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  Retreading is TRULY Recycling

Recycle Tyres Retreading conserves oil.
The synthetic rubber components in a new passenger tyre contain 35 to 40 Litres of crude oil. Retreading the same tyre uses only 10 to 15 Litres of crude oil. The manufacture of a new medium truck tyre requires approximately 110 litres of crude oil, but it takes only 35 litres to retread.
Every year in India the use of retreads saves hundreds of millions of litres of crude oil, and millions of tyre continue a useful life thus saving a lot of foreign exchange.
Be a friend to your tyres, whether they are new or retreaded, maintain the correct inflation pressure. In this way you'll make sure they'll be retreadable when the tread is worn off, and you'll save fuel in the bargain.