Rubber is a type of product from a raw material in the form of a granulate or powder that returns to that form when it is recycled. When ground, rubber is included in blends used by industry in numerous applications. However, producing new articles with recycled rubber depends on the weight limit: working vulcanized rubber demands complex technologies depending on the final product’s required performance. Rubber remains a highly recyclable material. For recycling, it is ground and then reduced into granules. Then, plastics are separated from other materials like metals and textile residues. The rubber is separated and reduced to smaller and smaller particles. These particles are similar to sand and are commonly called powder. Finally, the fine powder is used in various ways, not least in producing new energy.