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What should I do to get my old tires ready for recycling?

What should I do to get my old tires ready for recycling?

Once you have made the environmentally friendly decision to recycle your tires, you may be wondering what steps you need to take to properly prepare your tires for recycling. Well, you’ve come to the right place! Keep reading to find answers to that question...

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Why Everyone Should Create Upcycled Art

Why Everyone Should Create Upcycled Art

Almost everyone has an artsy side. Whether you knit, paint, build, decorate or mow the lawn in a neat pattern, most adults will admit that art isn’t only for kids. Art also plays an important role in a successful business. From advertising campaigns to...

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The Pros and Cons of Different Recycling Business Start-Ups

The Pros and Cons of Different Recycling Business Start-Ups

Recycling businesses are a great start-up if you want to help the environment while making money. With waste and pollution becoming an increasingly pressing issue for many communities, the range of recyclable materials has expanded dramatically in recent...

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How do local communities benefit from local recycling?

How do local communities benefit from local recycling?

We all know how recycling benefits society as a whole, but often we don’t realize the good it’s doing right here in our own communities. We asked our readers to detail the advantages they have experienced from local recycling efforts and here’s what they had...

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7 Uses for Rubber Mats Made from Tires

7 Uses for Rubber Mats Made from Tires

Recyclers process old tires into lots of different things. While you might not see many of the products in use like tire derived fuel and rubber enhanced asphalt, some end products, like rubber mats, are common household and business items. Rubber mats are...

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Is Burning TDF Better Than Fossil Fuels?

Is Burning TDF Better Than Fossil Fuels?

When you type TDF into Google, you find a whole lot more about the Tour de France than the tire recycling process. This is one of the few articles dedicated to the other TDF, Tire Derived Fuel. If you are as interested in this alternative fuel as we are,...

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