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Sustainability and Profitability Go Hand-in-Hand with Phoenix Innovation Technology
Circular economies and sustainability are also associated with cost savings and profitability when regenerated rubber is concerned.
New businesses are created while recycling activities grow to support the circular economy.
Reducing the cost of compounds used to produce rubber product in everything from tires to a wide array of engineered goods provides the opportunity for cost savings and increased margins within the entire supply chain.
The Rubber Industry Impacts the Environment on a Big Scale
As the harshest example of all, less than 25% of scrap tires make it in into second life products, with the rest used for environmentally brutal fuel supply or bleakly placed into landfills that scatter the entire planet. This means that over 75% of a massive global rubber resource is continuously adding to economic and environmental loss.
The story follows even worse percentages when considering rejects produced from the manufacturing of new new products (post-industrial scrap).
Regenerated rubber, created from post-industrial and post-consumer end-of-life rubber, can now reduce the energy required to create new products and reduce the cost of rubber compounds while closing the gap in a rubber circular economy that has existed for generations.
Regenerated Rubber is Good Business
The benefits of using regenerated rubber (surface activated) in new products go beyond economic and environmental benefits, it is simply Good Business.
In todays global landscape of increasingly scrutinized corporate entities, it is important to show how companies are applying resources and thought leadership in establishing truly circular economies for the future of the next generations.
Public view, customer insight and shareholder value all benefit from the use of surface regenerated rubber.
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