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  • Rubber recovery can be a difficult process. There are many reasons, however why rubber should be reclaimed or recovered; Recovered rubber can cost half that of natural or synthetic rubber. Recovered rubber has some properties that are better than those of virgin rubber. 
  • It is an excellent way to dispose of unwanted rubber products, which is often difficult. It conserves non-renewable petroleum products, which are used to produce synthetic rubbers. Recycling activities can generate work in developing countries.
  • The amount of tire waste has been increasing year after year. The natural decomposition process of these tires is very slow because they are made of rubber. If tires are disposed of unsafely, they can cause environmental pollution. Furthermore, dengue fever virus can grow in the water that is accumulated inside old tires. The waste tire recycling regulation has been enforced by EPA.
  • According to the research conducted by the Waste Tire Council and the Energy Department of Industrial Study Center, the best way to regenerate resources from tires is cracking them at a low temperature. 
  • To develop recycling technology for rubber waste generated from both manufacturing products and post-consumer products
    to protect the global environment and also save resources.
  • Recovery Technology has developed a new process for the conversion of steel-belted tires to rubber crumb. This technology, which recovers 98% of the useable rubber from the steel, carbon, and fabric components, has been licensed world-wide.
  • Recycling artisans have integrated themselves into the Hydraulic oil traditional market place and have created a viable livelihood for themselves in this sector. The process of tyre collection and reuse is a task carried out primarily by the informal sector. 
  • Tyres account for around 3.5% of the weight of an average ELV, and as a controlled waste under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, a Duty of Care is placed upon waste producers to ensure that waste material is disposed of safely through registered carriers to licensed sites.
  • Manufacturing a retread tyre for an average car takes 4.5 gallons less oil than the equivalent new tyre and for commercial vehicle tyres the saving is estimated to be about 15 gallons per tyre. Car tyres can only be retreaded once but truck tyres can be retreaded up to three times.
  • The New York State Office of Recycling Market Development estimates that approximately 32 consumers of waste tires are operational in the Notheast United States.
  • Complete set of Tyre Recycling plant & machinery of chinese origin with capacity to process about 1000 kgs/hour is quoted for USD 2 Millions onwards. Higher capacity machineries are available and will cost proportional higher Costs.
General
  • A history of rubber recycling
  • Recycling of Rubber
  • Recycled Rubber Business
  • Brief History & Introduction of Rubber

Process

  • Recycling Process
  • Rubber Reclamation
  • Scrap tire and Rubber Recycling Process
  • Scrap Tire Recycling
  • Tire Recycling Process
  • Rubber Recycling Process
  • Scrap Tire and Rubber Recycling 

Technology

  • Waste Rubber Recycling Technology
  • Material Recycling Technology of Crossed Rubber Waste
  • Van Aarsen Rubber Technology
  • Recycling rubber into a multifunctional adhesive
  • Rapra Technology
  • Recycling technology for EPDM vulcanized rubber
  • Identification and Management of Used Tyres
  • Rubber Recycling and Retreading System

Applications

  • Recycled Rubber Products in Landscaping Applications
  • Uses for scrap tires
  • Concrete Pedestrian Block Containing Crumb Rubber from Recycled Tires 
  • Paving Materials
  • Molectra's Tyre Recycling Products
  • Potential Use of Recycled Crumb Rubber
  • Potential of Scrap tire Rubber as Lightweight aggregate in Flowable Fill

Company Profiles

  • U. S Rubber Recycling Inc.,
  • American Rubber Technologies
  • Lavokika
  • Mahantango Enterprises, Inc
  • Recycling Technologies Intl Llc
  • West Coast Rubber Recycling
  • Tyre Shredders UK Ltd

Consultants

  • Juniper Consultancy Services Ltd
  • Alpine Disposal & Recycling
  • Intota
  • Innovation & Technology Consulting

Projects and Plant

  • Production of high quality secondary raw materials
  • Collection and assessment of used tyres by recovery operation
  • Sustainable Re-use of Tyres in Port, Coastal and River Engineering 
  • Adaptation of Waste Tire Rubber for Greenhouse Media and Zinc Fertilizers 
  • Tyre Recycling Plant
  • Recycling Plants In Singapore
  • Quotations for Chinese Plant & Machinery
  • Waste Rubber Recycling Plant
Equipments Suppliers
  • Armex Inc
  • Environmental Protection Equipment Co., Ltd.
  • Charles Lawrence
  • Tire Recycling equipment suppliers List
  • IPM France
  • Recycle Tyre Equipments Suppliers
  • Rimpex
  • Progressive Crumb
  • Ecosystem Ltd
  • Riverside waste Machinery Ltd
  • Tyre Recycling Machinery Suppliers
  • C & N Ruggiero
  • ITs GREEN

Products

  • RB Commercial Products
  • Recycled Rubber Products
  • Recycled Rubber Flooring Products
  • Unique Products Recycled
    & Manufactured from Tires
  • Vulcana products
  • English Retreads- Products

Patent

  • Rubber recycling process and product
  • Method for recycling rubber and recycled rubber product
  • Waste Tire Recycling
  • Method for recycling rubber

Market

  • Automotive Recycling
  • Rebound Rubber Recycling
  • The Recycling and Reuse Industry
  • Rubber Recycling
  • The Tire and Rubber Industry: Leading a dynamic lifecycle
  • Recycling Market Status for Waste Tires in Iowa
  • Potential Markets for Recovered TYRES
  • Environmental issues associated with scrap tire disposal
  • A market approach to eliminating tire stockpiles and promoting recycled rubber product manufacturing in Ontario
  • Scrap Tire Recycling
  • Vehicles and tyres recycling information sheet 
  • Scrap Tire Recycling and Vendor's Workshop
  • Rubber Market Guide

Report and Associations 

  • Rubber recycling
  • Legislation would tie rubber recycling to funding of public services
  • NJ Firm To Buy SC Tire Recycling Plant
  • Waste Tire Rubber Recycling Process
  • Waste Tire Recycling Management Program
  • Economics of Tyre Recycling
  • Old Tyres Shredded and Tracked 
  • Tire Industry Association
  • The Rubber Association of Canada
  • Tire Recycling in Europe

Useful Link

  • Tire and Rubber Recycling Section

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