Liberty Tire highlights growing importance of pyrolysis and its partnership with Bolder Industries
Liberty Tire Recycling says it is dedicated to finding new and better ways to reclaim, recycle and reuse end-of-life tires for eco-friendly products with innovative tools, technologies and processes. The company's efforts keep billions of pounds of material out of landfills, contribute to the well-being of our communities and the long-term health of our planet.
To share its recent accomplishments as well as its long-term strategy for the development and implementation of sustainability initiatives and a commitment to transparency, Liberty Tires issued a report on its activities. Among other important things, Liberty pinpoint the growing role of tire pyrolysis and recovered carbon black (rCB) in its activities.
In November 2021, Liberty Tire partnered with Bolder Industries to convert end-of-life tires into sustainable carbon black, petrochemicals, steel, and power. Liberty says the end-of-life tires that Bolder Industries anticipates it will process annually from Liberty Tire will have significant impact—saving CO2 emissions, water, and electricity every year.
"Liberty is in constant pursuit of the highest and best use of end-of-life tires. We have been investigating the chemical extraction business for many years and Bolder has proven to be a partner we can rely on to work with us and our customers on a large scale. Bolder and Liberty are aligned in their goals to increase sustainability for waste tires and our new partnership will accelerate the growth and global expansion for both companies in this critically important space," wrote Thomas Womble, the CEO of Liberty Tire Recycling.
To read the full ESG report by Liberty Tires, please proceed to its official website.