ERJ staff report (DS)
Beijing -- CHina is asking all branches of the rubber industry to evaluate options for the use of recycled rubber in the goods they make, and to develop technologies for improving the performance of compounds which include high proportions of recycled rubber.
At a meeting held last week, the CRIA's waste rubber working group unanimously adopted a set of guidelins which encourage the use of recycled rubber. The aim is to develop systems in which the use of recycled rubber can lead to safe, efficient, and energy-saving products. The aim is to develop compounds of higher str
Oddly, the same group linked the progress in the use od recycled rubber with the EU REACH regulation on the use of polyaromatic hydrocarbons in tyres. The CRIA meeting was held as part fo efforts to improve the 'green' credentials of the Chinese rubber industry.
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News report from CRIA website (Chinese language)
Above story auto-translated (from Chinese)