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Black Bear Carbon BV, Netherlands

Netherlands-based Black Bear Carbon BV, founded in 2010, has developed a unique, CO2negative process for producing the world’s first Cradle-to-Cradle certified™ Carbon Black from tires. The company’s long-term goal is to upcycle all waste tires into valuable products. Each year, 1.5 billion tires en more

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  • Colorful world: Ceresana analyzes the pigment market

    The market research company Ceresana analyzed the entire pigment market already for the fifth time: 10 million tonnes were sold worldwide in 2017. The majority was utilized by the industry in Asia-Pacific. Due to above-average growth rates, demand in this region will presumably rise to almost 6.3 mi more

  • Black Bear raises 11 million Euro to solve the global waste tire problem and slash CO2

    Every year, 1.5 billion tires reach the end of their life. The vast majority get dumped or incinerated, releasing massive amounts of CO2 and destroying highly valuable resources. To solve this waste tire problem, Black Bear has developed a unique carbonization process to transform used tires into re more

  • Essential Ingredients: Report on the Global Market for Fillers

    Fillers do not only make numerous products cheaper, often, they also greatly improve the properties of the filled materials. The market research company Ceresana analyzes the complete market for fillers for the fifth time already: Worldwide demand for ground calcium carbonate (GCC), precipitated cal more

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Carbon black

Carbon black Carbon black is a material, today usually produced by the incomplete combustion of petroleum products. Carbon black is a form of amorphous carbon that has an extremely high surface area to volume ratio , and as such it is one of t ... more

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