Carbon derived from tires helps clean air

Researchers at the University of Illinois are recycling US tires to provide activated-carbon adsorbents for gas separation, storage and cleanup applications. Potential commercial applications of tire-derived activated carbons include the removal of toxic pollutants from fossil-fuel-fired power plants, storage of alternative fuels such as natural gas in vehicles and the removal of volatile organic compounds from industrial gas streams.


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