Tyre,plastic recycling to oil / Oil refining Industry News



Tyre recycling / Plastic to oil / Oil refining Industry News

How to choose waste tires to pyrolyze and waste tires oil Market value analysis

The first problem appears when we mentioned waste tires oil must be raw material, where waste tires comes from, which kind of waste tires has high oil yield and so on. In general, ...

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Feasibility analysis of waste plastic to oil

Henan DOING Renewable Energy Equipment Co., Ltd. specializes in producing waste tyre recycling machine, waste plastic to oil plant, waste rubber recycling to oil equipment and wast...

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Beijing improve its planning of garbage disposal facilities (2013-2015)

"Beijingshould improve its planning of garbage disposal facilities," said Qiu Qi,deputy to the 12th Beijing Municipal Committee of the Chinese People’sPolitical Consultative Confe...

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New methods solution of municipal solid waste

As people's living standards improving, municipal waste ( waste tyres, waste plastic , waste rubber, etc. ) increasing, to become one of the major issues affecting the human en...

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US calls for closer energy cooperation with China

Xinhua, February 7, 2014 Feb.6th. 2014, The United States and China can have closer cooperation in oil and gas industry in the future."There is a great opportunity for the U.S. and...

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Waste tire have its valuable- new method to process waste tire available

With the increasing number of cars, every year over one billion waste car tires are discarded in the worldwide, while the amount of recycled tires cannot reach a third of the total...

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Waste tire recycling management approach

With the rapid development of China's social vehicles, waste tires and waste of resources to environmental pollution issues become more prominent, and the recycling of waste ti...

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Waste disposal of tyres

Disposal of waste tyresLandfills/ deposits Currently the waste tyres processing in the world is still landfill or deposits, especially in some developing countries about 65% to 70%...

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