Agricultural & Mining Tyres to be Recycled into Diesel & Carbon in Western Australia

Tyres to be Recycled into Diesel & Carbon

Perth, Australia based Tytec Recycling is to open a facility that will turn difficult to recycle off the road (OTR) tyres used in applications such mining and agriculture into energy. According to the company the plant will use Edison Award-winning technology from Green Distillation Technologies Corporation – a one-step process claimed to convert OTR tyres … Read more…

Flash Pyrolysis Recycling Organic Waste, Tyres & Plastics into Oil at Basque Country University

Flash Pyrolysis Recycling

The Department of Chemical Engineering of the UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country has developed fundamental processes for producing raw materials and fuels using biowastes and tyres. According to the university, the group led by Martín Olazar, a researcher in the UPV/EHU’s Department of Chemical Engineering, is studying the development of sustainable refineries where it is … Read more…

The disadvantages of traditional plastic disposing methods and the advantages of the plastic pyrolysis plant

Plastic Pollution

Disadvantages of traditional plastic disposing methods: 1. When recycle waste plastics, classification is very difficult and economically viable. 2. Plastic is easy to burn, and it produces toxic gases when burned, such as polystyrene produced during combustion of toluene. A small amount of this substance can cause blindness, vomiting and other symptoms of inhalation. PVC … Read more…