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Tire Recycling

‘’We are the pioneers of a unique Circular Economy solution in the world’’

Engineers within our group have installed the first industrial plant in the world capable of recycling of medium and large End of Life Tires “ELT” which previously were difficult to treat with traditional mechanical technologies. We can help you do the same for your rubber/metal products. They  achieved this through the use of a proprietary Technology called “High Pressure Water Jet” (H.P.W.J.™) which uses high pressure water jet for recycling.

This process has many advantages including low environmental impact being 100% Eco-Friendly.

The High Pressure Water Jet Technology


The high purity outputs of the process (in the form of granules and powder) can be inserted back into the compounds for various products as a

substitute for the natural rubber

(which is becoming an increasingly more expensive commodity) that way also making the whole process significantly more sustainable.

Our products has been used and approved also for the use in the

Tyre Industry



Top Quality

Very high Purity and Quality product.


Lower Cost

Lower price than Natural Rubber.


Best High Tech

The best technology for the recycling of big End of Life Tires (those formed by high content of Natural Rubber).


Top Performance

Due to the high content of Natural Rubber and the percentage of Devulcanization.


Green Benefits

We help our customers to achieve their Sustainability Goals.



The plant is ISO - 9001 certified and has adopted a rigorous Quality Management System to guarantee a high quality level of RJP™ and RJG™ final products required by companies in the Automotive and various other Rubber Compounds sectors.

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Politecnico di Milano has certified the innovation of the High Pressure Water Jet™ Technology developed by Vertech.

Get In Touch

If you are interested in creating a customized recycling plant do not hesitate to contact us.

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