Genan recycles many different kinds of tires from cars, vans, trucks, tractors and large industrial vehicles. In a highly technological production process, tires are separated into their original elements: rubber, steel and textile fibers. To ensure uniform, high-quality output, the technology is fully automated. The tires are untouched by human hands throughout the process.
All scrap tires received at a Genan plant are processed and recycled sustainably, allowing for the recycling of excellent raw materials.
WHICH TIRES DO WE ACCEPT?
GENAN ACCEPTS USED STANDARD TIRES OF THE FOLLOWING TYPES: 1
GENAN ACCEPTS USED TIRES SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 2
GENAN DOES NOT ACCEPT THE FOLLOWING: 3
TIRE SHREDS / CHIPS: 4
GENAN ACCEPTS USED STANDARD TIRES OF THE FOLLOWING TYPES:
Contact local plant managers for a specification of required sorting into the above categories.
GENAN ACCEPTS USED TIRES SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
1. Before unloading, the supplier must contact the Genan weigh bridge personnel and hand over a consignment note duly filled in and signed. 2. Genan does not accept dirty tires – i.e. tires covered in soil, mud or paint or otherwise contaminated with stones or other foreign objects. 3. Trucks must be weighed in on the Genan weigh bridge before and after unloading. The supplier receives a copy of the weight slip. Genan issues an invoice for the tonnage received.