It is a first world problem – what to do with your old electronics when you upgrade? Stick them in a drawer or toss them in the bin? In our gadget-obsessed society, Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) is one of the fastest growing waste streams. Every year millions of tonnes of electronics…
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We have published a paper in Horizon 2020 Projects: Portal – Issue 10, pages 238-239. The paper can be downloaded under: http://www.horizon2020publications.com/H10/ and describes how our tyre recycling process can recycle whole tyres within 30 minutes.
Frank Riedewald, Kieran Goode, Aidan Sexton and Maria Sousa-Gallagher, publish a paper on the Composite Recycling’s tyre pyrolysis process in MethodsX entitled “Scrap tyre recycling process with molten zinc as direct heat transfer and solids separation fluid: A new reactor concept”. Download this paper (open access) here: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221501611630019X Abstract of this paper is: Every […]
“Technological and economical feasibility of a 40,000 t/y tyre pyrolysis plant: results of a H2020 SME Phase 1 study”, Dr Frank Riedewald, Managing Director, Composite Recycling Ltd, Cork, Ireland Dr Maria Sousa-Gallagher, Process and Chemical Engineering, University College Cork, Ireland ETRA conference, 18th March 2016 You can download the pdf file 09 Tyre presentation ETRA […]
Abstract: Pyrolysis of scrap tyres is a promising technology to recover valuable materials such as pyrolysis liquids, carbon black and steel. Pyrolysis liquids are complex mixtures of organic compounds and may represent a valuable source for chemicals.
Composite Recycling was awarded Phase 1 H2020 funding for its application entitled “TyRec process: Whole Tyre Recycling within 30 minutes with Molten Zinc – towards a circular economy”
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Download the article from Elsevier Science, February 2015. The objective of the method was to prove the concept of a novel waste PCBs recycling process which uses inert, stable molten salts as the direct heat transfer fluid and, simultaneously, uses this molten salt to separate the metal products in either liquid (solder, zinc, tin, lead, […]