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Big Atom has plans to break the need for waste exports and hopes to address waste polymer issues with a local solution. The company has faith in localised recycling, reducing waste and creating profits.

US-based DRI Rubber buys LRP Solutions and plans to offer a broader scope of products and services. This will secure DRI Rubber’s market-leading position.

Australian recyclers may not be using the recycling fee effectively. Tyres are being stockpiled or landfilled rather than being recycled.

UK market-leading tyre recycler Murfitts Industries has acquired the tyre collection business of Sapphire Energy Recovery, part of Tarmac, the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions company.

Enviro cooperates with the Swedish Energy Agency to bring green and sustainable recycling to the Indian market. The Swedish company joins efforts to bring new and improved technology to the Indian tyre recycling industry.

As The Tire Cologne approaches, the organisers at Koelnmesse swung into action to promote the event to the tyre press at an event at Motor World, home of the Michael Schumacher Private Collection.

As if to compound issues in India, Chinese reclaim rubber manufacturer s are now targeting the Indian market. Reclaim rubber is being used as a key raw material in the manufacturing of tyre/tubes and China based reclaim rubber producers are looking at filling the demand and supply gap in India.

Chinese roadbuilders are working to pave a 2.5-km stretch of road with rubberised asphalt made from used tyres in a development area in southern Beijing, which boasts the largest application of the recycled material in Asia.

The development of the pyrolysis project extends the interests of the group and see it becoming involved in an operation that will gradually contribute to the goals of Chile’s Law 20.920 Extended Producer Responsibility and Recycling Promotion (REP).

Australian tyre recycler Green Distillation Technologies, which has developed world- first technology that turns old tyres into oil, carbon and steel, has signed an agreement worth up to $50 million.

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