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Waste Tire Recycling

End-of-life Tires Disposal

The most effective and environment-friendly way for End-of-Life Tires disposal is to turn them into valuable materials, transforming them into Rubber Powder and Rubber Granules.
A tire is classified as an End-of-Life Tire (ELT) when it is no longer fit for its intended use, including passenger car and truck tires. Due to their chemical composition, waste tires pose a significant environmental challenge as they are non-biodegradable. Consequently, they occupy significant amounts of space in landfills, causing both critical health concerns and environmental pollution. Properly managing ELTs is crucial to mitigate these negative impacts and to encourage the development of sustainable waste management practices.
One viable approach for environmentally responsible disposal of End-of-Life Tires (ELTs) involves converting them into valuable materials such as Rubber Powder and Rubber Granules, which can be utilized in various applications.

Tyre Recycling Machinery Process

The plant for the treatment of tires is based on a production cycle designed to take scrap car and truck tires and turn them into rubber granules with varying particle sizes, at the same time separating other components, namely steel and textile fiber. The various stages of the process involve removing the steel ring, shredding and size reduction, grinding and subsequent fine granulating. The plant comprises a cleaning and separating system that works in stages to separate the textile fiber and steel contained in the tire, enabling the product to be sorted into the two prescribed particle sizes, i.e. from 0 to 0,08 inch and 0,08 to 0,2 inch (0 to 2 mm and from 2 to 4 mm). To achieve zero environmental impact, a series of soundproofed enclosures and a sophisticated filter system are installed to meet current code.


Cost savings, a sustainable fuel source for cement factories
Shredded scrap tires (size 50 mm) used as alternative fuels for economical re-use in cement plants
The ash from the alternative fuels (TDF) is added to the mineral components of the cement clinker and thus reduces the volume of additives needed.


Benefits of Rubberized Asphalt
Extended life of road surface
Reduces costs
Resists cracking and rutting
Increases safety of road
Environmentally friendly


Broadening sports and fitness opportunities
Infill for Synthetic Turf Fields Flooring
Indoor and Outdoor Running Tracks
Fitness Mats


Creating useful everyday products such as
Recycled Rubber Tiles

Environmental Benefits

When waste tires are recycled, they do not end up in landfills, which can help reduce the amount of space needed for storing waste.
Waste tires can also release pollutants into the water supply when they are dumped in bodies of water or when rainwater runs off of them. Recycling tires can help prevent this type of pollution.
Recycling tires can create new products, such as the ones mentioned above: rubber tyles, outdoor running tracks, surgical gloves, etc.
TIres are made from rubber, which is a petroleum- based product. Recycling tires helps reduce the demand for new rubber, which can in turn reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with petroleum extraction and processing.
Recycling tires helps conserve natural resources, such as oil and natural gas, that are used in the production of new rubber products.
Recycling tires helps conserve natural resources, such as oil and natural gas, that are used in the production of new rubber products.
Rubber Powder and Rubber Granules can be utilized in various infrastructure applications.