The answer is - End Use Materials.
End use materials are material that can be recovered. This can range from woody biomass - woodfuels such as used wood; herbaceous biomass and biomass from fruits and seeds - agrofuels and others such as municipal waste products, or in case of our expertise - tires.
Rubber recycling is an industry with a massive pool of possibilities. First and foremost the recycling of tires opens doors to several business opportunities such as the production of shreds for burning in cement kilns, wire-free chips for pyrolysis plants, crumb rubber for artificial turf and lastly, rubber powder for the production of molded goods.
These are just a few of the options to abuse in this industry. Availability of tires won't decrease until we inhibit this planet and drive vehicles, which require tires. In case these material is not recycled, it is left for eternal decomposition in the land fields, where under the heat of sun, toxins are released in the air, which can result in incineration or accidental fires that can pollute the water, air and soil.
The world is going crazy over energy security and oil supply currently being at its very pick. The truth of the matter is that population growth is increasing, which is a statistical fact easily observed when comparing growth and consumption of energy in China and India. Every year are consumption needs increase and they will continue rising with population growth.
Alternative fuel became a trending topic, when companies began searching for investment opportunities in alternative energy sources such as biomass plants, solar and wind energy, and those who seek investment in the traditional money-making business turned for pyrolysis plants.
Alternative energy is not only the solution to diminishing availability of conventional fuel in the world, but it is also a great business opportunity with beneficial environmental impact.