Global tire-derived fuels market forecast at $384.0 million by 2031

Tire derived fuels are fitting into a broader drive to improve environmental sustainability and address climate change. Several goals are seen as possible including renew ability, elimination of toxins, optimized design and manufacturing, recyclability and use of post-consumer content. Earlier scrap tires used to be dumped which used to pollute the land and consume lot of efforts for management. With the use of modern technologies to convert scrap tires into fuels has provided solution for more of the environment issues related to waste tires. Tire derived fuels are serving to important purposes such as providing an alternative option to companies such as cement, paper & pulp to use tire derived fuels to save fuel cost and to save environment issues related to waste tires.

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Goodyear announces pricing of €400 million European senior notes

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company announced that its European subsidiary, Goodyear Europe B.V. (“GEBV”), has priced its private offering to eligible purchasers of €400 million aggregate principal amount of senior notes due 2028 (the “notes”). The notes will be senior unsecured obligations of GEBV and will be guaranteed on a senior unsecured basis by Goodyear and certain of its wholly owned U.S. and Canadian subsidiaries that also guarantee Goodyear’s obligations under certain of its senior secured credit facilities and senior unsecured notes

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EnvisionTEC and Covestro collaborate on material and printer solutions for DLP 3D printing

EnvisionTEC and Covestro announced their collaboration on material plus printer solutions to accelerate adoption of industrial 3D printing. Together, the two companies aim to lower the entry barriers for companies looking to adopt 3D printing for producing molds for low volumes or parts with detailed features faster and more economically.

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GRI steps up green manufacturing efforts

ectrical energy,” explained Mr. Caldera. The energy efficiency certification is only given to factories that have a qualified energy manager heading the energy program. “GRI focuses on energy efficiency from the time of selecting machinery, where priority is always given to machines with variable speed energy motors and low energy consumption,” said Mr. Caldera.  With variable speed drives, the motor operates only at the required speed, thereby saving energy.

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Freudenberg Sealing Technologies showcases new thermally-conductive, electrically-insulating (TCEI) materials at The Battery Show

Freudenberg Sealing Technologies has developed a portfolio of advanced thermoplastic compounds for e-motor applications that provide these alternate powertrains with greater thermal conductivity and better electrically insulating properties. These new Thermally Conductive, Electrically-Insulating (TCEI) grades are especially important in the production of bobbins for e-motors. Bobbins molded from the new materials can be thinner, leaving more room for copper wiring which generates higher power densities in the motors. These materials, and a host of other innovative components and lithium-ion battery systems will be on display at the company’s booth at The Battery Show in Novi, Mich. (US), September 14-16.

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Zeppelin Group publishes report on sustainability for the 2020 fiscal year

With the second report on sustainability, which has now been published, Zeppelin provides detailed information on its sustainability strategy and developments since the last report published in 2020. The focus here is on the progress made in achieving goals, which were made in the action areas defined as essential. “I am very pleased with the progress made and the measures that have now been defined to secure the path to CO2 neutrality in 2030 as well as the further goals in CSR management,” says Christian Dummler, CFO and responsible group managing director for the CSR department. In addition to defining the target for CO2 neutrality by 2030 and the further progress in CSR management, the current reporting focuses on the results of the CSR stakeholder survey.

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Bridgestone to showcase intelligent products, integrated technologies and solutions delivery at MINExpo 2021

Bridgestone Americas (Bridgestone) announced it will join MINExpo 2021, showcasing its mining products, technologies and solutions designed to bring next level value to customer mining operations. At the center stage is MasterCore, Bridgestone’s most advanced surface mining tire line, delivering up to 5 percent greater durability, 10 percent faster truck operating speeds or 15 percent greater payload capacity. Complementing MasterCore are the iTrack II real-time tire management solution for live tire performance data and insights, as well as Bridgestone’s Global Solutions Partners, a team of mining experts who are committed to tailoring Bridgestone customers’ specific and comprehensive mining solutions.

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