News - 22 Feb 2019
Could rubber and plastic from tyres, washing into rivers and streams, be contributing to pollution in waste water? A group of scientists from Denmark are using a system from Renishaw to find...
News - 27 Jul 2011
The ECO-RUBBER consortium formulated by companies such as BERLÁ and RECIPNEU and technology institutes such as AIMPLAS and IBV with an objective of optimizing the rubber recycling process and its...
News - 17 Nov 2021
Barton Blakeley Technologies (BBT) has developed the first carbon conversion system, converting CO2 emissions into hydrophobic silica. The technology, known as HYPER Xi, converts waste carbon dioxide...
News - 17 Dec 2015
The international conference and exhibition on “Microplastic in the Environment”, organised by nova-Institute on 23–24 November 2015 in Cologne, Germany, attracted 170 participants...
Article - 12 May 2009
Financial and environmental costs mean the long term viability of motor racing is being critically questioned. A competitive racing car has been built using environmentally sustainable components and...
News - 31 Mar 2022
A unique method of recycling rubber could result in end-of-life tires being repurposed into concrete for residential buildings. Made possible by a team of researchers from the University of South...
News - 16 Feb 2022
B-cycle, Australia’s new national government-backed battery recycling Scheme, officially launched across the country on February 16th, 2022, to combat one of the nation’s fastest growing...
News - 4 Nov 2010
At the SEMA show in Las Vegas South Korea's second largest automobile Kia Motors revealed a surprise with the Forte Hybrid Concept.
Created by Kinetic Motorsports the 1.6 litre four cylinder...
Article - 14 Mar 2023
In this article, Tough Tech describes how using Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems can drastically reduce fuel consumption for industrial fleets.
News - 29 Mar 2017
In Europe, the two unpredictable resources sun and wind are becoming more and more important as key sources of energy. This underscores the fact that there is an increasing need for energy storage...