Pyrolyx secures 5-year rCB supply agreement with Continental
Continental A.G. and waste tire pyrolysis company Pyrolyx A.G. have signed a five-year contract for Pyrolyx to supply Continental with recovered carbon black (rCB) for use in tire production. The agreement calls for Pyrolyx to deliver up to 10,000 metric tons of rCB annually to Continental’s tire plants worldwide, according to a joint press release.
“Continental is excited to be entering this long-term relationship with Pyrolyx as it underlines our commitment to improving the sustainability of our products and operations. We are committed to innovative, environmentally beneficial technologies for our customers, while ensuring our tires meet the highest levels of safety performance,” said Dr. Andreas Topp, Vice President Material and Process Development and Industrialization at Continental.
Pyrolyx’s USA CEO, Thomas Redd, said, “This supply agreement is an extremely positive development for Pyrolyx and validates our approach to the recovery of carbon black from end-of-life tires and the acceptance of rCB globally. The validation of Pyrolyx’s rCB is a ‘game changer’ for Pyrolyx and the recovered carbon black industry.”