Tyre recycler Green Distillation Technologies, which has developed world-first technology that transforms old tyres into oil, carbon and steel, has moved to try and remove some of the confusion about how their process is described.
Their Chief Operating Officer Trevor Bayley has said that many people have described their process as ‘pyrolysis’ although there are very significant differences between what they do and what most people understand pyrolysis to be.
Welcome to the December 2018 newsletter of Green Distillation Technologies. This edition provides updates for our Toowoomba, Warren and Perth recycling plant projects.
The projected estimate of more than one million old tyres in the Toowoomba area will create a massive environmental problem according to Trevor Bayley, the Chief Operating Officer of Green Distillation Technologies, the Australian company with world-first technology that can recycle end-of life tyres into oil, carbon and steel which is planning to open a plant in Toowoomba next year.
“End-of-life-tyres are one of those environmental problems that we seem to choose to ignore, but if you start to imagine what one million old tyres will look like you start to understand where we coming from.
Green Distillation Technologies, the Australian company with world-first technology that can recycle end-of life tyres into oil, carbon and steel and is planning to open a plant in Toowoomba next year, will hold their Annual General Meeting at the Burke & Wills Hotel, 554 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, on Tuesday, 30 October.
Green Distillation Technologies Chief Operating Officer Trevor Bayley will speak at the Waste & Recycle Conference in Perth on 8 September 2018.
This may be a chance for you to find out first hand about what our technology does and how we are rolling it out.
World-first tyre recycling technology developed by Green Distillation Technologies is on display as part of the Innovation Wall at the Recycling Discovery Hub which has opened at the Materials Recycling Facility at 1 Recycling Road, Hume, ACT.
The display is part of a showcase of new technology solutions and shows a section of tyre, examples of the oil, carbon and steel that are created as a result of the GDT destructive distillation process.
The Innovation Wall exhibition is permanent and allows school and community groups to receive tailored education programs and understand waste and recycling activities that are undertaken in the ACT.