USSA has installed a number of projects between 2019 and 2021 utilizing California recycled tires that received funding through CalRecycle's Tire Incentive Program (TIP). Here is a complete list.
With roots as a product development company, United Sustainable Surfacing of America (USSA Inc) is proud to release Rubberway EVOLUTION - the newest addition to its line of sustainable surfacing products.
The Prop 1 Stormwater Grant Program promotes regional water security, climate, and drought preparedness by contributing to improved storm water resource management.
CalRecycle has issued the Notice of Funding Availability and released the Application for the 2014/15 Tire-Derived Product (TDP) Grant Program.
A Rubberway rooftop recreation area was installed at the United Nations International School (UNIS) campus in New York City.
Funding Announcement - California Department Of Parks And Recreation - Recreational Trails Program
Often we get calls from our clients asking, "What exactly qualifies for the grant funding?". The answer is simple, yet a little confusing when trying to fund a large surfacing project. Only recycled rubber passenger tires qualify for the funding opportunity with Cal Recycle, so that does limit the available options provided by Rubberway.
Promoting Physical Activity, Active Play, and Sport in Urban Settings. - Written by Stephanie Norton on www.caddetails.com “The measure of any great civilization is in its cities, and a measure of a city’s greatness is to be found in the quality of its public spaces, its parks and its squares”’ ~ John Ruskin
A Rubberway Sidewalk installation was recently completed at the Vanguard Learning Center as part of an Urban Greening Project for the Compton Unified School District. The two-layer, 4,300 square foot pathway serves as a walking and jogging trail for the community and meanders around the newly constructed outdoor learning center which includes a community garden, drought tolerant landscaping, shade trees, and a system of bio-swales.
Featured Rubberway Pilot Project to Eliminate Cracked Sidewalks in the City of Corona