Chairs from Scrap Tyres a New Creative Innovation of Hyderabad Couples

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Chairs from Scrap Tyres a New Creative Innovation of Hyderabad Couples

Chairs made from wood, sponges, plastic are quite common. But chairs from thrown unknown scrap tyres is a new innovation by Hyderabad-based entrepreneurs Aruna Kappagantula and Prashant Lingam. For every innovation creativity is needed. So these couples exhibit their creativity through these tyre chairs. Furnitures are made from unwanted tyres and are good-looking. These chairs are made from disposed lorry and car tyres. Actually the burning of tyres cause atmospheric pollution. So proper disposal of wastes is necessary for a healthy life.
Chairs from Tyres a New Creative Innovation of Hyderabad Couples, Scrap Tyres
Proper recycling of waste materials should be done in order to protect our environment. This thought led the couples to implement the idea of utilizing scrap tyres for making furniture. This will be useful for the common people. Prashant is the founder of Bamboo House India, which focuses mainly on the usage of Bamboo products.
Surely this innovation helps in the disposal of millions of tyres. Bamboo House has tie ups with Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation. The project helps in recycling the scrap. Aruna, Prashant and their team is working hard to make furnitures from the scrap tyres. These furnitures are designed for both external and internal purposes. Models include single seater, chairs etc. The couples are giving importance to the outdoor furnitures since it is  free from termite attack, free of rusting and wont get affected by heat and light.
These people have applied the principle of three R’s- Reduce, Reuse and Recycle of environment sustainability. If they can apply these recycling technique why cant you. Awake Indians awake: refresh your mind and enhance creativity and create wonders to maintain our environment. Keep up the good work, Aruna Kappagantula!You are not only helping the artisans in-earning their livelihood but also helping in continuing these traditional art forms.  Very inspired to see you continue to implement great win-win ideas!

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