Site Visit to Innovative end-of-life-tyre recycling plant at Warren

Green Distillation Technologies Corporation Limited is commercialising an innovative and disruptive Australian technology established in 2009 that recovers energy and useful solid products from end-of-life-tyres (ELTs). It has the potential to revolutionise the recycling of ELTs world-wide
Site Visit to Innovative end-of-life-tyre recycling plant at Warren

Green Distillation Technologies Corporation Limited is commercialising an innovative and disruptive Australian technology established in 2009 that recovers energy and useful solid products from end-of-life-tyres (ELTs). It has the potential to revolutionise the recycling of ELTs world-wide.

With a head office in Melbourne GDT operates a commercial module in Warren NSW. This is being scaled up to a full six module plant.

The GDT technology is known as “Destructive Distillation” and uses controlled heat to reduce whole tyres to their constituent elements within an oxygen free nitrogen environment, which then reform into oils which are distilled and collected. Carbon is the most abundant element in tyre rubber and is delivered up in powder form of high purity. Steel that is used in tyre manufacture is collected clean and unchanged. The process is entirely emission free.

A commercial scale plant consists of six modules and is capable of processing 19,000 tonnes of tyres per year. This represents approximately 3% of the ELTs produced in Australia annually. The plant at Warren currently has one these final six modules completed and in production

The GDT process is currently the only process available in Australia that remanufactures the rubber content of the ELT into a different energy form, and is still the only company worldwide offering the solution.

Young people are welcome.

SAFETY REQUIREMENTS:  Participants are asked to bring their own Safety boots, Safety vest, Helmet and glasses.

LUNCH:  For those able to stay after the site visit it is proposed to have some lunch and networking at the WARREN SERVICES CLUB, 87a Dubbo Street, Warren.

View event flyer for location map.

Date
24 / 09 / 2015 - 01:00 am to 03:00 am
Venue
GDT Tyre Recycling Plant, Oxley Highway (Gilgandra Road), 3.5 kms north of Warren
Cost
  • Members:
    Complimentary for Members and Students
  • Non Members:
    $30
Host(s)
Dubbo Regional Group
Event Contact
  • Contact:
    Dubbo Regional Group Chair – Stewart McLeod
  • Phone:
    02 6801 4800
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