Just discovered what I believe to be the biggest volume of superuse applied ever!. Virtually all roadworks (and there are quite many) are surrounded by orange pylons that use cartire sides to make them stand upright. The design is simple but clever. when transported the tube-shaped orange pylons can be stacked together separate from the cut off sides of tires. These sides generally are bound together by a rope or cable to quickly grab the proper weight. whet the pylon is installed the cartire-sides are slit over the pylon and keep it upright. I guess the lifespan of the separate element also will be linger this way compared to a complete prefabricated pylon. There must be more than 50.000 Pylons In Toronto alone. and Since I beleive this is a provincial product probably they’re active all over Ontario.