Michelin is making a never-ending tire, watch the video how will tire

Michelin partnered with Swedish company Enviro to recycle tires.

Michelin partnered with Swedish company Enviro to recycle tires.

Michelin’s plan to make 100 percent Sustainable Tile is a bit tricky. But the company is confident that they will definitely succeed in this plan. At the same time, tell you, more than 200 products are used to make tires. In which natural rubber and synthetic rubber, metals, fiber, carbon black, silica etc.

New Delhi. Tire maker Michelin has announced that it will manufacture non-perishable tires by 2050. For this, the Michelin company has also created a rich and development wing. While keeping in view the future, work is being done on the development of Sustainable Tires. According to the Michelin company, rechargeable tires will be manufactured by 2050. Let us tell you that Michelin company started this project in 2017. At the same time, only 30 percent of any tire in the world can be recycled. Due to which, Michelin has high hopes from this plan.

There are more than 200 products used to make a tile. Michelin’s plan to make 100 percent Sustainable Tile is a bit tricky. But the company is confident that they will definitely succeed in this plan. At the same time, tell you, more than 200 products are used to make tires. In which natural rubber and synthetic rubber, metals, fiber, carbon black, silica etc.

This will be used by recycling the tile Michelin has partnered with Swedish company Enviro to recycle tires. Together the two companies are planning to set up a plant in Chile. Where the tire will be recycled to produce carbon black or pyrolysis oil.

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Let us tell you that carbon black, pyrolysis oil, steel, gas and high quality front can be obtained from scrap tires. Those can be used again. For this, both the companies have also patented.



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