Subscribe for Weibold's monthly newsletter to receive the most important news on market trends, technology advances, expos, trade shows and conferences related to tire recycling and pyrolysis industry and much more!Newsletter
Episode 38 of the Tyre Recycling Podcast run by Ewan Scott – chief editor of Tyre and Rubber Recycling magazine – is devoted to how satellite technology can help mitigate end-of-life tire stockpiles. The guest of the Podcast is Elke Biechele, CEO of RisikoTek. In this podcast, Ewan Scott asks Elke Biechele about how the technology works, it uses and its key benefits in being able to identify scrap tyres.
Scandinavian Enviro Systems AB (Enviro) – a tyre pyrolysis operator and equipment supplier from Sweden – has submitted an application for a construction permit through the property owner, Fratera, for the planned recycling plant in Uddevalla, Sweden. The construction permit application pertains to the previously announced recycling plant that the company plans to establish on an industrial site in the Lillesjö district of Uddevalla Municipality.
On the 20th of September 2022, Pyrum Innovations AG (Pyrum), a pioneer in the sustainable recycling of end-of-life tyres (ELT) based on its patented pyrolysis technology, and UNITANK Betriebs- und Verwaltungs GmbH (UNITANK), an operator of tank terminals, intend to jointly build and operate pyrolysis plants as part of a joint venture. The two companies agreed on this matter in a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). According to the MoU, a total of up to ten pyrolysis plants for recycling ELT is to be built in the EU by 2030. The first plant is to be constructed in Germany. Pyrum and UNITANK want to make a final decision on the exact location by the end of the current year. The final investment decision is to be made in 2023, with commercial operation of the first plant starting 24 months later, i.e. probably towards the end of 2025.