More Networking, More Training, More Business Opportunities, & More Excitement
ISRI’s Annual Convention & Exposition is known as the place to be to find the hottest industry trends, identify the newest growth areas in tire and rubber, and get a pulse on the latest technology. But 2019 will be like none other! Here are a few of the brand-new features ISRI is rolling out to make ISRI2019 the best convention ever:
New Networking Opportunities
From morning sports and activities to late-night networking gatherings at some of L.A.’s hottest locations, ISRI2019 brings you nonstop networking like you’ve never seen before.
New Award Winning Sales Training
Award-winning professional speaker and sales trainer Hal Becker will share his expertise with ISRI2019 during a 3-hour intensive seminar that will help you drive your business in 2019 and beyond.
New Interactive Floor Map
Already live and ready to check out, the exhibit floor map allows you to explore the hundreds of ISRI2019 exhibitors and start planning which booths to visit (Those interested in exhibiting can also select from the few remaining spaces available).
For more information and to register visit ISRI2019.org.
Los Angeles, April 8-11, 2019
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Approx 770 KW/h (Syngas) runs 500 S9s. Right now reward is about .30 btc per day on 6.88 Ph/s. So about 1 btc per 3.5 days. PRTI process produces power from 11,500 tires to make 1 Bitcoin, 7.15k gal oil, 37.8k pds steel
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SACRAMENTO — The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery has issued grants totaling nearly $11.1 million to 31 communities and nine businesses to fund projects that further the productive use of waste tires.
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The tire industry lost another major figure in B.C. and Canada with the recent passing of Mike Hennessy. Mike was one of the original key operations staff who helped create the initial start-up of BC’s Financial Incentives for Recycling Scrap Tires (FIRST) program in the early 1990s. He and his team managed FIRST through to 2007 when he was asked to help transition the FIRST program to a producer responsibility model. He then became the first Executive Director of Tire Stewardship BC (TSBC) until his retirement in 2014. Today, TSBC is considered one of the premier tire stewardship organizations in the world.
Mike was also instrumental through his work with the Canadian Association of Tire Recycling Agencies (CATRA) lending his operational experience and expertise, and helping all provinces achieve better outcomes from end-of-life tire management.
Gothenburg, Sweden – Scandinavian Enviro Systems AB (Enviro) has advanced its tire recycling ambitions in the US, with plans to set up at least two joint venture businesses in the country.
The Swedish recovered carbon black (rCB) producer announced 12 Dec that it had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with EE-TDF Cleveland LLC to build a 30-kilotonnes-per-annum (ktpa) tire pyrolysis JV to produce rCB from end-of-life tires.
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REGINA—The Saskatchewan government says it will spend up to $3.3 million to clean up more than 6,600 tonnes of scrap tires at a defunct recycling plant.
The Assiniboia Rubber Recycling plant closed in February 2014 and the company that operated it went into receivership later that year.
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Washington, DC — Registration is now open for the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries’ (ISRI) Annual Convention and Exposition. ISRI2019, the world’s largest annual gathering of scrap recycling professionals, will be held April 8-11, at the L.A. Convention Center in Los Angeles.
“ISRI2019 will be sleeker, bolder, and more comprehensive than any ISRI convention and exposition before it,” said Robin Wiener, president of ISRI. “ISRI2019 will help attendees address changes in the recycling stream, shifting global trade policies, workforce challenges, market trends, and supply and demand issues. The ISRI trade show will feature hundreds of exhibitors providing business solutions, cutting-edge equipment and technology through the most cutting-edge technologies. More than ever, ISRI2019 is the must-attend event in the recycling business.”
For registration visit the ISRI2019 website.
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Essen, Germany – Evonik Industries AG is highlighting the role of a rubber process additive in turning scrap tires into road construction materials.
The company’s Vestenamer-branded additive makes it feasible to process rubber powder from scrap tires for incorporation into asphalt, according to Evonik.
The recycled material is mixed into road construction bitumen or asphalt to improve the quality of the mixtures and to extend the service life of road surfaces.
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North West Rubber Ltd. (NWR) and Moose Creek Tire Recycling Inc. (MCTR) a Subsidiary of Animat Inc. are pleased to announce their acquisition of the assets of Nexxsource Recycling (and all related companies). The new company will operate under the name Evolve Recycling Inc. (Evolve), and will also include Trillium MC Inc., MCTR’s tire hauling subsidiary. Evolve is headquartered at 300 Henry Street, Brantford, Ontario.
Evolve is the largest transporter and processor of end-of-life tires in Canada, with operations spanning Manitoba and Ontario. Evolve processes these tires into valuable end-products, helping Ontario Producers comply with the Regulations made under the Resource Recovery and Circular Economy Act, 2016, while satisfying the product demands of their customers.
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With the temperature taking a nosedive, it’s time to rethink our relationship with recycled rubber products and learn how our homes (and the environment!) can benefit from them this time of year. As we transition into a new season, we’re sharing some helpful tips on ways you can help divert waste while incorporating different green products into your living space.
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