Pretred recycles waste tires and plastics (two of the worst recycling records). We repurpose these materials into industrial use barriers and blocks (solid & durable). Our sustainable products have superior benefits and replace one of the most destructive materials on earth (concrete).
The Global Waste Tire Problem: Over 4 billion waste tires are stockpiled worldwide. 1.8 billion End-Of-Life Tires [ELT] will be generated in 2020 (300 million in U.S). The top two uses for waste tires are burning and burying them. Colorado has the largest waste tire dump in the U.S. (60 million tires or 1.2 billion pounds).
Environmental Impact: We have the most sustainable barriers and blocks on the market. Our proprietary approach recycles approximately 75,000+ tires for every 1,000 barriers sold (e.g. 1 mile of infrastructure = 880 barriers). Our barriers reduce 98% of equivalent CO2 emissions vs. concrete barriers.
Buyers: Public: Government agencies (federal, state, municipal). Private: Transportation, construction, event, resort companies etc. are subsidized, incentivized, and motivated to purchased our barriers and blocks.
Tackling the Global Tire Waste Problem with Pretred
Sustainable Construction Products Company Pretred Announces $3 Million Investment
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