Don't Get Rid Of Your Old Tires, Check Amazing Things Made of Old Tires
By djflykicks | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 0 views
Tires are made of synthetic carbon which is non biodegradable. This means disposable of old tired is so dangerous to environment since the tire don't go through decomposition. The synthetic fibre of carbon can last for more than 300 years to tear out but no decomposition can occur. This shows how people should be serious when disposing old vehicle tyres. Other way of disposing these tires is through burning but this is not recommended way. Tire burn in a very dark smoke due to long chain of carbon fibres in it. This smoke is a release of carbon dioxide to the environment which can interfere with ozone layer. The ministry of health and environment has encouraged car users to find alternative ways of recycling the car tire. Let's look at following items made from old tires.
Instead of disposing your car tires in any way, just thing of recycling them to make one of above things. Thanks for reading this article.
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