Active dialogues on six continents

France, Australia, South Africa and Mexico – enquiries into Enviro's technology are pouring in from across the world at an unprecedented rate. Enviro is currently engaged in active dialogues with stakeholders, such as recycling actors, tyre manufacturers, compounders, and industrial engineering facilities, on no fewer than six continents – the holdout continent is Antarctica.

“In recent years, the general materials recycling market has quite clearly shifted. More than ever, political and fundamental market forces are pushing the world to focus more clearly on reducing resource consumption and demand that incineration be replaced with materials recycling,” says Enviro’s CEO, Thomas Sörensson.

Enviro's projects and dialogues around the world.

The need for advanced technology combined with tried-and-true, verified commercial in-service experience is increasing in step with a multitude of trends. But that need is also thrown into sharp relief because alternative technologies and simpler solutions are quite simply not meeting the quality requirements dictated by the market. EnviroCB is.

“We are starting from a completely unique position compared to most other actors. At this point, Enviro has already provided industrial-quality recovered carbon black for rubber components in Volvo’s passenger cars for two years.” Thomas Sörensson notes.

Several countries have even implemented or have plans to introduce manufacturer liability for waste categories that clearly impact the environment and society, not least tyres. This will generate even more awareness of Enviro’s recycling technology among industry actors around the world.

Sörensson continues, “In addition to our recycled materials’ obvious environmental benefits, they’ve been demonstrated to be on a par with virgin carbon black across a wide range of applications and compounders. Considering that the global market for carbon black is estimated to exceed 25 billion dollars by 2020, the potential for both Enviro’s technology and our recycled materials is inarguable.”

For more information, please contact:
Thomas Sörensson, CEO of Enviro, tel: +46 (0)735-10 53 43, thomas.sorensson@envirosystems.se   
Alf Blomqvist, Chairman of the Board, Enviro, tel: +46 (0)733 149 700, alf@blomqvistunlimited.com

Scandinavian Enviro Systems AB 
Regnbågsgatan 8C 
417 55 Gothenburg
info@envirosystems.se 
www.envirosystems.se

Enviro is an environmental technology company that offers profitable recovery of tyres and processed materials primarily to the rubber industry. The company sells turn-key environmental facilities to industrial investors and also operate their own plant for end-of-service tyres in Åsensbruk, Sweden. Enviro, headquartered in Gothenburg, was founded in 2001, has 20 employees, and is listed on the Nasdaq First North securities exchange with Mangold Fondkommission AB, tel. +46 (0)8 5030 1550, as its Certified Advisor. https://www.envirosystems.se/en/

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Enviro is a company developing, building and operating industrial plants for material recovery from End of Life Tyres (ELT). The company has developed a process, based on a patented technology, where gas generated in the process is heating the tyres in absence of oxygen. This enables the materials in the tyres to decompose and be recovered instead of incinerated. Thus, a sustainable recovery of the resources Carbon black, Oil, Steel and Gas is obtained. The products are used in new products, replacing fossil resources to help the customers reach their sustainability targets. Enviro was founded in 2001, has its head office in Gothenburg and runs its own plant for ELT tyres in Åsensbruk, Sweden. The company is listed on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market with Mangold Fondkommission AB, tel. +46 (0)8 5030 1550, ca@mangold.se, as its Certified Advisor. www.envirosystems.se

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In recent years, the general materials recycling market has quite clearly shifted. More than ever, political and fundamental market forces are pushing the world to focus more clearly on reducing resource consumption and demand that incineration be replaced with materials recycling.
Thomas Sörensson, CEO Enviro