In recognition of a particularly noteworthy contribution to the rubberised asphalt sector.
Indian company Tinna Rubber is a rapidly expanding as a fully integrated company converting waste tyres into downstream value-added products. The company is one of the largest recyclers of end of life tyres in India and a leader in the rubberised asphalt sector in that country.
The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) has been nominated for the Rubberized Pavement (Pavement) Grant Program, which promotes markets for recycled-content surfacing products derived from waste tyres generated in California and decreases the adverse environmental impacts created by the unlawful disposal and stockpiling of waste tyres.
Pearl Global is an Australian company who have developed a new asphalt product called Carbonphalt derived from pyrolysis char from thermally treated scrap tyres. The product, which consists of 75% pure carbon, has been used to create a high-quality road surface that has been applied to the Norwell Motorplex complex in Queensland, Australia.
Silent Rubber Pavements is a Spanish run project led by Valoriza Servicios Medioambientales SA, part of the Sacyr Group, whose aim is to achieve wider deployment of RARx technology, an asphalt additice derived from scrap tyres.
Tarmac has become the first company in the UK to secure recognised industry approval for its innovative rubber modified asphalt incorporating recycled end of life car tyres for use on the strategic road network. The company’s product, ULTIPAVE R is the first thin surfacing system of its kind to receive BBA HAPAS Clause 942 approval.