Nanotechnology Creates Wood Replacement From Old Tyres

Dena of Barnsley has developed an ‘end of life’ tyre recycling technology which creates a wood replacement product while using zero emissions and zero waste.

Dena Technology uses nanoparticles of rubber to produce a new wood replacement product.

 

The organisation claims the end product can be used to produce over 120 different wood replacement products including outdoor flooring, roofing tiles, construction sheets and outdoor furniture.

Already, there is interest from education. For more information contact: Dena Sulaiman on dena.sulaiman@dena.co.uk

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