Tyre derived fuel provides an alternative energy resource to replace fossil fuels such as gas, coal or oil in industrial applications such as cement kilns, electricity generation or industrial process heat. Over the years, Tyrecycle has successfully produced TDF as an alternate fuel for Domestic and International use.

Our full chain of custody and strict testing and control regimes mean our customers can be guaranteed to receive fuel that consistently meets high quality standards and is produced in accordance with environmental regulations.

This includes approvals obtained by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) and Councils. Tyrecycle’s onsite laboratory has been established for day-to-day monitoring of product quality.

It is estimated that 150,000 tonnes of fuel generated avoids 174,000 tonnes of CO2e compared to brown coal. This is equivalent to 37,286 cars off the road for a year.

End-of-life tyres present as both a waste management challenge and an opportunity for resource recovery. TDF presents a better comparative greenhouse outcome over the use of fossil fuels such as coal and fuel oil.