The end of the journey

At the end of their tireless journey, one through light and dark, these deflated pieces of rubber lie awaiting another journey to serve mankind.


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At a tyre scrap yard near Kalasipalya market

Recycling of used tyres has huge potential in India, considering the fact that India is the largest reclaimed rubber producer after China.

The recycled products can be used as rubber crumbs, in automobiles, molded products, the cement industry, the footwear industry, to name a few.

With a few good initiatives, the market has a huge potential for growth, including export options.


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About Rakesh Ayilliath 2 Articles
A software architect by profession, Rakesh Ayilliath is a photographer.