The Mishergas System

The Mishergas System

Mishergas has developed a system that utilises end of life tyre recovery in what we believe is the most efficient, cost effective and environmentally sustainable process.

Nothing is wasted using the “Mishergas System” and it is something that can be replicated around the globe.

We combine “best in the class” manufacturers and our own intellectual property to achieve this.

 

Green Credentials:

The Mishergas System is a closed loop, sustainable circular economy model.

– Recycling waste.

– Recovering energy.

– Reducing landfill, pollution & toxic leachate.

– Upcycling materials into products that can be sold and used again.

– Offsetting approximately 70,000 tonnes of C02 a year (the equivalent of over 120 million trees)

– Reducing dependence on fossil fuels.

The Mishergas System also produces heat or power which can be used in many ways depending on location.

 

 

 

Additional benefits:

The Mishergas System has the unique flexibility to create a process that can be adapted for each client’s unique needs. This model can support business parks and industrial sites, fulfilling or supplementing all their electrical and district heating needs off grid.

The solution:

Every year, in the UK alone, there are over 50 million vehicle tyres that are discarded. These are often, illegally, stored in old warehouses or dumped in huge piles in the countryside (a massive fire risk as well as toxic leachate into water courses) or are shipped abroad to be used, often, in cement kilns (sending more toxins into the atmosphere). Waste tyres are a huge problem around the world; some tyre dumps are so vast they can be seen from outer space. Massive amounts of oil and rubber are used in their manufacturing process; their high calorific value means that they are great feed stock for industrial processes, however once they are burnt for whatever purpose, all the embodied energy that has gone into them has literally gone up in smoke. . With our Mishergas System, the embodied energy of the tyres is recovered in a sustainable manner and is then re-sold back for the manufacture of rubbers and plastics and as oil that can be blended or distilled for different purposes.