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What industries can benefit from tire recycling?

What industries can benefit from tire recycling?

As tire recycling is becoming more common, recycled rubber products show up in places you might not expect, from playground mulch to roadways and engineering projects. A variety of different industries are beginning to discover ways to benefit from this...

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How Recycling Saves Wildlife

How Recycling Saves Wildlife

In 2019, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized the progress that we have made as a country in our recycling efforts. Since 1960, recycling efforts have increased from only 7% to 32%. While that is a significant increase, it still leaves a lot...

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Assessing Your Local Tire Recycling Market

Assessing Your Local Tire Recycling Market

According to statistics released by the US Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA), tire recycling efforts are not keeping up with waste tire production. Tire recycling hit a record high in 2013. A whopping 96% of tires found their way to tire recycling...

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Supporting World Bicycle Day Through Recycling

Supporting World Bicycle Day Through Recycling

In 2015, Polish social scientist Professor Leszek Sibilski wrote the first of two papers about the bicycle and its ability to elevate the human condition even in the poorest of circumstances. He recognized the bicycle as an inexpensive means of...

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5 Reasons Why You Should Use Rubber Mulch

5 Reasons Why You Should Use Rubber Mulch

Mulch has been used for many decades in gardens and flower beds. Usually manufactured from organic material such as bark and wood, mulch helps to hold in soil moisture, protect plants from extremes in temperature, and prevent weeds from germinating in the...

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Exploring the ECO Grater Secondary Shredder

Exploring the ECO Grater Secondary Shredder

Those who work in the tire recycling industry know that running a profitable business can be challenging at times. Tires are composed of some of the most rigid materials, including rubber and steel. To recycle tires, you must shred them and separate out the...

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