Tyre,plastic recycling to oil / Oil refining Industry News



Tyre recycling / Plastic to oil / Oil refining Industry News

The concept and the status quo of waste rubber in China.

1. The definition:Waste rubber is a kind of solid waster, the main source is waste rubber products, for example, scrap tire/tyre, bicycle tyres, rubber hose, tape, industrial groce...

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The industry of recycling waste tires/tyres has a bright prospect

With the development of the automotive industry, more and more "Black Pollution" brought by waste tyre are gradually threatening the human’s living environment. The reclaiming of ...

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Waste plastic, in others'view, is garbage, but treasure to us

As using the plastic products widely in China, waste plastic is also increasing, which has caused serious "white pollution" and has increasingly become a real headache environmenta...

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The research and development of waste tyre pyrolysis plant is a hard process.

When we enjoy more convenient living brought with the development of automobile industry and plastic industry, waste tires and plastic just like two " junk mountain" weigh on our h...

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Persist in recycling business forever

Recycling( tire machine) is a process turning waste into renewable material, also a method and technology that can not only reduce the waste landfill but also save natural resource...

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Oil refining is a technology

Oil refining is a technology distilled crude oil or other to change the molecular structure, also is that pyrolyze the crude oil and others to kerosene, gasoline, diesel oil, heavy...

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Using rubber recycling machine is a environmental action

As industrialisation proceeds, the number of used rubber will be increasing. A number of environmental problems will be caused if people dispose the waste tyres with burning. Air ...

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The mean to treat with “black contamination” is so important for human

Waste tyres/scrap tires are considered as a complex problem, for the reason is that they are difficult to dispose with normal means such as leaving them in a landfill to decay or i...

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