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    2. Canadian Carbon Resource Recovery’s Binding Injunction Order Against ReOil Sp. z o.o

      VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Klean Industries Inc ("Klean") is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary Carbon Resources Recovery GmbH (CRR) located in Berlin, Germany has won a Final and Binding Injunction against ReOil Sp. z o.o. The Binding Injunction Order prohibits ReOil from conducting any commercial transactions, from disclosing, offering and / or bringing to the market any of CRR's confidential know-how and ...
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    3. Australian tire recycler plans to expand into the European market

      Australian tire recycler Green Distillation Technologies, developer of the world-first technology that turns end of life tyres (ELTs) into high value, refinery-ready oil, carbon and steel, believes it can now expand into the European Market. GDT Chief Operating Officer Trevor Bayley said that the recent statement by Faziler Cinaraip at the webinar organized by the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) who said that only 42 percent of the 12 million ...
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    4. Recycled rubber infill material has a role to play in a Circular Economy

      The European new Green Deal is in line with a vision for a Circular Economy that the tyre industry has been pioneering for decades. Europe, the largest net importer of natural resources in the world, loses 95% of the material value during the first use cycle. By using the resources we already have, we can decouple the European economy from the need of new resources. The recycling of tyres is ...
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    5. Australian Engineers Create Recyclable Rubber Polymer to be Used in the Construction Industry

      The versatile new material can be used both on its own, like regular rubber, or mixed with other materials to create a large variety of composites. According to the Australian researchers behind the invention, once the useful life of the product is over, the material can then be recycled almost indefinitely. Made from sulphur and canola oil, the polymer doesnt melt, but can be broken down and reformed by applying ...
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    6. "Green" recyclable rubber gives new life to single-use building materials

      Australian scientists have created a new kind of rubber polymer that could make for more sustainable building materials. This versatile new material can be used on its own like regular rubber, or mixed with filler materials to create brand new composites. Then when the useful life of the product is over, the material can be recycled in an almost endless loop. The rubber polymer is made of sulfur and canola ...
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    7. CATRA issues 2019 Annual Report

      CATRA issues 2019 Annual Report
      CATRA is pleased to announce the publishing of its 2019 Annual Report. Introduced by Brett Eckstein, CATRA's current Chair, the report features significant member achievements both in 2019 and cumulatively since the inception of their programs. Building on our 2019 successes, 2020 is set to be another year of achievement and growth full of opportunities for CATRA to support its members as they work closely with their respective governments ...
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    8. Tyre recovery prices could double

      Tighter waste recovery practices in India will drive a big increase in recovery costs across Europe and beyond, according to industry body the Tyre Recovery Association (TRA). Together with similar moves in some other SE Asian countries, the TRA warns vehicle dismantlers and tyre retailers that disposal costs could as much as double in the coming weeks and months.
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    9. Tire recycling talk will increase in 2020

      WASHINGTON Scrap tire recycling continues to be one of the most important issues facing the industry, as signified by the recent call to action by the U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA) to all affected parties to intensify the development of new sustainable, circular end-use markets for scrap tires.
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    10. Klean progresses with tire pyrolysis projects

      Klean progresses with tire pyrolysis projects
      Vancouver, British Colombia Canadian tire pyrolysis company Klean Industries Inc (Klean) is progressing with the construction of its production facilities in the UK and the US, the company has announced. Having acquired Berlin-based Carbon Resources Recovery GMBH (CRR) in November, the company said in a recent statement that it has now selected an EPC partner for the delivery of its tire pyrolysis and recovered carbon projects.
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    11. Tyromer appoints new director and chairman

      Tyromer appoints new director and chairman
      A developer of rubber devulcanization technology,Tyromer, has appointed Tom Corr as director and chairman. He will bring experience in commercialization, innovation, corporate management and board governance, the Canadian company said. Corrs academic degrees and certifications include a Doctor of Business Administration degree, an MBA from the University of Toronto, an advanced post graduate diploma in management consultancy and ICD.D certification as a corporate director.
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    12. China drafts rules to encourage tire recycling - Reuters

      SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China will establish new specialist firms to re-use and recycle its spent rubber tires as it tries to tackle a mounting waste problem, the industry ministry said in new draft guidelines. The rules, part of Chinas efforts to cut pollution and ensure its resources are comprehensively utilized, were published by the industry ministry on Wednesday and have been opened to the public for consultation.
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    13. USTMA to issue 'call to action' on scrap tire issues at Dec. 4 recycling event

      USTMA to issue 'call to action' on scrap tire issues at Dec. 4 recycling event
      WASHINGTON The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association is planning to issue a "call to action" on Dec. 4 at the 2019 Scrap Tire Recycling Conference in Greenville, S.C., to develop new "sustainable, circular end-use markets" for scrap tires.
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    1. The symposium brings together international experts and professionals from the tire and rubber manufacturing sectors (and) the rubber recycling industry, including processors, transporters, equipment manufacturers and stewardship organizations.
      In Early bird deadline for 2018 Rubber Recycling Symposium approaching