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Stop Overflowing Landfills

With 139.6 million tons of waste making its way to US landfills each year, changing the way we dispose of our disused materials is inevitable for our environment to thrive. More than an obstacle for future generations, often thought of as 'tomorrow's problem', air and water pollution are currently responsible for the deaths of 9 million people each year – "more than six times the [2020] toll of the pandemic," according to Colombia University. A jaw-dropping statistic, outlining the urgency that we face.

139.6 million tons of waste making its way to US landfills each year...

With our bursting landfills emitting harmful toxins, leachate, and greenhouse gases into communities across the US and beyond, taking small steps to reduce our environmental footprint will have dramatic effects, from the reduction of unsightly landfills to the crystal-clear air that fills our lungs. Leachate drainage for landfills are strictly monitored. Tire chips are used for leachate covering, as they are permeable, does not erode like dirt (this is a good thing).

With nitrous oxide increasing by 123%, a greenhouse gas known for its negative effects on the ozone layer, now is the time to give our landfills a welcomed break from our pre-loved junk, switching our sights to the world of recycling. A space that will allow our climate, creatures, and children to flourish.

While rubber, leather, and textiles combined account for over 11% of landfill materials, tires alone are taking up to 75% of landfill space; a statistic which could easily be minimized, catalyzed by their inconvenient size and shape – a design great for those ultra-smooth road trips, but not so idealistic for landfill space that is dwindling by the day! Going green by recycling our disused tires will open the gap for the safe disposal of non-recyclable materials.

key features
  • Tires alone take up to 75% of landfill space.
  • Minimize the amounts of harmful toxins being emitted by landfills.
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