Equipment

Researchers at Henan Polytechnic University in China have hydrotreated the oil derived from hydrothermal liquefaction of scrap tyres (STO) with waste engine oil (WEO) using five different activated carbon-supported noble metal catalysts—Pd/C, Pt/C, Ru/C, Ir/C, and Rh/C—for the production of liquid fuels.

PowerHouse Energy Group plc, the UK technology company pioneering hydrogen and clean energy production from waste plastic, which we recently featured in Tyre & Rubber Recycling, has agreed an MOU with exclusive development partner, Waste2Tricity Limited (“W2T”). 

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.

 

Using Mannesmann's EPC capabilities to build plants that produce Cradle-to-Cradle ™ certified Carbon Black (rCB) from end-of-life tyres

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.

 

Yorkshire-based Rosehill Security has announced a distribution agreement with ARX Perimeters

CM Shredders announced at the start of March that it will open a new test lab and R&D demo facility in North America

The offer for recycling was a ZE co-rotating twin screw extruder used in a process developed by Russian company Rubberint. Ltd.

Italian recycling equipment manufacturer Camec has opted to use Hägglunds motors from Bosch Rexroth.

Bengal Machine's  purchase of  CM Shredder fits with Bengal's strategy to combine world-class brands in the size reduction industry into a fully integrated manufacturer offering complete, turnkey solutions across a wide range of industries and size reduction applications.

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