Frank Crichlowants for recycled tires are being offered. The company said that some manufacturing licenses have already been granted with opportunities still existing in many countries. It is claimed that the system uses inexpensive techniques to recover rubber, carbon, oil, fiber and steel. The firm quotes setup costs in the vicinity of U.S.$3,600,000 for a plant capable of recycling 700,000 tires per annum working one eight-hour shift per day.
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