A new plant using scrap tires as boiler fuel, will be constructed in Canada with the help of Scandinavian Enviro Systems AB (Enviro); memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed between Enviro – the company headquartered in Sweden, and Canada-based ArticCan Energy Services Inc.

According to Enviro’s press release, signing MoU has initiated the construction of the Canadian tire recycling facility with the annual capacity of 30,000 metric tons of end-of-life tires. According to the agreement, the companies will be cooperating for 18 months to set up the plant.

Thomas Sörensson and Anastassia Manuilova signing memorandum of understanding. Photo: Scandinavian Enviro Systems

ArticCan caters a number of industries, including the gas and oil. The company helps its clients with energy efficiency issues, and provides support in finding more environment-friendly, sustainable solutions. Its headquarters are in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. ArticCan has been functioning on the market for over 10 years.

According to Thomas Sörensson, Enviro’s CEO, Canadian market has great significance for the company, as a number of key tire producers are based in Canada. Additionally, the country many rubber manufacturers.

Dr. Anastassia Manuilova, a vice president with ArticCan, says that the newly signed agreement is an important step for innovative strategy development; the association with Enviro will help find a viable solution, which will boost production of high-quality materials out of end-of-life tires.

Enviro has a reputation of an environment-friendly corporation that works mainly with the rubber industry and specializes in commercial recovery of precious industrial materials through tire recycling.

Scandinavian company owns and manages an Asensbruk-based facility for end-of-life tires in Sweden. It is also involved in selling tire recycling plants to manufacturers representing the industry.

Article: Enviro