Nokian Tyres and harmful chemicals in car tyres

Environmentally conscious consumers are interested in knowing what kinds of chemicals and toxins are used in tyres. In fact, very few toxins are used in tyre manufacturing these days, and tyres contain less and less material that is carcinogenic or otherwise harmful. The European Union has endeavoured to standardise the legislation applying to the use […]
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Nokian Tyres and environmental responsibility

The manufacturing of tyres in general produces very few emissions; therefore, it does not place a great burden on the environment. The most significant emissions involve solvents, smells, particles and waste. To reduce smell and particle emissions, the industry uses particle filters and wet-washers. In Nokian Tyres production operations, consideration for the environment primarily involves […]
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The majority of tyres find a new lease on life through recycling

There are still countries in the world without a tyre-recycling programme. Besides the Nordic countries, Nokian Tyres operates widely in Russia, where tyre recycling has not yet been established. However, the country is promoting collaboration among tyre manufacturers, and a recycling programme is an objective of this work, even if the project is progressing rather […]
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