ASTM move could aid pyrolysis backers

Brussels – The formation recently by the standards body ASTM International of a committee on recycled carbon black could prove to be a major step forward for those promoting pyrolysis as a tire recycling technology, an industry pundit said recently.

ASTM Committee D36, Recovered Carbon Black (rCB), had its first meeting March 23 in Brussels in conjunction with the annual meeting of the European Tyre Recycling Association, according to DK Enterprises Inc., a Sacramento, Calif.-based “sustainable solutions” enterprise.

There were 42 attendees at the meeting, including rCB…

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