Audi Hungaria, in collaboration with New Energy Kft., has introduced a new technology for the recycling of tire waste. The companies have developed a pyrolysis process to chemically convert tire waste into oil, thereby avoiding the release of microplastics and hazardous substances into the environment during recovery.
The pyrolysis process involves heating the tire waste to high temperatures in the absence of oxygen. This chemical conversion results in the production of oil, which can be used by petrochemical companies to produce new plastics. Additionally, the process generates recovered carbon black, which can be utilized in tire production. The gases produced during pyrolysis are also used to generate the high temperatures required for the process, making it a resource-efficient solution.
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By implementing the pyrolysis technology, Audi Hungaria aims to replace fossil-based raw materials with the products of chemical recycling, contributing to sustainable and resource-efficient production processes. The collaboration with New Energy Kft. highlights Audi Hungaria&https://adarima.org/?aHR0cHM6Ly9tY3J5cHRvLmNsdWIvY2F0ZWdvcnJ5Lz93cHNhZmVsaW5rPU1Ud3RXTnZnSnh3QXBic0NhZGZFZUZsZ2lIbmlrZFdGVFEydG9TR0ZIVVZVMVIyVjFaa0ZhWmtnd1p6MDk-8217;s commitment to achieving sustainability goals and supporting the sustainability strategy of the automotive industry.
Viktor Váradi, CEO of New Energy Kft., stated that their objective was to create a win-win situation for their partners, society, and the environment in an economically viable manner. The collaboration with Audi Hungaria demonstrates their progress towards achieving their sustainability goals and meeting climate targets.
The cooperation between Audi Hungaria and New Energy Kft. was coordinated and managed by DBH Investment. Dr. László Ürge, Executive Board Member at DBH Investment, emphasized the importance of collaboration between multinational companies and innovative SMEs in translating new innovations into industrial practice. He highlighted the potential of the New Energy technology to turn tire waste into a renewable source of raw materials for the automotive industry and other intermediate industries.
The waste management part of the program was supported by Büchl Hungaria, further highlighting the collaboration between different entities to achieve sustainable solutions.
The introduction of this pyrolysis technology by Audi Hungaria and New Energy Kft. is a significant step towards a more sustainable future. By chemically recycling tire waste and avoiding the release of harmful substances into the environment, the companies are making a positive impact on waste management and resource utilization. This innovative approach to recycling has the potential to reduce the dependency on fossil-based raw materials and contribute to the circular economy.
As Audi Hungaria continues to explore further possibilities for chemical recycling of plastic waste streams from production, it is evident that their commitment to sustainability extends beyond tire waste. By incorporating environmentally-friendly technologies and resource-efficient solutions, Audi Hungaria aims to reduce its environmental impact and contribute to the transition towards a more sustainable and circular economy.
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Source: Audi Hungaria