Seawolf partners with Indian firm for recycling

Seawolf Design Inc. continues its mission of composite recycling with the announcement that it is partnering with Domes International of India, a maker of composite housing.

Seawolf Design Inc. (New Smyrna Beach, Fla.) continues its mission of composite recycling with the announcement that it is partnering with Domes International of India (Ahemedabad, Gujarat, India), a maker of composite housing. Seawolf and Domes International are working to use reclaimed fiberglass as well as renewable natural fibers, such as rice hulls, kenaf fiber and many other materials. Seawolf manufactures equipment such as its FRP Grinder that can hammer-mill cured composite parts to a small size, allowing reuse of the fibers. The demonstration recycling facility is located in Ahemedabad, Gujarat.