In recognition of the best tyre recycler in terms of product quality and service.
Founded in 1992, Tyrerecycle is Australia’s largest tyre collector and processor of End of life tyres. It operates a national network of tyre collection sites and 5 tyre processing facilities including Australia’s largest crumbing plant in Somerton, Melbourne. The company also claims a position as the only producer of TDF that guarantees a full chain of custody.
Liberty Tire Recycling is North America’s largest tyre recycler, processing more than a third of the USA’s scrap tyre arisings. The company operates through 24 production facilities and collects 190 million tyres annually for processing into raw materials and recycled products. The recycled rubber produced by Liberty is used as crumb rubber and industrial feedstock for moulded products, as tyre-derived fuel for industrial kilns, mills and power plants, and as rubber mulch for landscaping and playgrounds.
Murfitts Industries is a leading UK-based tyre recycler, which processes over 11 million tyres each year. Key products include artificial turf infill, playground rubber mulch, carpet underlay and road surfaces.
Rubber Resources BV, based in Maastricht in the Netherlands is an established manufacturer of reclaim rubber supplying a broad range of markets from tyre and automotive to rubber goods and adhesives. The company was founded in 1956 by Vredestein but became part of the Elgi Rubber Group in 2011. Today, the company’s main market remains tyre producers, operating via production sites in India and the EU.
XTyre Global, based in Sandton, South Africa, is a recycling company which aims to become a world leader in the supply and development of products using recycled rubber composites or derivates. The company’s products including matting, sports and play areas, patio and pet products and products for architectural and construction related applications.