The Tirex Corporation has been selected as a 2015
Tech Company to Watch. The
Tirex Corporation was chosen from a large pool of start-ups
and growth companies who applied to participate in the 2015
Connecticut Innovation Summit.
Tirex has developed and owns the technology that is a U.S. patented,
semi-cryogenic tire recycling process, known as the TCS System. It
is environmentally friendly, economically viable (even without
tipping fees), and reduces scrap tires into -5 to –30 mesh (or
finer) clean crumb rubber with a uniquely smooth morphology and
saleable, intact steel wire and fiber. Tirex’s proprietary process,
that doesn’t use liquid nitrogen, freezes the rubber and then passes
it through it’s patented “fracturing mill” which “breaks” the rubber
apart, instead of cutting it, exposing the whole strands of steel
and fiber, and leaving a value added crumb rubber that is best
suited for extrusion molding recycled rubber products and higher end
Tirex’s full scale
TCS prototype was accredited in 2001 by Recycle Quebec in Montreal.
Tirex management welcomes all governments, companies and
investors interested in our business of bringing to market what we
believe is the most economically viable and environmentally friendly
tire recycling process in the industry.
Safe Harbor Statement:
statements made in this release may contain language describing the
plans, goals, strategies, intentions, forecasts and expectations of
The Tirex Corporation that may be referred to as "forward-looking
statements." Several important factors could cause actual results to
differ materially from those in such forward-looking statements, and
Tirex could encounter unanticipated obstacles and delays in
developing products, service offerings and markets.
Note From the President:
"Please be advised that the Company will only distribute material news to the public through an SEC filing that may or may not be accompanied with a news release. Consistent with this Company policy, the Company will not publicly disseminate any information pertaining to any negotiations to commercialize its technology."