The American city, Buffalo, New York, will become a dwelling place for a new tire recycling plant with minimal annual capacity of 30,000 tons of scrap tires after a Swedish brand Scandinavian Enviro Systems has teamed up with Treadcraft Limited. The two brands have already signed a Memorandum of Understanding, which will be effective for half a year.

The administrations of both cities are ardent supporters of the initiative, as Enviro’s standarts are in line with their ambition to switch to the green model of business, as they consider tire recycling the industry of the future.

The facility will be built near international transportation routes – this step will enable smart logistics, and materials will be easily transported, said Terry Gilmore, President of Treadcraft Limited.

The initiative is anticipated to be launched at the end of 2018. Treadcraft appreciated the opportunity to work with Enviro and to incorporate their method of production of high-quality recovered carbon black (rCB) that is obtained from scrap tires, Gilmore added.

Treadcraft has tight collaborations with key companies that represent various industrial segments and it raises awareness among them about advantages that Enviro’s carbon black can have in terms of cost-effectiveness and sustainability.

The contractor Treadcraft Limited is a Canada-based company, launched more than 10 years ago. It is actively engaging within the market of the North America.

Press release by Scandinavian Enviro Systems