Enviro begins production at tire recycling plant in Sweden

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The first load of equipment has been installed at Scandinavian Enviro’s tire recycling plant in Åsensbruk, Sweden, and operations have started intermittently in three shifts.

In addition, two of the operator positions announced before the summer have been filled. Ivan Nielsen and Johan Svensson have been welcomed to the team.

“Our new colleagues Ivan and Johan both have solid industrial experience and they’re great additions to the team. Meanwhile, we’re in the middle of conducting interviews for additional operator positions,” said Thomas Sörensson, CEO of Enviro.

“We will continue installing and deploying the remaining systems as planned during the fall. Once the technology has been verified it will be implemented in some of our other plants in future. Capacity at the facility will be increased to meet the growing demand for recycled carbon black until new plants are in operation.”

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