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Workers from Sheffield’s Protyre based helped the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust clear up thousands of illegally dumped tyres. 

Elysium Nordic gains approval for Scandinavian Enviro Systems pyrolysis plant. The permit takes the development of the plant a set closer to operations

CEYES to recycle artificial sports surfaces to make stormwater retention panels.

Bolder Industries partners with Kleenair to offer pyrolysis process that offers quality and consistency.

Flexiroc creates sprayable rubberised concrete for blast protection. Tests show promising results in this Australian first.

The recently resurfaced Bethnal Green street with recycled tyres mixed into the asphalt offers wide-ranging benefits to the environment

Be’ah has started supplying TDF to Oman Cement Company and in doing so follows the optimal route for disposal of accumulated tyre waste.


Indian Scrap body calls for National Recycling Policy and has urged the removal of import duty on waste.


Single surge magentising gives Eriez the edge in recycling magnetics

The Tyre Recovery Association warns that moves by India and other Asian countries to improve environmental compliance will drive market adjustment.

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