Scrap Tire TECHNOLOGY AND MARKETS by Charlotte Clark, Kenneth Meardon, Dexter Russell

By Charlotte Clark, Kenneth Meardon, Dexter Russell

This ebook is gifted in components. half I covers the issues linked to scrap tires and identifies current and capability resource aid and usage equipment which may be powerful in fixing the scrap tire challenge. boundaries to elevated usage and thoughts for removal the boundaries are pointed out and evaluated. half II offers info at the use of entire, scrap tires and tire-derived gasoline (TDF) as combustion gas, and at the pyrolysis of scrap tires.

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It has also been known for some time that tires have the potential to serve as ideal breeding grounds for mosquitoes, especially when tires occur in large numbers in stockpiles. Because of the shape and impermeability of tires, they may hold water for long periods of time providing sites for mosquito larvae development. S. The new species are often more difficult to control and spread more disease (2). There is evidence of tires contributing to the presence of mosquitotransmitted diseases. The main solution that has been offered is tire shredding.

In the late 197Os, the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company researched a number of uses for whole tires. Among these uses were artificial reefs and breakwaters. Goodyear billed these applications as being major outlets for scrap tires. They claimed that by 1978 they had built some 2,000 reefs. In Ft. Lauderdale, Florida alone they were said to have used 3 million tires and were adding one million tires per year to that reef alone. Besides stimulating the fishing industry it was believed that tires would later be mined for their raw materials.

Reference 10. Reference 11. Total costs of landfilling whole tires - total costs of landfilling shredded tires. Assessment of Present Situation 35 effectively banned. Florida and Oregon have required that the tires be reduced in volume by methods such as slicing or shredding. Another landfill restriction method, in addition to banning tires or requiring shredding, is to require that tires be disposed of in tire monofills, either whole or shredded. This allows precautions to be taken that will keep the tires buried.

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