GDT: The Future of ELT Tyre Recycling in Australia
Green Distillation Technologies Corporation Limited (GDT) is an unlisted Australian public company seeking to address the challenge of dealing with billions of end-of-life (ELT) tyres. GDT’s proprietary “destructive distillation” technology is an innovation that converts tyres back into reusable carbon, oil and steel, with zero harmful emissions.
Since the company’s start in 2009, GDT has been financially sustained by government grants and loyal shareholders, and it welcomes more investors to its cause. GDT’s first processing plant is located 5 kilometres north of Warren in Western New South Wales. Plans are underway for more plants to be established throughout Australia.
To reinvent tyre recycling by transforming the scrap tyre into a valuable and sustainable resource.
To build profitable, sustainable, and global solutions for the collection, processing, and recycling of scrap tyres by developing and implementing innovative technologies and business processes.
GOVERNMENT & INDUSTRY LINKS
Warren Shire Council Economic Development
GDT cooperates with and gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the Warren Shire Council Economic Development Board.
Australian Tyre Recycling Association
ATRA serves the tyre recycling industry in an advocacy role with the public, government and associated stakeholders; and promotes the use of recycled rubber in a range of consumer and industrial products.
Tyre Stewardship Australia
Tyre Stewardship Australia has been formed to implement the national Tyre Product Stewardship Scheme to promote the development of viable markets for end-of-life tyres.
For more details on how our tyre recycling process and plants can help you, please contact us directly.