Tirex has developed and owns the technology that is a U.S.
patented, semi-cryogenic tire recycling process, known as
the TCS System. It is environmentally friendly, economically
viable (even without tipping fees), and reduces scrap tires
into -5 to “30 mesh (or finer) clean crumb rubber with a
uniquely smooth morphology and saleable, intact steel wire
and fiber. Tirex's proprietary process, that doesn't use
liquid nitrogen, freezes the rubber and then passes it
through it's patented fracturing mill which breaks the
rubber apart, instead of cutting it, exposing the whole
strands of steel and fiber, and leaving a value added crumb
rubber that is best suited for extrusion molding recycled
rubber products and higher end performance surfaces.
Tirex's full scale TCS prototype was accredited by Recycle
Quebec in Montreal.
Tirex management welcomes all
governments, companies and investors interested in our
business of bringing to market what we believe is the most
economically viable and environmentally friendly tire
recycling process in the industry.
Note From the President:
"Please be advised that the Company will only distribute material news to the public through an SEC filing that may or may not be accompanied with a news release. Consistent with this Company policy, the Company will not publicly disseminate any information pertaining to any negotiations to commercialize its technology."
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developing products, service offerings and markets.
President, John L. Threshie Jr, was invited to the Capitol Friday in Hartford to introduce the TCS technology to Chairman Senator Kennedy of the Environment Committee in support of Bill HB 5149. The committee and my hostess, Rep. Gail Lavielle, are in support of next steps in front of the Economics Development Committee. The time is now to bring new, green, economically viable tire recycling technology to Connecticut.