Our objective is clear. We're playing our part in making reusing waste part of the circular economy on a zero to landfill basis. It's not rocket science, although the science bit is pretty impressive!
Through our waste tyre and rubber pyrolysis systems - the UKs only one of its type - our plant benefits from continual and consistent running when operational. We are working hard to clean up the planet and leave it in a better place than which we found it.
We've provided industry with a great opportunity to embrace a different way to fully recycle waste and turn it into something useful, moving away from mass burn and reducing the impact on the environment.
The good news is that every part of what our system produces can be utilised including oil and carbon char. It really is a circular process that is cost effective and reliable.
If you're committed to a more sustainable future then do get in touch - we can't wait to show you what can achieve together.
An engineer, that has spent his entire career working in the recyclables and renewables sector, has been shortlisted for a lifetime achievement award at the UK Business Tech Awards. Our Rory Hughes, from Ireland, Technical Director at IRR Waste to Energy has been nominated for the award and we are thrilled that he has made […]
The release of the Government– CEP 2020; the Circular Economy Package (CEP) published 30th July 2020 has largely flown under the radar, yet reinforces key objectives as to the UK’s management of its resources and waste, including end of life tyres. The CEP ‘… introduces further steps to move the UK to a more circular […]
Tyre recycling remains a huge environmental topic, and recent changes in legislation regarding portside storage is a step in the right direction. The UK’s Environment Agency announced that it has approved a new time-limited statement (RPS 238) which will allow enhanced material storage at dockside. Widely welcomed by TRA (tyre Recovery Association) members the news […]
October is National Tyre Safety Month – a campaign organised by Tyre Safe to actively encourage motorists to become more aware of how important tyres are to safe driving and vehicle maintenance. Motorists are encouraged to ‘ACT’ – A – Air Pressure – Motorists should be aware of the tyre pressures for their vehicle and […]
A recent comment piece by Gary Moore, sales director, UNTHA UK brought to the fore how we deal with waste tyres in the UK and queried whether, as a result of Covid-19, this had begun to change. From our perspective we think that it has, and we are actively driving forward the change in mindset […]
Early in 2020 our Prime Minister tentatively suggested a plan to ban the export of all UK tyres. Since then, justifiably, the message has become somewhat diluted yet, with strict recycling, energy from waste and environmental targets to meet over the next twenty years or so, it’s time to press ahead in raising awareness and […]