Tyre Recycling Solutions SA starts implementing rubberized asphalt technology in Switzerland
In early January 2020, innovative Swiss tyre recycling company Tyre Recycling Solutions SA (TRS) shared its success of implementing the ECR technology in the country.
In its recent statement, TRS said:
“After two years of technology validation led by the Swiss Institute for Material Science and Technology (EMPA) and involving two asphalt contractors and one world-leading supplier of mixing plant, TRS has started implementing the ECR technology in Switzerland. Five road sections were paved in 2020. Watch for more road paving in 2021, and not just in Switzerland!”
In addition, TRS is welcoming Luis Alfonso de León Alonso to its growing team. Luis has been working in different roles in the construction and civil works industries and, in the last decade, he has been primarily focused on all matters related to rubberized asphalt mixtures produced with rubber powder from end-of-life tires, firstly as General Manager at Asfaltómeros and more recently as Technical Manager at Cirtec. In his role of Business Development Manager Road & Construction at TRS, Luis will be in charge of developing the market for the ECR technology, with focus on Europe and the Middle East.
Tyre Recycling Solutions SA (TRS) is a limited liability company established in 2013 in Switzerland. TRS builds global solutions for the collection, processing and recycling of scrap tyres through the development and implementation of innovative technologies and business processes. The TRS technology toolbox utilizes a unique water-jet milling process which can produce high performance powder for use as raw materials in a variety of industrial rubber products and high value applications and compounds. TRS derives its revenue from equipment sales, licenses and sale of high performance rubber powder under its globally trademarked brand name TyreXolTM . TRS has patented or applied for patents for trs t-cut™, trs Water Pulse™, trs Biodevulc™ . The names of these processes and related equipment as well as TyreXol™ and TRS are registered trademarks of TRS in China as well.
In 2018, TRS expanded its shareholders base to welcome a group of Chinese investors with the ambition to deploy the TRS model and technologies in China. They have brought valuable support in connecting TRS with prominent industrial associations to get TRS known to decision makers and help TRS better assess the potential of the market.
Original press release by TRS.