Pyrum receives ISCC Plus certification for carbon black
Pyrum Innovations AG (Pyrum), a pioneer in the sustainable recycling of end-of-life tires based on its patented pyrolysis technology, has received ISCC Plus certification for the recovered carbon black it produces. In September last year, the pyrolysis oil produced by the company was certified as a sustainable output material.
The International Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC) is one of the world's leading certification schemes, providing solutions for the implementation and certification of sustainable and traceable supply chains of raw materials, waste, renewable non-bio raw materials, recycled carbon materials, and fuels. The ISCC Plus certification is a voluntary certification standard that includes biofuel, bioenergy, as well as chemical and technical applications, among other things.
Pascal Klein, CEO of Pyrum Innovations AG, said: "With this certification for our recovered carbon black, we have reached another important milestone, proving that not only our pyrolysis oil but also our carbon black is sustainable and considered a renewable raw material. This means that all our end products are now ISCC PLUS certified. Thus, we are making an important contribution to achieving a circular economy in which new products are created from waste."
Pyrum Innovations AG receives ELT directly from manufacturers and workshops, recycles them in its own pyrolysis plant and in this way produces new raw materials such as pyrolysis oil and recovered carbon black, which can be returned to the recyclable material cycle.
Original press release by MarketScreener.