Rubberway is a flexible, porous rubber paving system that utilizes recycled tires. As the next generation in sustainable surfacing, Rubberway overcomes numerous challenges experienced with traditional forms of paving systems and is an environmentally friendly alternative to concrete and asphalt. Rubberway not only provides valuable filtration and stormwater management but is also a safe, non-slip, low maintenance surface. Rubberway is a low impact development technology that is eligible for numerous Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits and provides flexibility and customization in design.
Rubberway systems offer practical, distinctive, sustainable solutions that will beautify, protect, and preserve our cities for future generations.
Rubberway Sidewalks are a flexible, pervious rubber sidewalk system which provides a modern, environmentally friendly solution to cracked sidewalks. This patented system is available in a variety of colors and can be customized for different design options.
Rubberway Pervious Pavements are a porous rubber pavement system composed of 100% recycled post-consumer tires. The large recycled crumb rubber granulate used creates a very porous, open grid surface providing stormwater management and allowing for rapid drainage and quick drying.
Rubberway Tree Wells are uniquely designed for tree care as a porous, flexible, rubber tree surround. Rubber tree wells eliminate the need for tree removal and make urban trees viable in more places. They are a great choice for street beautification projects, urban greening projects, and more.
Rubberway's Rubber Trails provide a safe, non-slip, low-impact surface for walkers and joggers that is easy on the joints. These rubber trails provide stormwater management and enhance the walkability of cities and urban areas, encouraging people to get outside and be active.
Rubberway Running Tracks provide an ergonomic, safe, non-slip surface that is easy on the joints for walking, jogging, and overall physical fitness. These rubber running tracks have been installed across the U.S. at federal facilities and schools where a non-professional running track is desired.