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21 Jul 2014
There is a famous Native American proverb that states “we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.” Our earth and environment in the present times need all the help that we can offer in order to save it from any further deterioration and to achieve the same; we must take every small a big step that ensures that our environment is pollution free.
 
Activities such planting of trees, conservation of water, saving electricity, etc. are being done heavily and there are many organisations, both profitable and non-profitable, which take voluntary steps to accomplish these. However, there are many other things that can ensure that our nature is kept safe. One such step is to recycle old and used goods. At a basic level, recycling of waste products such as plastic bottles, papers, vegetable peels, etc. can be done at homes but, when it comes to recycling of waste products such as non-functioning machines and its parts, plastic tyres of cars and other large vehicles, there are professional and expert teams that work on such issues.

Waste tyres can be used to recycle and generate energy through the process of waste tyre pyrolysis. In a waste tyre recycling plant, the tyres are collected together and decomposed. With the help of waste tyre recycling machine, the tyres are chemically decomposed in the tyre pyrolysis plant by heating without oxygen or any other reagents that produces gas, oil, carbon black and steel. The idea is to encourage the reduction of solid wastes through re-utilisation of the waste products. This will also encourage the eradication of dumping of waste products at the major landfills. Since waste tyres and other plastic products are non-biodegradable, they continue to remain as solid wastes until they are recycled and remoulded into other forms of bi products.

It is important to understand the significance of recycling of waste products to save the environment and to make the earth a healthier place to live. The future lies in the hands of the present and immediate steps should be taken to protect it.


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