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Title:European Union Recycle Tire Test Results
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BRUSSELS,Belgium,May/PRNewswire-FirstCall/-CBP Carbon Industries Inc.breakthrough nanotechnolgy allows automotive industry to meet EU recycling directives for end-of-life scrap tires and would also reduce 40000 tonnes of carbon dioxode greenhouse gas emissions per facility.

   The results of the European Union Recycle Tire Test shows that CBP Carbon Industries Inc. technology for recycling tires to be the first fully integrated approach of thermal and mineral technologies that is both environmentally and economically viable. The technology allows for the economic upgrading of the raw carbonacepus char,one of the by-products of the distillation process,into a commercial substitute for carbon black,a main commodity for the rubber and plastics industries and demonstrates clean operations that cause no detrimental environmentai impact.

At the European Tyre Recycling Association Conference 2007 in Brussels,Belgium it was estimated that the equivalent of 300,000,000 or more scrap tirew reach their end-of-life each year in the 27 member states of the Eurpean Union.It also estimated that similar amouts are found in North America,Latin America,Asia and the Middle East and that global contamination total is probably over 1,000,000,000 passenger car tire equivalents per year.

For many of the past yeas these environmental hazardous accumulations were stockpiled or illegally dumpes after receiving collection fees or government subsidies. As of 2006 the European Directives have banned scrap tires,shredded tires and tire residues from being landfilled or stockpiled.

However ,ETRA reports that only 33% of these End-of-life tires are being recycled into recovered materials.Due to the abundant marker pressures the only yndesired alternative was to burn the tires. In the 1990’s a research and debelopment co-operative program was conducted at the ABB/Alstom production Laboratory in Naperville, Illinos,USA by John H. Fader, now Director Technology of CBP Carbon Industries Inc. This fous on value-added material recovery by integrating thermal and mineral post-trestment technologies was then featured on CNN television.

Pyrolysis of scrap tires has not been commercially successful mainly because of the poor quality of the heterogeneous nature of the carbon rich pyrolysed by-product. In order to look for practical methods to post-treat the pyro-carbon into market products the European Union Cooperative Research Recycle Tire contract GIST-CT-2002-50281 was intitiated. After researching worldwide, the EU scientific team selected the products produced by CBP Carbon Industries Inc, as the “best-available-technology” to successfully conplete their EU Recycle Tire project objectives.

The test results showed that the crude pyro-carbon was refined and upgreded to fuctional grades of reinforcing black fillers, CBPEX,CBPES and CBPEU which can be substituted and blended with N-500,N-600 and N-900 series of standard connercial carbon black grades.

The significance of this recognition of the patented CBP Carbon nano-carbon production technology breakthrough is that there is now a new large market potential for remanufacturing products from scrap tires.According to the latest Freedonia report the global carbon black market is forecast to ries 4 percent per year turough 2008 to 9.6 million metric tonnes.

  The final EU Recycle Tire accredited tests were from the CBp Carbon plant in Hungary which is presently being scaled up for increased capacity. Another plant is planned to recycle 100 tonnes per day or 30000 tonnes of scrap tires per year. This will produce an additional 10000 tonnes of CBp functional black reinforcing filler, a very small quantity considering the large carbon black market potentials.

However, another very important environmental benefit is realized from the improved CBp Carbon technology. Every CBp Carbon plant can now reduce or conserve approximately 40000 tonnes of carbon dioxide greenhouse gas emissions that are released to the atmosphere by the current methods of burning oil or gas feedstocks for production of the equivalent amount of commercial carbon blacks. The CBp carbon products are physically recovered from the scrap tires instead of combustion.

 


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