An estimated 11 million tyres become waste each year.
That is a 270,000 tonne environmental problem.
It is also a R620 million business opportunity.

 

INTERNATIONAL RUBBER RECYCLING (IRR) has identified this opportunity, and since 2010, at a development cost of R4.5m, IRR has been perfecting what will be South Africa’s first continuous waste tyre pyrolysis plant. The project offers a profitable solution to the abatement of waste tyres, satisfying both environmental and corporate imperatives. The purpose of this communication is to introduce a strategic partner to this opportunity.

 

An estimated 11 million tyres become waste each year.
That is a 270,000 tonne environmental problem.
It is also a R620 million business opportunity.

 

INTERNATIONAL RUBBER RECYCLING (IRR) has identified this opportunity, and since 2010, at a development cost of R4.5m, IRR has been perfecting what will be South Africa’s first continuous waste tyre pyrolysis plant. The project offers a profitable solution to the abatement of waste tyres, satisfying both environmental and corporate imperatives. The purpose of this communication is to introduce a strategic partner to this opportunity.

 



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