The inner tubes from all types of vehicles, from the smallest inner tubes of the bicycle to that of eighteen-wheel trucks and tractors, are usually abandoned, wasted with no benefit to the world. This becomes a huge burden on Mother Nature as the agricultural and developing countries continue using lots of tires each year. Meet RUBBER KILLER founded by ‘Saroengrong Wong-Savun’, an independent architect and founder of the Re-Leaf Studio. The mission for RUBBER KILLER’s products is to help alleviate this problem using creativity and developing with an Eco-friendly mindset. “This world is united” and we must do our part to make it better. To top it up, creations from waste has never been so cool.
Saroengrong Wong-Savun, an independent architect and founder of the Re-Leaf Studio, began RUBBER KILLER’s journey in 2010. The aim is to develop a range of products with an emphasis on being eco-friendly and sustainable. He combines his design and experience from his previous works under the idea “This world is united”. Wong-Savun has represented RUBBER KILLER as a presenter in numerous commercial campaigns and talks for Honda, KFC, Samsung Galaxy for SME, Krungsri Cat Talk, Thai Tay, and Puey Talk. He continues to work as the director of RUBBER KILLER with an ongoing mission to further explore and innovate using unconventional materials.