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Rubber Research, Inc. Initiates Contact with California to Recycle End-Of-Life Rubber Tires

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RRI is poised to provide major support for the State of California’s efforts to meet its mandate to manage more than 75 million discarded rubber tires.

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									Rubber Research, Inc. Initiates Contact with California to Recycle End-
Of-Life Rubber Tires

RRI is poised to provide major support for the State of California’s
efforts to meet its mandate to manage more than 75 million discarded
rubber tires.

Hong Kong - January 21, 2013 -- Rubber Research, Inc. (RRI), a wholly-
owned subsidiary of the Rubber Research Group, has initiated contact with
the State of California as part of its attempt to enter the tire
reclamation market there. California currently has a mandate to manage
the more than 75 million tires in the state that require recycling. RRI’s
exclusive, green technologies in the rubber recycling industry make it an
ideal choice to support the state’s efforts.

Rubber Research Inc. and its subsidiaries have long been at the forefront
of the development of processes unique in the field of rubber reuse and
recycling, especially through its patented TireCycle® technology.
TireCycle® is the only technology in the world that reactivates used
crumb rubber to virgin rubber equivalent in an environmentally sound and
cost savings manner. With its recent purchase of Hi-Tek Rubber, Inc. and
more plant purchases in the pipeline, Rubber Research, Inc. has become
the first venture in the industry to successfully combine the recycling
process with end product manufacturing.

“Markets now exist for more than 80% of recycled scrap tires,” notes Gary
Ziehr, CEO of Rubber Research, Inc., “up from 17% about twenty years ago.
RRI is poised to become the industry leader in the global ecological and
market efforts to recycle.”

Rubber Research Group specializes in sourcing, designing, and installing
real time solutions, including energy and material recovery, in order to
reduce the rapidly increasing number of end-of-life tires discarded
annually.

To learn more about Rubber Research, Inc. and its leadership in field of
end-of-life rubber tire re-use, visit
http://www.InternationalTireSolutions.com.

For more information about Rubber Research, Inc.
Contact Norman Thayer at info@internationaltiresolutions.com
Contact phone: +852 2824 8695
Rubber Research Group Ltd
32/F Tower 1, Millennium City, Kwan Tong, Hong Kong

Press & Media Contact:
Norman Thayer
Rubber Research, Inc
32/F Tower 1, Millennium City
Kwan Tong, Hong Kong
+852 2824 8695
info@internationaltiresolutions.com
http://www.InternationalTireSolutions.com
manufacturing, integrated project, rubber roofing, rubber reuse,
recycling

								
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