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Environmental Technologies Alternatives.

Environmental Technologies Alternatives, Lima, OH, has been awarded a contract on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy to assist in the evaluation of markets for waste tire rubber that has been surface treated by a process developed under a DOE contract by Air Products & Chemicals. ETA will focus on finding the right match-up of product and processing applications to best utilize the material's unique properties. ETA is seeking interested participants for a partial-cost reimbursement program. Manufacturers must be willing to test the material in current products. For additional information, contact Fernley G. Smith, president of ETA, at (419) 227-3518.
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Title Annotation:contract to evaluate markets for waste tire rubber
Publication:Rubber World
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Jan 1, 1993
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