Tyromer Inc. is a company established in 2009 by the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, to commercialize a rubber devulcanization technology invented by Professor Costas Tzoganakis of the Department of Chemical Engineering.
Tyromer uses a strategy of open innovation and collaboration to address the global nature of scrap tires. We understand the need to work closely with industry leaders, to learn from their experiences and also to share some of ours. Our biggest successes are born from engagement, clear planning, and open communication.
We use a licensing business model. While Tyromer does operate certain facilities, the Company will also license its technology and TDP Production Systems. This is the most efficient way to serve the global market and allows us to focus on our core strength – technology, process, and product development and improvement.
Beyond providing value to our customers and partners, we will work with them with respect and honesty while delivering our best in service and support. We will offer our employees meaningful opportunities so they can thrive and provide for their families. Above all, we will be socially responsible and contribute to the greater sustainability of our community and the world.
Our vision is tire-to-tire recycling. Other industries are part of our vision as well, but in order to create real and drastic change, we understand the tire industry must be intimately involved.
|Company Name||Tyromer Inc|
|Business Category||Tire and Rubber Recycling|
|Address||101 Glasgow Street |
|Hours of Operation||NA|
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