Congratulations! BLJ-3 mobile pyrolysis plant in Japan has successfully completed commissioning. Now it is ready for pyrolysis oil production. Let’s look forward to its role in contributing to the recycling of waste tires.
Tire Recycling in Japan
Japan, a key player in the global automotive industry, generates an astounding one billion waste tires annually, equivalent to approximately one million tons. With a remarkable 60 out of every 100 people owning a car in the country, discarded tires from automobiles contribute to 75% of the total annual waste tire production. This volume of used tires presents a formidable environmental and resource sustainability challenge.
Various methods are employed for recycling waste tires in Japan, including retreading, recycled rubber production, rubber powder manufacturing, thermal energy utilization, and their use in road construction. In recent years, pyrolysis refining has emerged as a promising solution, involving the thermal decomposition of discarded tires to extract valuable petroleum products. Tyre pyrolysis plant stands out for its environmental friendliness, safety, and efficiency compared to alternative methods.
Commissioning Success: BLJ-3 Mobile Pyrolysis Plant Ready for Production Use
After rigorous testing by our team of engineers, the BLJ-3 mobile pyrolysis plant has proven its capability to efficiently recycle used tires and produce high-quality pyrolysis oil. The accompanying video showcases the seamless transformation of waste tires into valuable pyrolysis oil. With the successful completion of the commissioning phase, the BLJ-3 plant in Japan is now ready for full-scale production. It is expected to make a substantial contribution to tire recycling efforts and deliver positive economic benefits to the client.