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Green Distillation Technologies doubles size of Warren tyre recycling plant

Australian tyre recycler Green Distillation Technologies will double the production capacity of their plant at Warren in Western New South Wales with the installation of an additional processing module. Construction of the module, which turns end-of-life tyres into high value oil, carbon and steel, is underway and will be completed in April. It is proposed to install the remainder of a planned six modules next year to reach full annual processing capacity of 19,300 tonnes of tyres. Green Distillation Technologies COO Trevor Bayley (pictured) said: “Clearly, investment funds are vitally important and you have to spend money to make money and our aim is to get the Warren plant to full capacity so we can not only provide positive proof of our technology, but the economics of our process through the sale of the oil, carbon and steel we produce.”

Advanced Braking Technology continues return to profits

Fully enclosed braking systems manufacturer Advanced Braking Technology booked a $200,000 profit in the first quarter of the 2020-2021 financial year. Total revenue in the quarter was $2.5 million. It also reported a net profit of $200,000 for 2019-2020, a turnaround of $1.9 million from the previous year’s loss. The company’s brakes are the brakes of choice for harsh environmental conditions such as mine sites, and have been chosen to be fitted to Australia’s new Hawkei armoured vehicle now being produced by Thales.

Fleet Space deploys satellite technology for SEA Gas

South Australian global nano-satellite start-up Fleet Space Technologies has announced the deployment of their smart sign technology for continuous easement interference monitoring by pipeline operator, SEA Gas. Fleet Space in collaboration with the Future Fuels CRC and the University of Wollongong, will deliver a remote IoT monitoring solution for SEA Gas, whose 700km pipelines run throughout South Australia and Victoria. The collaboration will position SEA Gas as a world leader in pipeline management .

Osteopore signs Australasian distribution contract

Bone repair scaffold manufacturer Osteopore has signed a contract with LMT Surgical which will distribute its 3D printed products in Australia and New Zealand. LMT will distribute its products which aid bone healing in neurosurgery and facial reconstructions. The products recently received approval from Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration.

Picture: Green Distillation Technologies/COO Trevor Bayley at Warren

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