Euroshield: Rubber roofing Shingles from recycled tires

Euroshield: Rubber roofing Shingles from recycled tires Would you ever want a rubber roof? The major ingredient in Rundle Slate, Ranchlands Shake, Vermont Slate, and Beaumont Shake is recycled tire rubber. In fact, 70% of a panel is recycled tire rubber. On average, 400 to 600 tires are used in the production of material required… Continue reading Euroshield: Rubber roofing Shingles from recycled tires

Recycled Tires to Colored Granules

This system is comprised of Eco Green equipments Green Giant Tire Shredder, the Eco Grater Secondary Tire shredder, the Eco Crumbler for granulating Shredded Tires and a continues paint line for producing painted granules and painted rubber mulch from recycled tires! source

Recycled Tires to Colored Granules

This system is comprised of Eco Green equipments Green Giant Tire Shredder, the Eco Grater Secondary Tire shredder, the Eco Crumbler for granulating Shredded Tires and a continues paint line for producing painted granules and painted rubber mulch from recycled tires! source

Recycled Tires to Colored Granules

This system is comprised of Eco Green equipments Green Giant Tire Shredder, the Eco Grater Secondary Tire shredder, the Eco Crumbler for granulating Shredded Tires and a continues paint line for producing painted granules and painted rubber mulch from recycled tires! source

Recycled Tires to Colored Granules

This system is comprised of Eco Green equipments Green Giant Tire Shredder, the Eco Grater Secondary Tire shredder, the Eco Crumbler for granulating Shredded Tires and a continues paint line for producing painted granules and painted rubber mulch from recycled tires! source

Recycled Tires to Colored Granules

This system is comprised of Eco Green equipments Green Giant Tire Shredder, the Eco Grater Secondary Tire shredder, the Eco Crumbler for granulating Shredded Tires and a continues paint line for producing painted granules and painted rubber mulch from recycled tires! source

Recycled tires create stronger Concrete | QPT

UBC, the University of British Columbia engineers have developed a more resilient type of concrete using recycled tires that could be used for concrete structures like buildings, roads, dams and bridges while reducing landfill waste. The researchers experimented with different proportions of recycled tire fibres and other materials used in concrete—cement, sand and water—before finding… Continue reading Recycled tires create stronger Concrete | QPT

Recycled tires create stronger Concrete | QPT

UBC, the University of British Columbia engineers have developed a more resilient type of concrete using recycled tires that could be used for concrete structures like buildings, roads, dams and bridges while reducing landfill waste. The researchers experimented with different proportions of recycled tire fibres and other materials used in concrete—cement, sand and water—before finding… Continue reading Recycled tires create stronger Concrete | QPT

Recycled tires create stronger Concrete | QPT

UBC, the University of British Columbia engineers have developed a more resilient type of concrete using recycled tires that could be used for concrete structures like buildings, roads, dams and bridges while reducing landfill waste. The researchers experimented with different proportions of recycled tire fibres and other materials used in concrete—cement, sand and water—before finding… Continue reading Recycled tires create stronger Concrete | QPT

Recycled tires create stronger Concrete | QPT

UBC, the University of British Columbia engineers have developed a more resilient type of concrete using recycled tires that could be used for concrete structures like buildings, roads, dams and bridges while reducing landfill waste. The researchers experimented with different proportions of recycled tire fibres and other materials used in concrete—cement, sand and water—before finding… Continue reading Recycled tires create stronger Concrete | QPT

Recycled tires create stronger Concrete | QPT

UBC, the University of British Columbia engineers have developed a more resilient type of concrete using recycled tires that could be used for concrete structures like buildings, roads, dams and bridges while reducing landfill waste. The researchers experimented with different proportions of recycled tire fibres and other materials used in concrete—cement, sand and water—before finding… Continue reading Recycled tires create stronger Concrete | QPT