is used in over 40,000 commercial products. These days, rubber is crucial to transportation, household products and so much more. That’s why we’re introducing a new solution that reinvents the recycling process at a molecular level. This solution means more recycled rubber gets used rather than thrown away along with saving more natural resources.
An end-of-life tire is ground down to make crumb rubber or burned as tire derived fuel. There is no further recycling possible.
U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association – 2019 U.S. Scrap Tire Management Summary
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Kirkland, Washington – Prism Worldwide, a clean technology and innovation startup company manufacturing in the US, has released its new website. The modern design and content ties in with the company’s continued growth and expansion and shows how Prism is improving the environment by upcycling materials and removing waste from landfills. Prism’s new website explains
At Prism Worldwide, we’ve had an incredibly productive first quarter. We built tremendous talent in our team with the addition of: Dr. Lothar Freund, Chief Technology Officer Mark Kinkelaar, Chief Commercial Officer Sharene Nelson, Chief Financial Officer. Lothar and Mark bring decades of polymer development and sales/marketing experience. Sharene comes to us from the sustainable
Prism Worldwide (PWW) is pleased to announce the opening of a brand new, state of the art production facility in Reno, Nevada. The 70,000 SF plant will manufacture Prism Thermoplastic Rubber (PTRTM) as well as WavebondTM HaloTM Repair Units and Tunnels. PWW expects to use the equivalent of ~1.2 million passenger tires per year of
When PTR™ is used in a new tire, the rubber can be recycled again and again – creating a stronger rubber with each cycle.