About Tire Recycling
The key component to this new innovative technology is that it produces the largest output of diesel to any other market participator at this time, giving a more efficient output of fuel and faster return on investment.
Within developing countries fuel prices are skyrocketing, fuel is transported from foreign countries to refineries, refined, and then transported to local distribution centers and then to cars, vehicles, mines, etc. There is a constant shortfall of fuel.
ECR Asia supplies a technology that enables local manufacturing of fuel using Waste to Fuel technology and recycling of otherwise non-degradable or toxic plastics and tyres, effectively cleaning the local environment and landfills while providing fuel.
The solution is mobile and versatile unlike the “mega plants” of the German and Chinese engineering funded projects of the 1970’s and 1980’s, the ECR Asia solutions are modular components, easy to transport, easy to install and can manage to build plants from 2 tonnes per day to 1000 tonnes per day, all depending on the configuration of the supporting parts. This modular waste to diesel implementation process is more stable than a larger plant, as maintenance can be done on a single line, while the other 95% of the plant is still running. This allows for constant production and delivery.
There are bi-products from waste such as from tyres there is bitumen, steel and carbon black in addition to diesel. Within Africa, the Waste plants donate the bitumen and steel to women owned and youth based consortiums or municipalities for job creation, road reconstruction, and recycling into goods.