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The global drive towards sustainability has seen businesses continually looking for alternative fuel sources, resulting in an increase in rubber and plastic recycling across the UK.

The German city of Osnabrück has stepped up to join the tyre recycling world by planning its own tyre pyrolysis plant

Shropshire Police introduce a tyre tagging scheme

In a bid to reduce waste and actually repurpose it for something productive, the Fijian government is funding the new Fijian Stewardship of Tyres with an allocation of $200,000 in the 2021-2022 financial year.

 

Ecopneus continues to support the Festival of Sport as it reinforces its belief in recycled rubber sports surfaces

Scottish tyre recycler UK Rubber moves ahead with shredding plans.

U.S. Rubber Recycling sees sales soar through the pandemic

SIGNUS’s Activity Report for the financial year 2020 is now available on its website

Waste tyre collection costs have been steadily rising in recent years. There are many causes, not the least of which are transport and labour costs. However, whilst collection fees are based on a unit price, processing is by the ton.

End of an Era as we say Goodbye to Dr. Valerie Shulman

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