Surface treatment of rubber waste
Document typePart of book or chapter of book
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
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Rubber is used in a vast number of products, from tyres on vehicles to disposable surgical gloves. Increasingly both manufacturers and legislators are realising that recycling is essential for environmental sustainability and can improve the cost of manufacture. The volume of rubber waste produced globally makes it difficult to manage as accumulated waste rubber, especially in the form of tyres, can pose a significant fire risk. Recycling rubber not only prevents this problem but can produce new materials with desirable properties that virgin rubbers lack. This book presents an up-to-date overview of the fundamental and applied aspects of renewability and recyclability of rubber materials, emphasising existing recycling technologies with significant potential for future applications along with a detailed outline of new technology based processing of rubber to reuse and recycle. This book will be of interest to researchers in both academia and industry as well as postgraduate students working in polymer chemistry, materials processing, materials science and engineering
CitationColom, X., Marín, M., Formela, K., Cañavate, J. Surface treatment of rubber waste. A: "Rubber recycling: challenges and developments". Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), 2018, p. 24-55.
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