Scrap Tires and Rubber
When you use a tire, there’s often quite a lot of rubber left when you have to replace them. This is excellent material with a number of secondary uses from tire swings to playground mulch to safer, more durable highways. In 2016, 136 million tires were processed by the U.S. recycling industry. The rubber is processed through shredding knives or cryogenic freezing then crushing before going into products like synthetic turf fields or roofing tiles.
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