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What Can We Do with Tire Scrap
Tire scrap are an environmental hazard. In landfills, a large pile of discarded tires can
quickly turn into a dangerous fire that is difficult to extinguish and spews pollution. How to
recycle tire scrap is causing more and more citizens’ attention.
For an individual, some cute ideas not only help to save troubles of disposing, but also
create a scenery in one’ own garden. There are many practical uses for old tires including
DIY garden beds or ponds, tire swings, mulch and animal feeders. If you are up for the
challenge, you can find more. If you are not, find a recycler near you, let others do this
As a business, tire recycling industry is experiencing tremendous growth because of more
and more strict requirement of safe disposal. But before you start, having a knowing of the
local regulations is very necessary since it varies from state to state.
When you start tire recycling business, learn some basic knowledge of it. Tires can be
turned in to crumb rubber, which can be used for rubber-modified asphalt, vehicle mud
guards, floor tiles and mats, patio blocks and surfaces for running tracks and playgrounds.
Recycled tires are also commonly used as fuel in civil engineering project. The non-rubber
portions of the tire are also recycled. For instance, the steel beads that give the tire its
shape and structure are processed into specification-grade product used by steel mills for
Then you can make a preliminary business plan according to your purpose. You need to
have a clear mind of what you will need, especially the vehicles and location. Equipment
will vary a lot, depending on what you plan on doing. If you want to produce rubber powder,
a waste tire recycling plant will save you a lot of trouble, which has included all necessary
machines like tire sidewall cutter, tire strip cutter, tire block cutter, tire shredder, rubber
crusher, etc. Check national and local prices for tires and crumb rubber and explore
whether there are community grants for green business.
More to read: http://www.tirerecyclingmachines.com/application/index.html