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Re: [GreenYes] Tire Management Hierarchy
Oh wouldnt it be great to go tire to tire???


At 09:57 AM 2/27/02 -0800, Jeff Morris wrote:
>Haven't worked it out exactly, but I've heard folks
>who have looked into the generation of scrap tires
>for their state say that rubber modified asphalt
>(RMA) could use most, if not all, the scrap tires
>they generate. It would depend on the rate of new
>road building, resurfacing and repairing, of course,
>but RMA would certainly be a huge one for scrap
>tires. Another significant use that is sure to come
>about sooner or later is closed loop recycling back
>into new tires. Several of the major tire
>manufacturers are currently working hard on recycled-
>Dr. Jeffrey Morris
>Sound Resource Management - Bellingham Office
>112 Ohio Street, Suite 202
>Bellingham, WA 98225
>360-738-0256 fax
> or
>---------- Original Message -------------------------
>Date:  Wed, 27 Feb 2002 11:42:32 EST
> >If all roads and surfaces used a crumb tire
>additive initially and for
> >repairs, would there be any tires left for burning?
> >
> >Richard V. Anthony
> >Richard Anthony Associates
> >858 272 2905
> >
> >
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