Rotating a Cooperation From Waste Tires to Wetsuits

The reason for Enrestec's success is that the company constantly creates new values for the customers. cross-industry collaboration with companies such as textile industry (SHEICO), tire industry (Kenda, Hankook) and add the concept of "cycle" and "regeneration" to transform waste into new materials for use. With the establishment of mutual trust between manufacturers in the circular economy industry chain, Taiwan has a leading opportunity in the new economic development trend.

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Taiwan's tire raw materials are almost 100 % imported ; how to make waste tires into resources, reduce waste pollution in the environment and reduce waste of resource imports (have) always been the main reason for Enrestec to invest in research and development of pyrolysis technology.

Improve brand value. Using sustainable materials is the name of the game

The tire industry wastes energy and the generated waste tires will cause environmental impact and will directly affect the image of the company.

In recent years, top companies such as Kenda, Hankook, Michelin and Goodyear are actively investing in recycling research. In CSR, it is proposed to use 80% of tire materials as perpetual materials/recycling rate of 100%.

Enrestec pyrolysis waste tires to produce products such as pyrolysis oil, carbon black and steel wire. The recycled carbon black can replace 100% of conventional carbon black. SHEICO uses the recycled carbon black to make wetsuits. The concept of using recycled carbon black has won resounding reflection from the customers. It decided to join hands with Enrestec to enter Southeast Asia and create overseas business opportunities through the (whole factory export). In the future, it is expected to provide circular economy solutions for rubber industry in Southeast Asia , Europe and the United States of America.


  • Achieved recycled carbon black (Carbon Footprint:671.5 kg CO2e / ton) and pyrolysis oil (Carbon Footprint:479.9 kgCO2e /KL ) product carbon footprint certification, compared to traditional carbon black, fuel oil, reduce carbon emissions for about 80% to 90%.