Pyrum Conducts Pilot Project in Saarland, Germany, with BMW Group to Recycle Tyres

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Pyrum has recently begun recycling the used tyres of the BMW Group branch in Saarland as part of a trial project. Before the project started, there was an audit that looked at areas like worker safety and fire protection, permits, and environmental requirements.

Pascal Klein, CEO of Pyrum Innovations AG, said: "We are delighted to welcome the BMW Group as a renowned partner in our cooperation network. Our unique pyrolysis technology is the leading process in recycling used tyres."

Thomas Grupp, Head of Customer Support Market Germany at BMW Group: "The responsible use of resources plays a central role for the BMW Group. Our goal is to reduce resource consumption by using high-quality secondary materials. In addition, we promote reuse and recycling at the end of the product life cycle according to the principles of the circular economy."

The BMW Group is taking part in several pilot projects to test new ways of doing things. Returning used tyres to a high-quality recycling process is another step toward even more responsible resource use for the BMW Group.

With the pilot project, Pyrum will be able to increase its supply of ELT steadily. This is especially important now that the main factory in Dillingen/Saar has been given the go-ahead to add more production lines.

Pyrum's collaboration with BMW expands on existing and successful partnerships, including those with BASF, Continental, and bicycle tyre manufacturer Ralf Bohle (Schwalbe).

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