RE: Can Used Vehicle Tyre be Recycled Into Anything?

One wonders why tires are littered around unlike cartoons that can still be recycled and I also thinking of business towards that. Any ideas guys

Who can give me ideas of things that used tires can be recycled into. I mean used tires recycling business ideas with pictures for me to see.

Thank you

Michael Alaegbu Active Member Asked on September 27, 2017 in Technology.
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This is a nice idea…. because car tires are everywhere.  Not all recycling requires a machine or a sophisticated equipment to carry out. There are some cool stuffs you could be creative about. Tyres are strong and reliable.

Tire recycling or rubber recycling is the process of recycling vehicles’ tires (or tyres) that are no longer suitable for use on vehicles due to wear or irreparable damage (such as punctures). These tires are among the largest and most problematic sources of waste, due to the large volume produced and their durability

While some of these old tires are remanufactured into new tires, others are used in a wide variety of applications including railroad ties, rubber-modified asphalt, athletic surfaces, insulation, plastic/rubber blends used in a variety of products, even fuel.

There are also some petty things you could make out of it.

Flower phase, playing ground hawk, tables, etc… let me show you some pictures of things made out of Car tyres.

it serve this purpose well

is this not cool?

what about this?

i will love to order for this

These are not Photoshop, they are real tyres meheeen…. Am sure Mr Darlinton woul love to have a set

it could be this

or this…

this is cool too

Creativity is the key

What a nice thing to welcome you

what an invention


Am sure these will motivate you about something…..

You could make Fetcher for well water. You could make foot mats from it….. The sky is the starting point bro.

Please let me know what you think below……


Expert Consultant Answered on September 28, 2017.
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