Who Buys Recycled Rubber?

Answer Manufacturers use recycled rubber in the production of several rubber goods. According to Hanna Sistek of Green Tech, recycled rubber is used in paints, shoes, plastics, carpets and tires. Recycled... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Who Buys Recycled Rubber

Can rubber boots be recycled?

Rubber boots are recyclable, as stated by Pewterplate and Timberlander. Manufacturers even make rubber boots from old tires. Even if you cannot find a recycling plant that will accept them, you can... Read More »

How to Make a Recycled Rubber Stamp?

If you'd like to make a recycled rubber stamp at home, it's an easy, eco-friendly and budget-conscious craft that is suitable for kids able to wield scissors or a craft knife safely.

Is recycled rubber mulch safe?

On One Hand: Manufacturers Say Rubber Mulch Is SafeRubber mulch manufacturers say their product is safe, non-toxic and odorless. Touting the fact that their mulch is made from recycled tires, they ... Read More »

Are artificial wood chips recycled rubber?

Artificial wood chips, also known as artificial mulch, can be made from a number of materials including rubber and glass. Rubber mulch usually comes from old tires that have been treated and shredd... Read More »