At Genan we aim for sustainability and to help create a greener planet. At the end of the 1970s, the idea of establishing a plant for the recycling scrap tires was born. The automotive industry was booming and waste tires were a problem society was starting to address.
In the 1980s, new concepts were developed and, in 1990, the first recycling plant for scrap tires became a reality in Viborg, Denmark. Today, the needs of Genan’s customers fuel continuous development of innovative ways of utilizing end-of-life tires in new applications.
At Genan, there is something new to tackle every day – it never gets boring. The technology is cutting edge and it’s great to be a part of that and contribute to its success. I know that I’m not just a number, but a part of something bigger and appreciated for what I bring to the table. This company takes good care of its employees. At the end of the day, cutting up tires is very cool.
Martin, Lead Mechanic, Houston
THE GENAN CONCEPT
The Genan concept is both remarkable and inspirational. From scrap tire collection to recycled rubber application in our customers’ products, we strive to deliver innovative, high-quality products – that leave a sustainable footprint. Let us inspire you.