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products, and the article discusses the various uses, and then breaks down the categories so the reader can see which use was the most prevalent.

Blumenthal, M. (2002). Scrap tire recycling markets update. BioCycle. 43, 58-62.

This article, about four pages in length, talks at length about the various markets for tire derived products. It discusses tires in road construction, tire derived fuel, and other markets.

Brown, C (2002) Best practices in scrap tire and rubber recycling. Resource Recycling, 16(12), 21.

This article focuses on recycling technology, comparing different methods of creating crumb rubber and more. It discusses the differences between ambient and cryogenic processing of tires

Chan, Ricky (2001). Determinants of Chinese consumer's green purchase behavior. Psychology & Marketing. 18, 389-413.

This journal article, written by a professor of HKPU, analyzes the purchasing behavior of Hong Kong residents with regards to green products. It provides some insight into the sociopolitical values of Hong Kong Chinese residents.

Clark, C., Meardon, K., & Russell, D. (1993). Scrap tire technology and markets. Park Ridge: Noyes Data Corporation. Online version available at: http://www.knovel.com/knovel2/Toc.jsp?BookID=92&VerticalID=0

This book is one of the most useful resources on scrap tires available. Several hundred pages in length it touches on just about any topic, from basic tire technology, to recycling technology, and to markets, laws, and government regulations. A downside is the book is very focused on the US market, not going into the markets/laws in other countries.

Cunliffe, Adrian M., & Williams, Paul T. (1997). Composition of oils derived from the batch pyrolysis of tyres. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis. 44, 131-152.

This journal article provides information on the composition of oil from pyrolysis at different temperatures. Includes tables on elemental composition as well as chemical analysis.

Cunliffe, A.M., & Williams, P.T. (1998). Properties of chars and activated carbons derived from the pyrolysis of used tyres. Environmental Technology. 19, 1177-1190.

This journal article discusses research into the properties of the carbon obtained through tyre pyrolysis. The authors treat the carbon and test its use as an activated carbon, and do tests on particle surface area.

Earth Link. (2000). Scrap Tires and Recycling. Retrieved January 14, 2007, from Earth Link Technology Enterprises Web site: http://www.earth-link.com.hk/tire1.htm


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