Genan is the world’s largest recycler of scrap tyres with three large recycling plants in Germany (Oranienburg/Berlin, Dorsten/NRW and Kammlach I Bayern), one in Denmark and one in the USA. The plant established in Houston, Texas, USA in 2014 is the world’s largest tire recycling plant in the World.
The technology used GENAN has been developed since 1990 and the plants are highly sophisticated and fully automated. The tyres are recycled into their original components: rubber, steel and textile. The end products are uniform and clean and therefore very well suited for high quality applications.
Produced by GENAN’s high technology, the devulcanized, homogenious and high quality rubber powder and slab products substitutes primary raw materials in various industrial processes including tyre manufacturing and hence reduces production cost.