Waste tires are called black pollution. The accumulation of a large number of waste tires not only occupies the land but also seriously damages the environment. Because waste tires are not biodegradable, the decomposition time of tires is uncertain. At the same time, waste tires contain elements such as lead, chromium, cadmium and other heavy metals, which can pose a threat to human health and the environment if be handled and managed improperly. Long-term stacking of waste tires in the open air will not only occupy a large amount of land resource, but also easily breeds mosquito-borne disease, seriously deteriorates the natural environment and hides fire hazards. Therefore, how to deal with the surging number of waste tires has become an urgent need to solve the problem of environment and development of supporting industry.