Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Why Recycle Rubber?

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Rubber started becoming scarce during World War II, which lead to the process of vulcanization being developed. Thus the smart practice of recycling rubber began a long time ago. Consumption of natural rubber decreased during those times. Then by the nineties, the re-use rate of rubber started increasing tremendously. This boosted the rubber recycling industry which has been doing very well ever since. But this does not mean that rubber is being disposed off with care at every point of time.

Believe it or not, rubber tires are the most problematic sources of waste. Leaving rubber tube scrap lying around outdoors in Dubai city, among the garbage or in the scrap yards, is hazardous to the environment we thrive on. Piles of discarded rubber can become breeding grounds for mosquitoes, not forgetting to mention that they become a horrible site. Rubber tires discarded carelessly could even trigger fires. (Let’s nor forget that a fire triggered by rubber is also very hard to curb.) Fortunately, there is more than one recycling technique available to stop this potential hazard from taking place. The various rubber recycling techniques used by recycling companies in Dubai can be used to convert rubber scrap to crumb, viscous reclaim, oils, monomers or energy.

Along with catering to the scrap metal requirements of our customers in Dubai and other countries, Luck Group also recycles rubber tube scrap in Dubai. We serve local as well global needs. You may visit our website for contact details.

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