Many people own different types of cars in this country. Such cars have different sizes of tires. When the tires are worn out, they are replaced with new ones. However, majority of people have the tendency of throwing away old tires. This habit causes environmental degradation like soil pollution, water pollution, strangling of aquatic animals and even air pollution if the tires are burned. In a nutshell, careless dumping of used tires disrupts biodiversity on earth.
This article discusses some of the important things you can make with old tires. Instead of throwing them away, these tires can be recycled and used to make a variety of helpful home furnitures.
These tires can be designed in such a way that they can form tables, chairs, beds, stools, storage cupboards and sofa sets. Furnitures made using car tires are durable and relatively cheaper than the ones made using ordinary leather.
Apart from making furnitures, old tires can be used to make flower beds that will help make the environment of your home look beautiful and fascinating.
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