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Recently, the Tyre and Rubber Recycling magazine published an article on a Spanish study that suggests that microplastic loss from artificial turf can be limited. Every year, the Spanish tire industry manages 300,000 tons of end-of-life tires, of which about 75,000 tons are utilized as filler for artificial turf pitches.
A British magazine Tyre and Rubber Recycling says the UK ELT exports to India still at its highest rates, despite the restrictive end-of-life tire exports policy recently imposed in the United Kingdom. Figures obtained by Tyre and Rubber Recycling show that tyre exports to India from the UK remain as high as they ever were, if not higher, the magazine highlights.
An Austrian company Dyntex focuses on innovative ideas to produce high quality textiles. Sustainability is aided by ultra-light materials created from post-consumer recyclate (PCR). As a product innovation, Dyntex, a developer and manufacturer of functional materials based in Bregenz, Austria, is offering high-quality fabrics created from recycled vehicle tires. An novel thermo-chemical procedure is used to recover a polyamide polymer from worn tires.