CM Shredders, a leading manufacturer of the world’s most advanced industrial shredders and recycling systems, is proud to announce the installation of a new…Read more
What is rubber recycling?
Rubber recycling refers to processing irreparably damaged or worn-down (natural or synthetic) rubber products for new use to prevent rubber waste from ending up in a landfill. The process of reclaiming and repurposing rubber requires less energy compared to producing new rubber (puts less pressure on natural rubber, conserves space in landfills, and reduces environmental pollution).
Articles about Rubber Recycling
In 2020, Tana and waste management company Ragn-Sells started working together on one of the largest environmental projects in Estonia. Ragn-Sells is a Swedish…Read more
According to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s (WBCSD) Tyre Industry Project (TIP), the world is projected to generate approximately…Read more
Danish manufacturer of tyre recycling equipment, ELDAN Recycling A/S, has developed a new sensor-based system to detect foreign objects in tyre shreds and…Read more
Global leader in tire shredding equipment helps Missouri-based trucking company convert old truck tires into mulch…Read more
The demand for tire-derived fuel (TDF) is significantly increasing thanks to its advantages over traditional fuels, such as providing higher heating value than…Read more