Rubber Recycling

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).

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The CM Whole Tire To Chip System

The CM Whole tire to chip system has two speeds, one for passenger tires and one for semi-tractor trailer tires. It can process whole tires in a single step…

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