RRI plans to deploy its patented rubber tire recycling technology at strategic sites throughout the United States to help solve the burgeoning health and environmental problems of stockpiled end-of-life tires.
Online PR News – 29-January-2013 –Rubber Research, Inc. (RRI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Rubber Research Group, has announced a strategy to actively seek out and partner with governmental entities to help solve the epidemic of scrap tire stockpiles throughout the United States. RRI’s exclusive, green technologies have positioned it to be the clear leader in the rubber recycling industry by successfully combining the recycling process with the manufacturing of an end product.
Rubber Research, Inc.’s initiatives in the United States are part of its recognition and solutions to a major global problem. Approximately 1 billion end-of-life tires are generated globally each year, and an estimated 4 billion are currently in landfills and stockpiles worldwide posing substantial environmental and public health problems. Of these, nearly 25% are stockpiled in the United States.
Gary Ziehr, CEO of Rubber Research, Inc., is emphatic that, "Dumping the billion plus tires generated worldwide each year into landfills is an unacceptable solution."
Rubber Research Inc. and its subsidiaries have long been at the forefront of the development of processes unique in the field of rubber reuse and recycling, especially through its patented TireCycle® technology. TireCycle® is the only technology in the world that reactivates used crumb rubber to virgin rubber equivalent in an environmentally sound and cost savings manner. With its recent purchase of Hi-Tek Rubber, Inc. in Ogilvie, Minnesota, USA, and more plant purchases in the pipeline, Rubber Research, Inc. began its efforts to establish a vast network of strategically-placed tire recycling facilities.
"We generate substantial profits as well as employment opportunities and economic stimulus while helping to keep our air and water supplies clean," notes Ziehr.
Rubber Research Group specializes in sourcing, designing, and installing real time solutions, including energy and material recovery, in order to reduce the rapidly increasing number of end-of-life tires discarded annually.
To learn more about Rubber Research, Inc. and its leadership in field of end-of-life rubber tire re-use, visit www.InternationalTireSolutions.com.
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Rubber Research Inc. and its subsidiaries have long been at the forefront of the development of processes unique in the field of rubber reuse and recycling, especially through its patented TireCycle® technology.