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Why are tire stockpiles considered hazardous to the environment?

Why are tire stockpiles considered hazardous to the environment?

The waste tires we produce every year is a growing problem with far-reaching implications. Over the past few decades, we have learned a lot about the issues this hazardous material can cause for our environment. Tire recycling facilities and government-funded programs...
World Aquatic Animal Day and Why it Matters

World Aquatic Animal Day and Why it Matters

April 3, 2021 will mark the second annual World Aquatic Animal Day. This effort started by the Animal Law Clinic at the Lewis & Clark Law School as part of their Aquatic Animal Law Initiative aims to raise awareness of the aquatic animals that live in our rivers,...
5 Ways to Reduce Tire Wear and Waste in a Fleet

5 Ways to Reduce Tire Wear and Waste in a Fleet

The country depends on trucking fleets to transport consumer products, food, and building materials from coast to coast. Operating such a fleet of trucks inevitably involves maintaining the tires on which every load rides. Without proper care and maintenance, the...
International Sports Car Racing Day: Love the Race, Hate the Waste

International Sports Car Racing Day: Love the Race, Hate the Waste

Celebrated on the third Saturday in March each year, International Sports Car Racing Day corresponds with the 12 Hours of Sebring race in Sebring, Florida. This endurance race brings drivers and spectators from all over the United States to hear the roar of the...
The Impact of COVID-19 on Recycling Solutions

The Impact of COVID-19 on Recycling Solutions

There’s something to be said for continuously communicating the importance of recycling and exemplifying the kind of actions necessary to recycle effectively. However, the priority placed on improving our planet’s state was severely overcome by the...
Becoming Your Own Boss: Starting a Tire Recycling Business

Becoming Your Own Boss: Starting a Tire Recycling Business

For decades, old car and truck tires have dotted the landscape. Tossed in scrap heaps and buried in landfills, they pose a significant environmental hazard. In the last 50 years, the tire disposal problem has risen to the forefront of environmentalists’ minds....

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