The growth of the automobile industry in India also resulted in the generation of tyre waste on a large scale. Tyre waste degrades over time and releases harmful gas into the air and chemicals into the soil and water which causes pollution to the environment. The solution is the recycling of waste tyres and one of the popular tyre recycling methods is Tyre Pyrolysis Plant.
This is a profitable business opportunity as well as a solution to waste tyre-caused pollution. But before someone sets up a Tyre Pyrolysis Plant, he needs to understand the technical, financial and legal requirements to set up such a facility. The central government prescribes a framework for recyclers to follow. In the absence of such compliance, legal action may be taken against such recyclers and penalty may be incurred.
What is Tyre Pyrolysis Plant?
Tyre Pyrolysis Plant is a recycling plant that converts waste into energy. It can recycle various substances including tyres. It can convert the tyre waste into fuel oil. It also gives the by-products such as steel wires, carbon black, and gas. It heats the waste which generates a gas. Then the recycler condenses this gas into liquid form and in this manner, we get the fuel oil also known as pyrolysis oil.