How Are Tires Recycled
 
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2021 3:34 am    Post subject: How Are Tires Recycled Reply with quote
Did you know that although the rough, durable material of a tire is difficult to recycle, there are many ways in which tires can be recycled into useful products? Let’s examine a few of the ways in which we may have seen tires recycled without even knowing that the product was made out of old tire shreds.

Tires Are Burned As Fuel.
Shredded Tires are often used as fuel in industrial paper factories and electric utilities. According to the Rubber Manufacturers Association, “About 130 million tires are used annually as tire-derived fuel, making TDF the single biggest use for old tires.”

Tires Are Used To Reduce Vibration.
Shredding Tires have been used in construction for several years. As the environmental regulations and technologies have changed, many civil engineers have found ways to use tires for construction sites such as railway lines. When used in this particular manner, the shredded tires are utilized to create a vibration-reducing material lining for the inside of the railway.

Tires Are Used For Their Shock-Absorbing Nature.
Tires can also be used on normal, everyday roads as well. Often times, construction workers will use tires mixed with concrete or asphalt as the material for streets. You have also probably seen tires in the form of street bumps, street curbs, and highway crash bumpers. Another way tires are recycled in this way is on playgrounds and athletic tracks.

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