Keeping It Green
Here at Tyres Direct we appreciate the impact that our busy, modern lifestyles can have on our planets environment so we take every step possible to ensure that we all make the minimum impact on our ecosystem when it comes to the recycling your motoring products.
Since we have been established Tyres Direct have been an advocate of remoulded / recycled tyres and we believe that it is in all of our interests as individuals to take responsibility for and to make every effort we can to take as much care of our planet as possible. As you will see below, recycling of old product is not necessarily straightforward but the tyre industry is taking great steps to ensure we look after our planet which will in turn help to keep costs to a minimum for all of us motorists.
Used tyres accumulate in their millions every year and present a serious environmental problem and at present, tyres are almost impossible to recycle economically and are virtually indestructible. As a result millions of tyres are simply dumped every year around the world but you will help by recycling your products with us to so that they can be transformed from waste material into marketable products, such as new tyres, road pavement, industrial and domestic flooring or geotextiles for retaining walls and embankments to mention a few. Recycling rubber is also a cheaper and more energy-efficient option than producing virgin materials saving on production cost and helping to keep our motoring costs down as well as creating savings on greenhouse gas emissions conserving natural resources that would otherwise be wasted. Our hope is that the collection and return of tyres for recycling will help reduce the current practices of landfill and help promote a `greener`tyre industry.
Please feel free to use our 'Tyre Search Facility` below that incorporates full detail of the new 'E.U Tyre Labelling` values. This should help to guide you to make the most appropriate choice regarding your tyre purchase.
If you have any further questions regarding tyre remoulding or any aspect ofthe new E.U Labelling Law or tyre recycling, please feel free to visit our 'Tyre labelling` page or feel free to contact Greg or Richard.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our 'Keeping It Green` page, we look forward to speaking to you.