War spurs interest in Enviro’s rCB
Sharp increase in interest in materials recovered from Enviro following the war in UkraineEnviro has noted a sharp increase in interest in purchasing the carbon black and oil that Enviro recovers from end-of-life tires life since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24. The increased interest has been seen among old and new customers, but the company cannot yet gauge what this will mean in terms of specific orders or supply agreements. If you enjoyed this article on tire and rubber recycling, click…
ISCC certification for Pyrum Innovations
Pyrum Innovations AG has received ISCC Plus certification for the recovered carbon black it produces. In September last year, the pyrolysis oil produced by the company was certified as a sustainable output material. If you want to learn more about ISCC certification, read the full article on tire and rubber recycling here.
Winter Olympics – ENVEA contributes to mobile monitoring of pollution sources
Boosting “Winter Olympic Blue” The highly anticipated Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics have officially begun, and air quality in Beijing has remained at good to excellent levels since the Games opened . It is the result of the hard work of countless people involved in protecting the environment! ENVEA, through its subsidiary ENVEA China Ltd, is highly honored to cooperate with Beijing Saak-mar Environmental Instrument Co. to provide mobile source cruise monitoring solutions,…
Beston Rubber Pyrolysis Plant Models
A pyrolysis plant is used to recycle all kinds of rubber and plastic based waste as well as oil sludge. Rubber pyrolysis machines are particularly popular because they can eventually turn waste tires into profitable communities, namely carbon black, pyrolysis oil, fuel gas and steel. Since the standard road tire can take over 50 years to decompose inside a landfill, an emission-free waste rubber pyrolysis plant is underway in the waste recycling industry.
From methane to carbon black for Goodyear?
Monolith Corporation, a leader in the production of clean carbon black, announced that it has signed a collaboration agreement and letter of intent (LOI) with The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (Goodyear). As part of the agreements, Monolith plans to collaborate with Goodyear on the development and potential use of clean carbon black produced at its expanding Olive Creek plant in Hallam, Nebraska. Unlike the most recent development, this new source of carbon black does not come from recycled materials. tires. Rather, he comes…