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N & S Enterprise in

N & S Enterprise
Exporters of ferrous and non-ferrous materials, commodities HMS1 and HMS2 along with (DULAB's) Drained Used Lead Acid Batteries, EPA approved, Aluminum, Copper, Brass, Stainless Steel, Damaged Electrical Motors & Compressors. Also we are suppliers and exporters of shredded tires that can be recycled and used for 1, Asphalt companies buy large quantities of shredded rubber crumbs to mix with their hot melt asphalt to make pavements cheaper. 2, Shredded tires are perfect for increasing the burning value of refuse-derived fuel (RDF) in incineration plants, as they can really maximize their process by utilizing a rubber mixture. 3, Other road construction companies purchase large quantities of medium-sized shredder tires to use in road beds for minimizing vibration and for highway sound barriers. 4, Pure rubber can also be granulated and used in the foundations of racetracks, playgrounds, and garden beds. It is used in bark mulch to hold in water and to prevent weeds from growing. 5, Manufacturers are always looking for recycled tires that can be reused to manufacture new tires. 6, Landfill sites can use shredded tires for leachate lines and to help them build new cells. 7, Steel mills can use shredded tires as a carbon source by replacing the coal or coke during manufacturing. 8, Rubber tires can be used in barriers for collision reduction, erosion control, and rainwater runoff, and to protect piers and marshland from wave action.

N & S Enterprise
Georgetown South

Contact : Moses Evelyn
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