Yes. They shredded and made into new products such as floor mats, office supplies, mulch, and even asphalt.
Old car tires can be recycled and about 80% of them are recycled in North America. While some of these old tires are remanufactured into new tires, others are broken down and used in a wide variety of applications including railroad ties, rubber-modified asphalt, athletic surfaces, insulation, plastic/rubber blends used in a variety of products, even fuel.
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