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March 11, 1993 | From Associated Press
Jim Rosenbaum remembers when he couldn't impress anyone with the ideas he had for old tires. He had made planters, birdbaths and volleyball standards, the usual stuff. But a few years ago, Rosenbaum cooked up a board--as hard as wood and more durable--from bits of tires and other plastic waste. "Now I can make something out of old tires and people get excited," Rosenbaum said. "It starts out as waste and becomes a usable product and definitely saves a lot of trees."
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March 11, 1993 | From Associated Press
Jim Rosenbaum remembers when he couldn't impress anyone with the ideas he had for old tires. He had made planters, birdbaths and volleyball standards, the usual stuff. But a few years ago, Rosenbaum cooked up a board--as hard as wood and more durable--from bits of tires and other plastic waste. "Now I can make something out of old tires and people get excited," Rosenbaum said. "It starts out as waste and becomes a usable product and definitely saves a lot of trees."
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March 8, 1993 | Associated Press
Jim Rosenbaum remembers when he couldn't impress anyone with the ideas he had for old tires. He had made planters, birdbaths and volleyball standards, the usual stuff. But a few years ago, Rosenbaum cooked up a board--as hard and more durable than wood--from bits of tires and other plastic waste. "Now I can make something out of old tires and people get excited," Rosenbaum said. "It starts out as waste and becomes a usable product and definitely saves a lot of trees."
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