyre recycling industry.

Tyre recycling sector to be represented at RWM for the first time

Australian research and trials shows positive outcome for rubber in concrete

Queensland denies $5m grant to Green Tyre Distillation

After successful production tests, Trelleborg Lanka (Pvt) Limited has today placed three initial orders for serial delivery of Enviro's recovered carbon black (EnviroCB) for production of solid tyres.

The National Environment Management Authority (Nema)of Uganda, has issued a 21-day ultimatum to a tyre and plastic recycling plant to stop oil spillage and carbon emissions.
The factory in Nyimbwa Sub-county in Luweero District reportedly releases black smoke that produces a foul smell.

At the TRA Forum on the 18th June, Howard Leberman from the Environment Agency announced that there was a very strong likelihood that existing T8 Exemptions on tyre processing would be removed, and the S2 Exemptions on tyre storage would almost certainly be tightened. By mid 2020.

The ECHA investigation into microplastics may effectively ban the use of <5mm crumb rubber infill

The successful Tyre Recycling Forum, which took place at The Tire, Cologne, in 208 is to be repeated in 2020.

A “new” asphalt that uses recycled waste tyres has been launched by Tarmac, according to an article in Highways Magazine.

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

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