All you need to do is turn around the corner and you are bound to find some sort of gaudy monstrosity that someone has thrown about thinking that’s it’s not their responsibility to keep the earth, or at least their surroundings clean. We are mostly a blame game generation: I pay taxes get someone else […]
All you need to do is turn around the corner and you are bound to find some sort of gaudy monstrosity that someone has thrown about thinking that’s it’s not their responsibility to keep the earth, or at least their surroundings clean. We are mostly a blame game generation: I pay taxes get someone else to clean it. NO!!! If you can’t keep your own surroundings clean, DO NOT expects the world to be in order either. IF charity begins at home so does cleanliness.
European cities mostly have a waste segregation system that is probably the best in the world. You have fixed days to take out your paper items like newspapers and cardboards in a specified area. Glass and plastic has to be segregated by the people themselves, so that it can be taken straight to the recycling centre and the rest of the garbage which you put in the black bag gets taken away every day. This is the coolest system for recycling available anywhere on the planet and Sweden and Norway are the leaders in recycling even in terms of electronic waste. Kudos, to them.
While the above sounds all glossy and cheery the rest of the world is not far behind. Recycling is big all across the world and if not the waste of your house, it is definitely something or the other that can help the environment. You have people recycling phones, gadgets, steel and iron. The most common output of recycling after plastic is Rubber. Rubber Flooring has become the Godzilla of flooring and its ease of use and installation combined with its durability has seen the Rubber Flooring industry grow by leaps and bounds, this is one growth graph that is definitely going up for a long time.
Rubber Flooring is mostly made by recycling old tires and a mix and mash of some dying and chemical materials. The flooring comes in many forms like Mats, Pavers, Rolls and Tiles. Rubber Tiles are the most popular form of flooring primarily because it has more color and is installable at homes and commercial establishments with relative ease.
The flooring is highly durable with a life of about 7 years and is also installable around swimming pools as it does not collect water on the surface and the new flame retardant Rubber flooring is making inroads into kitchens where it can be easily installed on the sub-flooring and is also easy on the feet. Play pans along with Gyms and fitness studios have taken on Rubber Flooring in a big way.
Commercial establishments, like corporate offices, chemicals labs, hotels and big gyms and fitness studios combine with saunas and steam baths have all now switched over to Rubber Flooring Tiles and Mats. Not only is it cost effective, the flooring offers easy cleaning options saving you truck loads on cleaning chemicals it also allows big corporate houses to earn Earth points since the Rubber is Recycled.