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Privately held company
  • Sustainability
  • Tire Recycling
Founded 📆25 December 2015; 6 years ago (2015-12-25) in Gurgaon, Haryana, India
Founder 👔Anubhav Wadhwa
Headquarters 🏙️New Delhi
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Anubhav Wadhwa, CEO & Founder
ServicesEnd-Of-Life Tyre aggregation and disposal
Number of employees
🌐 Websitetyrelessly.com
📇 Address
📞 telephone

Tyrelessly is an environment sustainability company headquartered in New Delhi, India. Tyrelessly provides an environmentally compliant 'End-of-Life' tyre collection and disposal service, providing security, protection and peace of mind for those who feel responsible towards the environment.[1] Tyrelessly is India's first 'Tyres-to-Trees' company which encourages motorists to forgo their used tyres for responsible recycling.[2]

Tyrelessly has an online platform and conscious vehicle owners can follow a few simple steps to have their vehicle's 'End-of-Life' tyres disposed of safely. The company takes care of tyre collection through the online platform and users are notified after the disposal. Tyrelessly collects all kinds of tyres; End-of-Life bicycle tyres to End-of-Life SUV or truck tyres. As of July 2016, Tyrelessly's service is available across the National Capital Region. [3] [4]


Tyrelessly was founded in 2015 by one of India's youngest CEOs, Anubhav Wadhwa.[5] When Wadhwa was coming back from a regular class, he saw a dozen tires piled by the side of a road and that led him to research about the ways to safely dispose of Tyres.[6] Disappointed to see no solutions were in place, Wadhwa started working on Tyrelessly with an objective to create positive impact on the way that people think about their end of life tyres and the damage they may have done in their lifetime.[7]


Tyrelessly's first Tyre pickup

Tyrelessly's efforts to safely dispose of tyres has been extensively covered by newspapers ranging from The Times of India, The Hindu, Dainik Bhaskar, Hindustan Times and Business Standard. Tyrelessly was also one of the six innovations presented by the Marico Innovation Foundation and The Better India in an exclusive video series, India Innovates.[8]


  1. Patra, Pratyush. "Gurgaon's teen CEO saves the world, one tyre at a time". Times of India.
  2. Modi, Ajay. "A teenager who is changing the way tyres are recycled". Business Standard.
  3. Bisaria, Anjali. "16-YO Anubhav Wadhwa Has The Perfect Alternative To Disposing Old Tyres Without Burning Them". Indiatimes.
  4. "Tyrelessly aims to recycle tyres online in India". Tyrepress, UK.
  5. KRISHNAN, MADHUVANTI. "Read about Anubhav Wadhwa, one of India's youngest CEOs". The Hindu.
  6. Garcia, Meryl. "Don't Know What to Do with Your Old Tyres? This 16-Year-Old Has a Brilliant Answer!". The Better India.
  7. Sahni, Isha. "Gurgaon boy designs site to collect old tyres for proper disposal". Hindustan Times.
  8. "India Innovates – A Special Video Series". The Better India.

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