Swedish Tyre Recycling (SDAB) has entered into an agreement to deliver tyre raw material to feed the new tyre pyrolysis plant currently being built in Uddevalla, Sweden by the joint venture between funds managed by Antin Infrastructure Partners and Scandinavian Enviro Systems (Enviro). The plant will utilise the innovative Enviro proprietary technology that allows the production from sorted and processed end-of-life tyres of valuable recovered Carbon Black (rCB) and Pyrolysis Oil in high demand by the industry to create a fully circular supply chain. The strategic agreement between the parties entails the delivery of a significant volume of the annual amount of the ELTs collected in Sweden, with deliveries commencing in 2025.

“We are pleased to have been trusted to deliver to this innovative plant being built in Sweden, which maintains high standards for quality and delivery reliability”, says Fredrik Ardefors, CEO of Swedish Tyre Recycling.

“We are investing significant resources into building this flagship industrial-scale ELT recycling plant. The plant will be the first of many we plan to replicate across Europe and represents the highest standard of excellence towards creating a fully circular economy in tyre recycling sector. The agreement with SDAB marks a key milestone and we are proud to start this collaboration” says Stefano Madeddu, General Manager of the JV Swedish operations.

“We are continuously seeking better alternatives for the utilization of recycled tyres, and the innovative Enviro’s pyrolysis technology used in this new plant is a milestone in this endeavor. This agreement also validates that our efforts in sorting and tailoring to customer needs are yielding success”, adds Fredrik Ardefors.

Press release by SDAB.