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Pyrum Innovations AG receives ISO 9001 certification for its quality management system

Pyrum Innovations AG has received ISO 9001 certification for its quality management in the scope of ELT recycling, production and sales of the resulting products, research and development of new input materials and products, and plant design and construction. The implementation of and compliance with the quality management system according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 has been confirmed by successfully passing the audit.

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A new graphic has been created that, while maintaining continuity with the corporate image that has accompanied it, aims to consolidate the positioning and recognition of Ecopneus, giving a further impetus towards the challenges and opportunities of the ecological transition that the country faces.

“The logo changes, but the values ​​we have always carried in the management of End-of-Life Tyres remain intact: ethics, legality and maximum service to tyre dealers, constantly aiming to promote the many applications of recycled rubber in our everyday life,” declared Federico Dossena, General Manager of Ecopneus.

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InfraCo Global Limited (“InfraCo”) has established a new subsidiary, REVYRE Global Polymers Pty Ltd (“RGP”) and entered into a global agreement with Advanced Sustainable Polymers Pte Ltd of Singapore..

Tyromer Inc is a technology spin-off from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada dedicated to solving the global problem of scrap tyres. Tyromer has developed a patented technology that converts scrap tyres into a devulcanised rubber compound that can be used in the manufacture of new tyres and other rubber products (TDP) and is now scaling up globally through a technology-licensing strategy. Presently, there are Tyromer TDP facilities in Canada and Europe.

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Goodyear Tyre & Rubber Company announced at the 2022 Waste Expo trade show, a new formulation of its popular Endurance™ WHA waste haul tyre made with a renewable soybean oil compound. The Endurance WHA is now made with soybean oil, which replaces a portion of the petroleum-based materials used in its production. The soybean oil in the tyre is a bio-based material currently sourced from surplus leftover from food applications and is another step in Goodyear’s global journey to fully replace petroleum-derived oils by 2040.

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