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Pyrolyx announced new innovations in the Pyrolysis process

Pyrolyx ProcessGerman based Pyrolyx announced at Tire Technology Expo 2013 recently that following a decade of intensive research and development in industrialising the pyrolysis process, the company intends to have its first factory operation for the sustainable production of carbon black by the end of this year.

Marangoni launches new MIX100 off road tyre

marangoni mix100Italian retreading specialist Marangoni has announced the latest addition to its Ringtread pattern portfolio with the all new MIX100 design which has been targeted at the on/off segment users who demand high mileage performance at consistent sustained speeds.

S&J GRANULATE STARTS PRODUCTION IN TYRE RECYCLING PLANT GUJARAT

Amit Aggarwal SJ GranulateS&J Granulate Solutions Pvt Ltd sets up a modern tyre recycling plant with an investment of about US$ 7 million on Vapi Silvasa road in Gujarat. The production line, which became operational last month, is capable of processing up to 5,000 kilograms of shredded used tyres per production hour.

UK TV programme reveals illegal activities in tyre disposal and recycling

Tyre RecyclingOne of the UK's leading investigation programmes, Panorama, turned its attention this week towards the tyre industry and looked at the growing fly tipping problems as well as illegal operations in the export of used tyre casings to the Far East.

Panorama reported that tyre retail/fast fit equities are charging motorists a Green Tyre disposal fee of up to £2.00, are then paying less reliable tyre collection companies to remove their tyres for legal tyre recycling processes. In fact these 'bogus collectors' are taking the money and illegally dumping the tyres in rented farm buildings before disappearing. A growing number of angry landowners who have fallen victim to this scam are then 'stuck' with the responsibility of disposing of the tyres which is extremely expensive.

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