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Rubber has an extremely low thermal conductivity. As many as 1.5 billion car tyres are produced each year.
By shredding used car tyres, a composite may be formed which acts as thermal insulation for buildings. Appropriate treatment may allow the rubber to additionally act as a fire retardant.
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