Australian tyre recycler Green Distillation Technologies, which has already developed world-first technology that can commercially and economically turn end-of-life tyres (ELTs) into high value, oil, carbon and steel, can now take the carbon raw material and turn it into hydrogen.
A survey conducted by Keep Australia Beautiful in August 2020 has found that although there was overall agreement that the disposal of end-of-life tyres is a worldwide environmental problem, a significant majority did not know what happens after they are left with the retailer to be recycled.
Australian tyre recycler Green Distillation Technologies, which has developed world-first technology that turns end of life tyres (ELTs) into high value, refinery-ready oil, carbon and steel, believes the time is right for them to expand into the European market.
Australian tyre recycler Green Distillation Technologies, has developed a
world-first process that turns End of Life Tyres (ELT’s) into high value oil,
carbon and steel, and despite the coronavirus pandemic looks forward to a strong future with international growth as it consolidates agreements in three key markets.
The conference that never was
The annual Waste Conference, which is held in Coffs Harbour each May, is renowned as being one of the most popular held in Australia each year and usually attracts 600-700 attendees.
So when our Chief Operating Officer Trevor Bayley was selected as a speaker this year, we were all very pleased at the opportunity of addressing such an important audience.
But like so many such gatherings Waste 2020 has been cancelled. The organisers instead asked speakers to publish their papers on the Conference’s website, which we have done.
We have also reproduced it for you in this blog post.
A US tyre recycling company has increased its commitment to Australian technology by doubling the number of plants they are proposing to build.
The original agreement provided for ten tyre recycling facilities across the United States, but this number has now increased to fifteen with construction of three key ones to commence as soon as the agreements and Government approvals are obtained.
Tyre recycler Green Distillation Technologies, which has world-first technology that turns end of life tyres into high value oil, carbon and steel, has reasserted its commitment to build a plant in Toowoomba.
GDT’s Chief Operating Officer Trevor Bayley has said that they had expected to start construction last year after they had received approval from the Toowoomba Regional Council and a licence from the Queensland EPA, but the project has been delayed in raising the finance to fund the $12 million required to get the plant operational.
Australian tyre recycler Green Distillation Technologies, which has world first technology that turns end of life tyres into oil, carbon and steel has issued an assurance that their business plan is coronavirus resistant.
CEO Craig Dunn said that cars and trucks as still being driven and tyres are still being worn out and there will continue to be a need for environmentally sensitive recycling to be carried out for the annual 25 million end of life tyres that Australia produces each year.
The Motor Traders Association of Queensland (MTAQ) has become an investor in innovative Australian tyre recycler, Green Distillation Technologies Corporation (GDTC), which has discovered a process that turns end-of-life tyres into high value oil, carbon and steel.
A group of top financiers will visit the Green Distillation Technologies tyre recycling plant at Warren in Western New South Wales on February 3, 4 and 5 to see for themselves the world first technology that turns old tyres into valuable oil, carbon and steel.
The aim is for GDT to raise $30 million in new investment funds to bring the Warren facility to full commercial output, build the planned Toowoomba plant and pay the initial set-up costs of building the first US facility.