Pieces of rubber that come from tire-shredding processes, which also contain steel and textile fibre.
We obtain them by means of end-of-life tire recycling, through which we proceed to mechanically shred the tires. These tires can be of agricultural or industrial origin.
First, there is a primary shredding, in order to decrease storage volume. Subsequently, there is a second grinding, in order to obtain different products, or sell them directly to cement industries (as alternative fuel).