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In a closed-loop economy, the zero waste goal is attainable with the 3Rs – recycling, reuse and recovery; as well as the adoption of green technologies

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    Green thumb rules in the tyre industry
    Fluctuating supply and prices o f latex rubber and a growing demand for more eco-friendly technologies are antecedent to the development o f a flourishing green tyre sector, says Angelica Buan. Global demand for both synthetic rubber and natural rubber is set to grow to almost 40 million tonnes by 2020, according to Singapore-headquartered trade organisation International Rubber Study Group. This projection may encounter a few hiccups as 2017 unfolds since, currently, season-related latex...
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    Automotive: Fuel economy sets in motion vehicles’ requirements
    In the future, cars may be smarter, flashier or more autonomous; but a few features, such as being lightweight and fuel efficient, may remain in style, says Angelica Buan. Vehicles provide the canvas for the latest technologies and systems in safe, fun and efficient driving. The piecemeal evolution of cars, from the horse-powered carriages, to the first motorised Benz car to driverless and connectivityenabled hybrid cars, proves that engineering possibilities are almost endless....
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  • car-image
    Green thumb rules in the tyre industry
    Fluctuating supply and prices o f latex rubber and a growing demand for more eco-friendly technologies are antecedent to the development o f a flourishing green tyre sector, says Angelica Buan. Global demand for both synthetic rubber and natural rubber is set to grow to almost 40 million tonnes by 2020, according to Singapore-headquartered trade organisation International Rubber Study Group. This projection may encounter a few hiccups as 2017 unfolds since, currently, season-related latex...
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    Automotive: Fuel economy sets in motion vehicles’ requirements
    In the future, cars may be smarter, flashier or more autonomous; but a few features, such as being lightweight and fuel efficient, may remain in style, says Angelica Buan. Vehicles provide the canvas for the latest technologies and systems in safe, fun and efficient driving. The piecemeal evolution of cars, from the horse-powered carriages, to the first motorised Benz car to driverless and connectivityenabled hybrid cars, proves that engineering possibilities are almost endless...
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