Sustainability in action

Rubber Conversion organizes its sustainability principles through both ecologically sound solutions and innovative technology.

Acknowledging circular economy scarcity-of-resources tendency, we help our clients reshape their business values by perceiving ELT, rubber manufacturing offcuts and post consumption GRG as a property of renewable materials and energy, while lowering health risks, committing to environmental sustainability and therefore helping the economy.

HOW IT WORKS

RE-SOURCING END OF LIFE TYRES MATERIAL

Every year, around 1.2 billion of tyres (car and light truck tyres only) are sold globally. Tyres are a very complex product, encompassing more than 200 raw materials, including synthetic and natural rubber. Athletic trucks, sporting and playground surfaces, insulation and building materials, road surfaces and tile adhesives are routinely built with tyre recyclates.
Here, at Rubber Conversion, we are driving innovation for making it possible to up-cycle used tyres to manufacture new high-performance products, including new tyres.

TURNING RUBBER PRODUCTION WASTES INTO VALUABLE RESOURCES

50% of global rubber production is consumed for the production of General Rubber Goods.

Rubber Conversion is supporting mindful companies to improve their environmental impact and increase their margins by providing a viable industrial technology to mine their production offcuts and processing waste, while turning it into a sustainable, cheaper material to feed their own production.

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Embracing circular economy principles to tackle shortage of resources. In particular, our commitment to waste reduction, recycling and reuse are shown by narrowing both the energy and material loops, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Therefore, we designed not only models that are economically and environmentally sustainable but we also established a continuously growing partnership network with the most relevant institutions, research and media centers, confirming that the circular business models can be as profitable as linear ones.