As a team, we scout for technologies that contribute to solving ecological issues. We are passionate about bringing the right people and technologies together to work towards solving some of the biggest environmental issues around the world.
“We are living on this planet as if we had another one to go to.”
Tyre Recycling – What we can do for you
At RoundHope we offer each of our clients the exclusive opportunity to enter into an ad-hoc joint venture agreement with a known and awarded international R&D company in the tyre recycling industry, for setting up one (or many) zero-emission tyre recycling plant(s).
The purpose of the joint venture is to leverage the world’s first technology developed to transform end-of-life tyres into its 3 main original components (carbon, green oil, and steel), for those to be sold on the market as raw clean products.
This innovative technology allows for processing of end-of-life tyres up to 1.2 m in diameter, without requiring any upfront treatment or pre-shredding, ensuring a zero-emission reaction process, with very high profitability and converting over 99% of the tyres used as input.
This unique process – fundamentally different from the far more common and polluting shredding or pyrolysis processes – has recently been brought to market, after more than a decade of development, and has already been praised by numerous customers across various continents.
The financial opportunities for the stakeholders involved are multiple, because our tyre recycling facilities are paid to absorb the local stocks of end-of-life tyres as an input, and the high-quality raw materials produced are sold to companies that have a high (and growing) demand for them.
Our clients are:
- Local and national Governments
- Financial Institutions
- Tyre Manufacturers
- Car Manufacturers
- Tyre Recyclers
- Petrochemical Companies
- Energy Companies
- Environmental Interest Groups
They are all looking for solutions at a local, national and international level to solve environmental issues, and/or to maximize the margins in their supply chain, and/or to retrieve green input materials, and/or to create stable employment, and/or to lower their carbon emission score.
More than 1 billion tyres worldwide reach the end of their useful lives every year.
A standard car tyre can be recycled into of 46.8% carbon (rCB), 33.3% oil (light crude), and 19.5% steel (high grade).
More than 99% of an end-of-life tyre in volume can be recycled.
Over 96% of tyre recycling plants are simple shredding machines of highly polluting furnaces.