Tire Recycling Articles

  • Axion Polymers: Brexit could drive UK circular economy

    Brexit offers fresh opportunities for the UK and its manufacturers to secure their raw material supplies, such as recycled plastics, from a stable domestic market and stimulate a circular flow of materials, according to Axion Polymers. The North West-based plastics recycler suggests that potential difficulties in transporting material across borders after March 29 2019 should become a driver for ...


    By Axion Group

  • Easy Ways To Find The MOST Suitable Tyre Recycling Plant For Sale

    A difficulty that is very apparent in recent decades will be the inability to process tires that individuals used. They can be turning up in record amounts. There are actually literally mountains of tires in a number of countries, all sitting there, waiting to get processed. When you could find a way to actually process all of this, you will have zero problem whatsoever developing a sustainable ...

  • New Tire Legislation Means Increased Used Tire Recycling

    Stopping The Sale Of Used Tires The business of selling used tires carries with it both legal and ethical ramifications.  Rather than participating in tire recycling, some tire dealers release used products back to consumers that are not thoroughly inspected.  These tires, although less expensive, ...


    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

  • Tire Baler Introduction

    Baler machine is a machine that people use to wrap tightly different products made from different materials like rubber, paper, cotton, etc. The baler helps to reduce the size and prepares different articles to transport or for shipping and storage. Different baler machines are ...


    By Enerpat Group UK Ltd

  • Tyre recycling pyrolysis plant

    To solve the problem of used tyres waste plastic and waste rubber in a green way, instead of landfill or burning. Waste tyre recycling pyrolysis plant is feeding in every second and minute,automatic ejecting wastes residue,fuel product day and night.waste tyre or waste plastic into fuel ...

  • Waste tyre pyrolysis plant cost

    How to convert waste tyres to useful resources? Now, it is no longer a problem. With 18 years' experience in the field of tyre pyrolysis, and continuous research, development and improvement, Doing group  provides the latest waste tyre pyrolysis plant which has reached a high level in technology. The Waste tyre ...

  • Harden Superb Performance Scrap Tire Shredder

    Harden scrap tire shredder can be applied in a variety of Tire Types A large number of scrap tires are produced from various kind of vehicles and equipment every year. Harden scrap tire shredder can be applied in a variety of tire types like passenger car tires, semi truck tires, small aeroplane tires, agricultural equipment tires, etc.. ...

  • Third tyre recycling system in Moscow region

    Eldan Recycling has successfully commissioned a tyre recycling plant for a customer in Russian Federation. The recycling system will process 15.000 ton car and truck tyres per annum, turning them into 20x20 mm chips. The customer, privately owned Dmitov RTI Industry, is one of the leading industrial waste recyclers in Russia. Dmitov RTI Industry have a well-diversified product range ...


    By Eldan Recycling A/S

  • Energetic use of scrap tires has been restricted: cement manufacturers have to switch to other substitute fuels

    The use of substitute fuels (SF) had previously been regulated in § 8 (3) of the laws of life-cycle management (Kreislaufwirtschaftsgesetz-KrWG) and facilitated above all industrial companies with a high energy requirement to use SF such as scrap tires in the production of their products. But the so-called heating value regulation was now abolished on 1 June 2017. This means, among other ...

  • How Tire Shredding Protects Wildlife

    One of the most revolutionary inventions in the history of mankind was the wheel, and the best upgrade to that invention was the rubber tire, which overcame the limitations of wooden or metal wheels and made it possible to have smooth rides at fast speeds. However, there is a significant drawback to using rubber tires: eventually, they get too worn out to be useful as tires anymore and have to ...


    By ECO Green Equipment

  • International Tire Recycling Spotlight: Venezuela

    Tire recycling is a serious global concern. Scrap tires take up far too much space, they can spawn devastating tire fires that burn for weeks or even months when stored together in large numbers, and they they leach chemicals into soil and groundwater. Recycling is an absolute necessity, but not easily done. Most developed countries have produced millions of scrap tires (at the very least), and ...


    By ECO Green Equipment

  • Tire Shredding: Alternatives to Landfills

    For many reasons, whole tires pose a major problem to landfills. The most obvious is the inefficient use of space. The actual rubber of a tire takes up only a small fraction of the space a tire occupies, and the rest of the space is wasted. A less obvious but far more serious problem is that tires may trap methane gasses when buried with other garbage in landfills. When this happens, the tires ...


    By ECO Green Equipment

  • Invention of the Tire Shredder

    The process of vulcanizing rubber was discovered by Charles Goodyear (yes, you read that right) in 1839, and the development of rubber tires followed not long after (Source: Continental Truck). From there, it didn’t take long for worn-out tires to start piling up, and finding good ways to ...


    By ECO Green Equipment

  • Tire Shredders: An Introduction

    How Does a Tire Shredding Machine Work? Tire shredding is a very common way of preparing scrap tires for disposal or recycle. In order to dispose of tires in a landfill, they must be shredded to various sized chips. The size required depends on the state or area you live in. Tire shredding is also used for recycling tires; crumb tire or tire mulch can be reused to create surfaces on ...


    By ECO Green Equipment

  • Tire Shredding: The Best Alternative

    From cars and trucks to planes, tractors, and forklifts, tires are used for a wide variety of vehicles. And those tires don’t last forever. Regardless of how many miles a tire travels, it should not be used longer than ten years past its manufacture date, as the rubber will grow brittle and can crack. This isn’t usually a problem, though, since most tires are replaced within three or ...


    By ECO Green Equipment

  • Shredding tyres stops zika virus breeding

    Zika is a dangerous disease threatening millions of people today in southern hemisphere. It is spread mostly by the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito (Ae. aegypti and Ae. albopictus). These mosquitoes bite during the day and night. Once you get bitten it is too late to do much but what is important is to prevent this mosquito from breeding. Mosquitos typically lay eggs near water because ...


    By Tana Oy

  • More circular economy: How end-of-life vehicle recycling can be improved

    The circular economy package adopted by the European Commission contains numerous measures aimed at promoting resource efficiency and recycling in the EU. Industry representatives are convinced that the recycling of end-of-life vehicles will also benefit from the package. "The measures planned by the European Commission in the field of design and innovation for the circular economy will ...


    By ICM AG

  • Paving the Way to Quality

    State Rubber & Environmental Solutions upgrades its processing equipment to produce recycled rubber that is suitable for rubberized asphalt. Quality counts, particularly in rubberized asphalt applications that use recycled rubber. The ability to provide a fine, high-quality terminal blend material opens the door to marketing to a range of highway engineers who require something ...


    By Granutech-Saturn Systems

  • Can today’s unrecyclables become tomorrow’s resources?

    Labelling some plastic waste products as ‘unrecyclable’ and consigning them to landfill or energy-from-waste plants risks losing the opportunities to recover these raw materials in the future, warns a leading UK-based plastics recycler. Axion Polymers suggests that while some plastic might be considered ‘unrecyclable’ today, given the rate of progress in resource recovery ...


    By Axion Group

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