Negative Perception Remains Despite Evidence on Recycled Product 25.10.2017 11:16 No Health Risk from Recycled Tyre Rubber Crumb, BIR Conference Told “Extremely negative” publicity continues to surround the use of tyre-derived crumb rubber in synthetic turf despite evidence from all studies worldwide concluding there is no risk to human health, according to the Bureau of International Recycling. read more … Eldan Recycling Sees Strong Sales in Face of Brexit & Weak Government 18.08.2017 12:51 Eldan: UK Demand Recycling Equipment Strong In Spite of Brexit Danish recycling equipment manufacturer, Eldan Recycling has seen no fall in demand from the UK market in the wake of Brexit. read more … New Solution to Recycling the 2.5bn Tyres Produced Annually 04.08.2017 13:05 IN DEPTH: Dutch Tyre Recycler Closes the Loop on Carbon Black The closed loop recycling of the carbon black has not previously taken off at commercial scale. Dutch firm Black Bear Carbon could be about to change that. read more … Shredders Boost Waste Tyre Processing Capacity by 250% 22.06.2017 15:46 Waste Management Invests in Tyre Recycling Equipment in New Zealand Following the acquisition of Pacific Rubber last year, Wellington based Waste Management NZ Limited has invested in new tyre shredding technology. read more … Definitive Study Needed to Convince Many Legislators of Safety 30.05.2017 14:20 BIR Conference Told Risks of Recycling Tyres into Crumb Rubber Comprehensively Debunked While the potential risks associated with the use of crumb rubber in synthetic turf, have been debunked by over 90 separate pieces of research, the issue “is not going away” until “a definitive study” is published, according to Robin Wiener, President of ISRI. read more … Egg Shells & Tomato Skins Could Bolster In-Demand Carbon Black Supplies 10.03.2017 14:18 Egg Heads at Ohio State University Recycling Food Waste into Carbon Black for Tyres Researchers at Ohio State University are recycling food waste to partially replace the carbon black that has been used in manufacturing tyres for more than a century. read more … 99.9% Purity at 3 tonnes per hour 05.01.2017 22:12 Eldan Recycling Installs Upgrades for Italian Tyre Recycling Firm Daninsh recycling equipment manufacturer, Eldan Recycling A/S, has installed and started up an expansion of a tyre recycling plant at for its Italian customer GATIM. read more …
Loading …